Roddy White: 'Atlanta Falcons were lazy against Seattle Seahawks'

Falcons WR Roddy White with the ball against Tampa Bay on November 25, 2012
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Roddy White says that the Atlanta Falcons cannot afford to be complacent in the second half of their playoff matches, having lost a 20-point lead last weekend.

Roddy White has said that the Atlanta Falcons were "lazy" in the second half of their game against the Seattle Seahawks last weekend.

The Falcons needed a field goal in the final seconds of the game to seal a two-point win, having led 20-0 at half time.

The Falcons wide receiver told Yahoo! Sports: "I felt like in the first half we did a heck of a job, just coming out with attitude and executing at a high level.

"We got a little lazy in the second half. We kind of got too complacent, too relaxed. You can't do that in the playoffs. Every series matters. You can't have lulls, man.

"We've got to play a complete game. If we don't mind our P's and Q's, the whole team, we'll be in trouble."

The Falcons face the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game on Sunday for a place in the Super Bowl.

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