Found November 08, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Roddy White
TEAMS: Atlanta Falcons
Roddy White thinks the Falcons can go undefeated, but his reasoning behind that belief isn’t so perfect. The Falcons wide receiver is pointing to the team’s “pedigree” as a reason why they can go 16-0, along with the united nature of the team’s locker room. It might not be the wisest thing to tempt the football gods before a big divisional matchup, but that’s exactly what the White has decided to do anyway. Dan Duquette does his best to defend White’s comments in Thursday’s NESN Nation Minute, while also touching on Mike Brown‘s job security and why USC needs to try harder when cheating. Check it out in the above video.
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