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Matt Ryan isn't the only Falcon coming up on franchise records in 2013. Four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Roddy White also is approaching a significant franchise milestone in the coming season.

White needs just six touchdown catches to surpass Terance Mathis' Falcons franchise mark of 57 touchdown receptions. White currently sits at 52 and after averaging eight touchdowns per season for the last five years, it's a number he's capable of achieving this year.

Last season, White snapped two of Mathis' franchise records, setting the new Falcons records for receiving yards in a career with 8,725 and receptions in a career with 622.

White also holds franchise records in most receiving yards in a season (1,389), most receiving yards in a game (210), most receptions in a single season (115), most 100-yard receiving games in a career (35), most 100-yard receiving games in a season (7) and most consecutive 1,000-yard seasons (6).

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Matt Ryan isn't the only Falcon coming up on franchise records in 2013. Four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Roddy White also is approaching a significant franchise milestone in the coming season.

White needs just six touchdown catches to surpass Terance Mathis' Falcons franchise mark of 57 touchdown receptions. White currently sits at 52 and after averaging eight touchdowns per season for the last five years, it's a number he's capable of achieving this year.

Last season, White snapped two of Mathis' franchise records, setting the new Falcons records for receiving yards in a career with 8,725 and receptions in a career with 622.

White also holds franchise records in most receiving yards in a season (1,389), most receiving yards in a game (210), most receptions in a single season (115), most 100-yard receiving games in a career (35), most 100-yard receiving games in a season (7) and most consecutive 1,000-yard seasons (6).

he will get it this year.

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These are the reason i just dont get how people dont seem to get just how good this team is.

Basically every major team record is or will be broken by players from the TD/Smith era. Almost EVERY record. Passing, recieving, rushing, sacks, points, wins, etc. Crazy.

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These are the reason i just dont get how people dont seem to get just how good this team is.

Basically every major team record is or will be broken by players from the TD/Smith era. Almost EVERY record. Passing, recieving, rushing, sacks, points, wins, etc. Crazy.

Lol, or conversely that we have been so bad in the past.

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These are the reason i just dont get how people dont seem to get just how good this team is.

Basically every major team record is or will be broken by players from the TD/Smith era. Almost EVERY record. Passing, recieving, rushing, sacks, points, wins, etc. Crazy.

Ain't nobody gonna break Tuggle's mark of 180+ tackles for five straight seasons. Probably not ever. Or the unofficial 300 tackles Nobis had one year before they kept league stats.

But you're right. This regime will sweep the franchise record books for the most part. They'll also get our first Lombardi if things keep progressing.

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