Falcons' Matt Ryan becomes seventh QB in history to reach 5,000 completions on this play

Hayden Hurst catches a lightning fast pass from Matt Ryan, and makes it into the end zone for an touchdown. (0:19).
It was an ordinary play. It will be remembered as a 5-yard completion by Olamide Zaccheaus, wide receiver.

It'll go down in history as a great NFL game and Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan will be remembered for his legacy. It was the No. It was No. 25 in the game, and No. He has accumulated 5,000 passes in his career. Ryan was the seventh NFL player with 5,000 pass completions in his career. He also became the fifth NFL player to do so with one team.

It went to Zaccheaus who caught a 93 yard touchdown pass from Ryan on December 8, 2019, which was fitting since both of them scored on their first ever plays. Ryan scored a touchdown in his first pass in 2008, Zaccheaus's first catch.

Ryan also reached a major milestone when the two were combined. Ryan moved up to No. 8 in passing yards later on the drive. Ryan moved into No. 8 in all-time passing yards, passing Eli Manning (57.0233) After the drive Ryan had 272 yards and 57,029 career.

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