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Stephen A. is OK with Matt Ryan being followed by the Falcons’ Super Bowl collapse | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Dan Orlovsky discuss whether it is unfair that the Atlanta Falcons’ Super Bowl LI collapse against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots still follows QB Matt Ryan.

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