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Feeling otherly love for Matt Ryan

PHILADELPHIA - Whereas the rest of the football world will be watching with fresh eyes Saturday when Atlanta squares off against Philadelphia in a divisional playoff game, it's a matchup Brian McCloskey sees every week.

Virtually every fall Sunday in the McCloskey household, it's Falcons versus Eagles.

That's because he was the high school coach of Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan, who grew up in Philadelphia, as well as a devoted Eagles fan. So McCloskey has side-by-side TVs in his home, and each week tunes in to the Falcons on one and Eagles

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