It seems every season the Falcons are looked at as legitimate Super Bowl contenders, but always come up short of the big game.
Roddy White says no more.
During an appearance on ESPN's "First Take" Wednesday, the outspoken receiver stated that 2013 will be regarded as "Super Bowl or bust" for the team.
"We're ready to take that next step," White said. "We know how good our football team is and the players we got, so it's either Super Bowl or nothing for us right now. Nothing else. Anything short of that is not a good season for us right now."
White, who's spent nine seasons in Atlanta, admitted that the club was always just "satisfied" with reaching the postseason, and nothing more.
"I think that the first three [playoff appearances under coach Mike Smith] we were getting there and were just having fun being there. And then we turned a curb, and we said we have to stop just getting there and we have ...