Atlanta Falcons: Roddy White Eyes Franchise Records in a Career Year

December 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Atlanta Falcons' wide receiver Roddy White became the third player in franchise history to catch 100 passes in a season with his seven catches against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 15.
As the Falcons roll into a Monday night showdown with the New Orleans Saints, White is eying a couple of Falcons all-time records.
White is just six catches and 99 yards away from the Falcons' single-season records, a feat he could accomplish Monday. Terrence Mathis holds the single-season record for receptions with 111.
His 106 catches are a career-high and 2010 marks the fourth consecutive 1,000-yard season for the six-year pro. He is three touchdowns away from his career-high of 11 from 2009 and 98 yards away from his career-high 1,382 yards, the current Falcons single-season record.
White may be in the news this week for Twitter wars and off-the-field banter, but on the field, he’s heard loud and clear as one of the top receiving threats in the league, leading the league in r...

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