"I don't like nothing about the Saints," White told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "The colors. The city. Nothing.
"But they've got some good food, though. Other than the food, nothing."
The Saints didn't need any extra motivation considering their precarious situation. They sit with a 3-5 record and have to start winning if they plan to make a playoff push these final eight games. Oh, and the Falcons just happen to be the last undefeated team in the NFL.
"This would make their whole month of November if they can mess up our record," White said. "We know that. You don't have to get people up for this game in the locker room. We all know what this game is about. We all know that we have to go out there and get after it."
Don't think the Falcons have forgotten the last meeting. The Saints rolled to a 45-16 win during Week 16 last season, and Drew Brees stayed in the game in the fourth quarter to break Dan Marino's single-season passing yards record. The Saints have beat the Falcons in the last three meetings, six of the last seven and 10 of the last 12.
"They have won the division two out of the last three years," White said. "We won it the other year. For the last couple years, it's been us and them down to the wire. I think that's what it is and the dislike for each other."
The Falcons' offense have kicked it up a notch in 2012 and quarterback Matt Ryan is an MVP candidate. The Saints are one of the reasons the Falcons organization upgraded to the offense. (Huge fantasy game here, by the way.)
In a game that doesn't need any extra juice, White just gave us some.
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