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Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Tuesday, Nov. 10

Fact: Raheem Morris makes a delicious pasta bake

NFL: Denver Broncos at Atlanta Falcons Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Tuesday, Falcoholics! A month ago, the Falcons were 0-5. Both Dan Quinn and Bike Shorts McGee, known affectionately to his friends as Thomas Dimitroff, were employed by the Falcons. Now the Falcons are 3-6, and with the chatter about a 16 team playoff format growing ever louder, you might be starting to wonder, “Can they do it? Is it possible?” But don’t, because they won’t. And it isn’t, even if that’s not mathematically the case.

Our links are coated in herb butter and pan fried before we finish them in the oven. Yum.

Adnan Ikic brought us this week’s edition of “fantasy stud and dud.” Adnan also took a closer look at how the rest of the NFC South fared last weekend.

The Falcons released Takk McKinley yesterday. If we’re being honest, Takk already had one foot out the door, and the writing was already on the wall. But the fact that the Falcons managed to part ways with him with zero consideration in return is laughable on its face.

Who was the defensive player of the game on Sunday? And who was the offensive player of the game? David Walker tackled both questions.

I brought you this week’s edition of “3 up, 3 down.” And you won’t want to miss The Falcoholic’s recap of Sunday’s victory. Oh, by the way, Matt Ryan and Julio Jones made history during the Falcons’ win over the Broncos.