Matt Ryan to Indianapolis: Five biggest takeaways from Colts-Falcons trade

Matt Ryan just became the latest big-name quarterback to switch teams,

as the Atlanta Falcons agreed to trade the longtime franchise face to the Indianapolis Colts on Monday.

In exchange for Ryan's services, the Colts are sending out third-round picks (82 overall) in this year's draft,

according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, Tom Pelicero and Ian Rapoport.

The latest spin of QB Carousel fills a void in Indy and creates another in Atlanta. Kevin Patra rated Ryan's acquisition of Colts as the five largest acquisitions.

The search is on for Chris Ballard to replace Andrew Luck. The General Manager is shooting to the moon for a third straight season with an experienced signal-caller.

 Two years ago, Indy brought down Philip Rivers on a one-year deal. 

Rivers was good enough to bring Indianapolis back season after season, but at that stage of his career, that was never going to be a long-term solution. Ballard

then made a big trade for Carson Wentz, believing that Frank Reich could bring the former No. 2