Ryan believes Atlanta's dynamic offense could score 30 points per game this upcoming season.
"Absolutely," Ryan said Friday, via ESPN. "There's no question. I feel like we have a really good receiving corps. We've got great running backs. We've got a really good offensive line; tight ends across the board. Of course we can.
"If you have the mindset that you can't, you have no chance. And I believe we've got the guys to do it. We've got the system to do it. Absolutely I think we can do it."
We'd hope every quarterback believes his offense can score at will. Even with the addition of Sanu, however, it'll be a big leap to 30 points per game for the Falcons.
The Falcons certainly have the weapons to be one of the most improved offenses in the NFL, assuming Jones and Freeman remain healthy. The key will be Ryan, who has suffered bouts of enigmatic play throughout his career. If Ryan has a career year at 31, the Falcons could nudge close to that 30-point mark.