Colts' Jeff Saturday, Matt Ryan explain questionable clock management in final minutes of loss to Steelers 

November 29, 2022

By priyanka

What happened Matt Ryan? 

During the 2022 offseason, Ryan was traded from the Falcons to the Colts, getting out from underneath the remaining two years of his five-year, $150 million contract in the process. It was a pretty straightforward deal: The Colts traded a 2022 third-round pick (No. 82 overall) in exchange for Ryan.

Did Matt Ryan get benched? 

Ryan surprised, hopeful after getting benched by Colts.

Is Matt Ryan out for the season? 

Veteran Matt Ryan, who started the Colts' first seven games of the 2022 season, is out with a shoulder sprain. Injury is not the sole reason for the quarterback switch, however. Colts coach Frank Reich said Ehlinger will be the team's QB1 for the remainder of this season.

Why did Matt Ryan get benched for the season? 

Ryan suffered a shoulder injury in the Week 7 loss to the Titans, yet Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich was quoted earlier this week saying Ehlinger would be the starter "for the remainder of the season." Strong statement. Insult to injury for Ryan

Why was Matt Ryan benched for rest of season? 

Per the team, Ryan suffered a Grade 2 shoulder separation in the 19-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. While Ryan is injured, the Colts plan to make Ehlinger the starting quarterback for the rest of the season -- starting this Sunday against the Washington Commanders.

Is Matt Ryan's career over? 

Matt Ryan was traded by the Atlanta Falcons after 14 seasons to the Indianapolis Colts in hopes of reviving his career. However, seven weeks into the 2022-2023 NFL season, it might be over for the quarterback. According to senior NFL reporter Albert Breer, many scouts around the league feel Ryan's arm is done.

Why is Matt Ryan not playing again? 

Colts News: Matt Ryan's contract is the main reason he won't play again for the Colts. The Colts won't play Matt Ryan again this year to avoid injury guarantees in his contract next year.