Everything went perfectly for the Atlanta Falcons as their offense marched their way right down the field against the Green Bay Packers defense for an opening drive touchdown to take a 7-0 lead.
In fact, they made it look down right easy on pretty much every play except for the one that got them six points.
On third and goal, Ryan dropped back and surveyed the field, not finding his first or second read. Then Ryan seemed prepared to scramble for six as he sprinted towards the line of scrimmage.
However, Mohamed Sanu came open just past the goal line and Ryan completed a nifty — if not awkward looking — shovel pass to Sanu for the score.
Ryan finished the drive 6 of 8 for 64 yards and seems poised for a big day if the Packers continue to give him time and space to throw the ball like they did on the first drive.