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Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Tuesday, Nov. 19

Fact: Damontae Kazee has a pet rabbit named “Nibbles”

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This is not what most Falcons fans envisioned in mid-July. If anything, we expected to be 7-3 with solid playoff seeding. But that’s not how the season played out, and unless you low key invented a time machine, it is what it is. That, of course, doesn’t mean there’s nothing to look forward to. In fact, if we keep dominating divisional opponents like this, we’ll be able to stockpile smack talk for years to come.

Public service announcement: links should be refrigerated, if not eaten. You’ve been warned.

Falcons Twitter was hyped Sunday afternoon. Just check out our tweet recap if you think I’m fibbin’. That was a fun game to watch and the Falcoholic himself penned an excellent write up summarizing the good and the ugly. If the Falcons keep it up, Dan Quinn may actually keep his job.

The showing on defense yesterday was something to see. Interceptions, sacks, the mean-spirited demolition of some guy they used to call Kyle Allen. NFL defenses don’t usually pull off mid-season turnarounds like this, but we’ll take it. Speaking of quality defense, who was the defensive player of the game?

On the fantasy football front, the Falcons defense nabbed you a lot of points if you were carrying them for some reason. And on offense, while one player sorely disappointed, others seized the moment.

The Saints beat up on the Buccaneers on Sunday, leaving both the Bucs and the Falcons at 3-7. Given their 2-0 record against divisional opponents, the Falcons are officially not in last place in the NFC South anymore. Rejoice, Falcoholics! Rejoice!