eed for Wednesday Stitched Brian Poole Jersey , Oct. 3 Good morning, Falcons faithful. You’ve made it to Wednesday.Congratulations. It’s felt like a year in two days’ time, courtesy of the Atlanta Falcons squandering yet another high-scoring performance at home. We’re all aging at a rapid pace as a result of this season, so before you browse the online life insurance policies give a look to today’s edition of Falcoholinks. With Grady Jarrett’s ankle ailing, Atlanta signs wrong Michael Bennett /Inserts DJ Khaled “And Another One” gif. Grady Jarrett injured his ankle against the Bengals, and apparently it’s concerning enough that the team signed a guy named Michael Bennett for depth at defensive tackle. This is an ominous sign for Grady’s availability going forward, and yet more confirmation that the Falcons unearthed some ageless curse like a Pazuzu figurine in the desert. Forget ice baths and ankle wraps — this team needs an exorcist. Let’s check out the word on the new signing:That doesn’t exactly inspire confidence, but it’s where we’re at. The Falcons also kicked the tires on both Robert Ayers and Kony Ealy, but decided only to bring in Michael Bennett. The Jacksonville one, not the Philadelphia one.DQ missed the boat The injuries opened the door for Dan Quinn to bring in some veteran help to stop the bleeding Youth Brian Poole Jersey , but according to our Matt Chambers he erred by not bringing in a defensive starter. It’s an ongoing debate here at The Falcoholic, and now with Grady Jarrett potentially missing multiple games, it goes without saying that the Falcons would be in a slightly better position had they secured the services of a proven starter. The primary options are no longer unavailable for a variety of reasons — one including starting for a division rival — and a hapless defense is about to be without its best presence up front. What a depressing season.The Falcoholic Postgame PodcastCory taped this one before we all learned the extent of Grady Jarrett’s injury, so it’s less sad than it could have been. Still sad, though. It’s difficult to not be discouraged with the way this season has gone, but such is the destiny of Falcons fans. Joined once again by Allen Strk, the two examined the loss and its implications. They also discussed rookie wideout Calvin Ridley at length, which is appreciated because he’s been one of the few bright spots so far in 2018. Engage your audio despair, here.Power rankings nosedive More good news! The Falcons still hung around in the top half of many of the NFL power rankings up until Sunday, but after the Cincinnati debacle they’ve rightfully collapsed. Glancing at power rankings is a somewhat like taking a belt sander to an open wound Stitched Grady Jarrett Jersey , but we’re gluttons for punishment here at The Falcoholic so that’s what we’re inclined to do. Join us. The 2019 NFL Draft is right around the corner."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Library FalcFans Podcast on The FalcoholicContact The FalcoholicFalcons StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Falcons NewsYahoo Falcons Team PageYahoo Falcons ReportYahoo Falcons Depth ChartYahoo Falcons TransactionsYahoo Falcons PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Monday, Apr. 1The 2019 NFL Draft is right around the corner. EDTShareTweetShareShareFalcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Monday, Apr. 1Dale Zanine-USA TODAY SportsAnother early Monday morning, another edition of Falcoholinks. Re-heat that neglected cup of coffee and get caught up with the Falcons news you may have missed.Draft Predictions The Falcoholic staff found its way out from under a mountain of mock drafts to take a shot what the team will do with its first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. There’s some obvious variance, but we all agree: trenches, trenches, trenches. With the draft quickly approaching, SB Nation took a look back to last year and conducted a full first round re-draft. With his 2018 performance, Calvin Ridley was off the board for Atlanta — but they landed Marcus Davenport (without trading two first round picks). ZBS to Continue When the Falcons added both Jamon Brown and James Carpenter to the offensive line, there was some speculation that the team could be shifting away from the zone blocking scheme. As bigger guards Youth Grady Jarrett Jersey , many wondered how they would fit in a scheme that requires quickness and agility. Kevin Knight is out with a deep explainer on how the line is changing, but the underlying scheme will remain the same. Reflecting on Tevin’s TimeTevin Coleman recently signed a two-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers, reuniting with former offensive coordinator and current head coach Kyle Shanahan. Tevin added a new dynamic to the Falcons’ backfield, and injected some much-needed breakaway speed. It was tough watching him leave, so we took some time to reflect on his four years in Atlanta. The Draft and Vic BeasleyVic Beasley’s fifth-year option vested when the new league year started, so he is officially in the team’s plans for 2019. The draft, however, will tell us a lot about how much he will factor into game day. An early selection of a defensive end could mean that Beasley’s snaps will be reduced — and the inverse is true, as well.