When Falcons head coach Mike Smith is delivering his most boilerplate coachspeak, he likes to say the team keeps its goals internally.
If thats the case this offseason, then his players are not doing a very good job of keeping that information confidential.
In truth, after the Falcons advanced to the NFC championship last January, losing on a fourth-down play in the final minute that could have sent them to the Super Bowl if it had gone the other way, it's fairly obvious what the Falcons goals are for the 2013 season.
Falcons wide receiver Roddy White can be prone to saying some outrageous things via his Twitter account or through any other medium. But when he appeared on ESPN's First Take on Wednesday, he was just pointing out the obvious.
"Were ready to make that next step," he said of the loss to San Francisco in the title game. "We know how good our football team is. Its either Super Bowl or nothing for our team."
When pressed by one of the show's hosts, White repeated the host'...