FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) - Tony Gonzalez has done so much in his NFL career, more than enough to start working on that speech for Canton.
Hard to believe he might go through it all without ever winning on the biggest stage.
If Gonzalez is to be believed when he says there's a 95 percent chance this will be his final season, well, he's down to his last shot at winning in the playoffs.
When top-seeded Atlanta (13-3) hosts the surging Seattle Seahawks (12-5) on Sunday in an NFC divisional game, all eyes will be on the Hall of Famer-to-be at tight end for the Falcons. Gonzalez is 0-for-5 in his previous playoffs appearances and would like nothing more than to go out with not only a postseason victory, but his first Super Bowl championship.

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