Happy Halloween, Falcoholics! The spookiest day of the year is upon us — an evening of trick-or-treating and perhaps watching Thursday Night Football.
Considering the creepy way the season has gone so far, I asked the fine folks on Twitter what costumes Atlanta Falcons players should wear on All Hallows’ Eve.
Matt Ryan as ‘Bubble Boy’
Matt Ryan as Bubble boy. He’s gonna need the added protection behind this line. https://t.co/TAwHZYwosH— Scott Carasik (@CarasikS) October 31, 2019
Falcons’ quarterback Matt Ryan has been sacked 19 times this season, and is on pace to be sacked around 40 times. He’s already had to miss a game with a high ankle sprain, which he hasn’t done since 2009. Bubble Boy seems fitting, as he is going to need some extra protection with eight more games to go.
Vic Beasley as a ‘Magician’
Vic Beasley should dress as Houdini... since he always has a habit of disappearing— kg (@DirtySox73) October 31, 2019
Vic Beasley is going as a magician this year. Not because he’s good at tricks, but because he’s an expert on disappearing. After having 15.5 sacks in 2016, Beasley has had 11.5 total in the three years since. On second thought, maybe he is good at tricks ... such as tricking the Falcons into paying him over $12 million in 2019.
Dan Quinn as ‘2019 Falcons’ Record’
their record. it’s pretty scary.— Boo (@Koby_stone123) October 31, 2019
Dan Quinn is going as the Falcons’ record in 2019, which is fitting because of how frightening it is. 2019 has been easily one of the worst starts in recent Falcons’ history, and far worse than anyone could’ve predicted.
Winners.— тнє αη∂у ρєяяу (@andyperry) October 31, 2019
Halloween is about becoming someone you aren't.
October 31, 2019
They should all dress up as Gardner Minshew.— SpiceOfLife (@spiceplaysgames) October 31, 2019
They should all dress as Dan Quinn so Arthur Blank won’t know who to fire— Jason Carreira (@jasoncarreira) October 31, 2019
Playoff contenders. pic.twitter.com/mWhUwy6Zph— Dr. Z.J.F. Magnifico is my year-round spooky name (@Dr_Magnifico) October 31, 2019
They're not just clowns, they're the entire circus— Roxas (@jimmybluedavide) October 31, 2019
We joke here, but on a serious note, all of us at The Falcoholic hope that you and your families have a safe and happy Halloween!