Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan and his wife Sarah welcomed twin boys in April of 2018, and the former NFL MVP is already working on his kids’ football skills.
Ryan shared a coaching video starring his sons Marshall and Johnny, but the “#IceCubes” seemed more interested in doing their own thing.
Ryan’s also introduced his kids to basketball.
Maybe coaching isn’t in Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan’s future after all. Matty Ice tried to teach his sons Marshall and Johnny, dubbed the “Ice Cubes,” how to block for him and run post routes, but the three-year-olds unsurprisingly weren’t listening to dad and started freelancing.
— Matt Ryan (@M_Ryan02) July 9, 2019
To be fair, Ryan couldn’t use his preferred way to get his offense set up, as we heard on Monday Night Football.
— Josh Elliott (@joshrelliott) July 9, 2019
Ryan had to keep things a bit more G-rated this time.
Even when they’re running around aimlessly, the Ryan boys should at least get practice squad consideration after watching the team’s patchwork offensive line fail miserably last year.
You don’t think that either of them could do better than Ty Sambrillo or James Carpenter?
#Falcons O-line (2018 ranks):
LT Matthews: 10th of 84
LG Carpenter: 57th of 86
C Mack: 3rd of 39
RG Brown: 68th of 86
RT Sambrailo: 45th of 84
— PFF ATL Falcons (@PFF_Falcons) April 8, 2019
The Falcons may have enough offensive weapons for next year between Devonta Freeman, Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley, but it’s never too early to start scouting. Keep an eye on these kids when the 2037 draft rolls around.