Atlanta Falcons: Roddy White is the Week 4 X-factor

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Sep 27, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones (11) celebrates his fourth quarter touchdown with Roddy White (84) against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The Atlanta Falcons are just a day away from a week 4 match up against the Houston Texans that will take place in the Georgia Dome. The Falcons (3-0) will be looking to come back home after two grueling road games and spark the home crowd with some of their 2015 electricity that has been running through their veins.

The Texans (1-2) started off the year with back-to-back losses, but managed a 10-point victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week. The Texans have yet to face an offense as prolific as Atlanta’s and will be looking to slow down wide receiver Julio Jones who was nabbed as the NFC offensive player of the month for September.

With everyone on the Texans’ side of the ball keying in on Jones, another man will likely be open more times than not. That man being the Falcons’ all-time receiving leader Roddy White. White went catch-less for the second time in as many games last week after breaking a streak of at least one catch in a game since 2006.

A lot has been swirling about White’s production over the past two games, but the team isn’t worried. White was quoted saying that he doesn’t care about how many catches he gets. He want’s wins. Will White catch a ball this week against the Texans? Absolutely he will. Here’s why.