Matt Ryan's wife is more than just his partner, she's a fan. In the days leading up to the Atlanta Falcon's win against the Green Bay Packers, Sarah Ryan, formerly Sarah Marshall, shared a number of articles about her quarterback husband on Twitter.

In addition to a post claiming 2017 is "The Year of Matt Ryan," Sarah posted a link to another article which explained how her husband had been outplaying Rodgers in recent games. In the article, which was shared on ESPN's official website, the statistics of Ryan and Rodgers, including their overall quarterback ratings and completion percentages, were compared.

As the outlet explained, Ryan had a better overall rating. In fact, he has been ranked at No. 1 in the entire NFL since Week 12, which is quite impressive. Not surprisingly, his talent has also landed his team in the No. 1 spot in the NFC and in a couple of weeks, the Falcons will be taking on the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.

Sarah Ryan is quite active on Instagram

As her husband remains focused on football, Sarah continues to share photos of their friends and family. Although Matt and Sarah Ryan don't have any children of their own quite yet, the quarterback appears to have at least one niece and one nephew, and recently, Sarah shared a photo of the two of them in their Falcons jerseys on her page.

Who is Sarah Ryan?

On January 22, Heavy shared details about the Maine-born wife of the Atlanta Falcons star, revealing that she was involved in several sports growing up, including track, basketball, and soccer. According to the report, Sarah served as a point guard during her time at Boston College years ago and was second in Eagles’ history for assists after three seasons.

After meeting at Boston College, Sarah and Matt Ryan tied the knot in 2011. Two years later, Sarah started working as the Sponsorship Sales Consultant for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream. “Sarah has played women’s basketball at an elite level. She has a true passion for the game and knowledge of everything that goes into it,” Ashley Preisinger, the then-CEO of the Dream, said in a statement to the WNBA's website at the time.