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Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Friday, Nov. 29

Fact: Calvin Ridley can’t grow mustache hair

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The Falcons suffered a horrible loss last night and you probably don’t want to talk about it. But don’t worry, dealing with our feelings isn’t our strong suit either. Take solace in this: it’s not your fault. There’s simply not much you can do when your favorite team decides to put an embarrassing product on the field.

Links, they’re what’s for dinner.

Here’s our staff picks for this week’s games. And for what it’s worth, we all have a winning records.

We talked a bit about Younghoe Koo, who until yesterday’s game, had made a strong case to be the frontrunner at kicker headed into the 2020 season.

It’s hard to follow this team and not talk about what a disappoint they are at all times, but yesterday we asked you to tell us why you are thankful for the 2019 Falcons. You also told us which Thanksgiving dish best represents the Falcons.

Start here, Falcoholinks, if you’re looking for a play by play of yesterday’s loss. We had at least one burning question headed into the game. We have more questions now. In short, it was ugly, but this takes you through the entire in thing in all its gory detail.

As for the health of the team, there were injuries to Ricardo Allen and James Carpenter.