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What should the Atlanta Falcons dress up as for Halloween?

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We have some ideas.

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Halloween is almost here, and that means it’s time for us to share our best ideas on what Falcons players should dress up as, because we are very serious journalists.

Matt Ryan - Jack the Ripper

Wearing a costume representing the most notorious serial killer of all time, it’s only appropriate for the man who is currently murdering defensive secondaries every week. - The DW

Vic Beasley - Sonic the Hedgehog

He’s extraordinarily fast, he blows by obstacles that would challenge a slower, more mortal man, and his spin move just serves to slow him down. He also needs rings to live. - Dave Choate

Paul Worrilow - a lunchpail full of grits (God, this is awful)

Find me a grittier player in the NFL than Paul Worrilow that is more prepared to get to work. You can’t. He embodies the toughness of steel-cut grits and is ready to tackle offensive players like it’s just another day at the office. - Matt Chambers

Mohamed Sanu - Casper the Friendly Ghost

The Falcons’ number two receiver spooks defensive backs as he catches everything thrown his way. - Kendall Jackson

Dan Quinn - Stone Cold Steve Austin

This is so incredibly obvious. - Jeanna Thomas

Our readers weighed in on Twitter with their best ideas, too.

There were many, many fun ideas on what Julio Jones should dress up as for Halloween.

There were some excellent ideas for Matt Ryan, too.

Plenty of ideas for other players, too.

And some of our readers let us know which Falcons player they’d like to dress up as this Halloween.

What’s your best Falcons Halloween costume idea?