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Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills coach Dick Jauron denied that WR Roscoe Parrish was inactive because the team lacks confidence in his abilities.

Dolphins LB Matt Roth will resume practicing with the team on Wednesday.

Said Deion Sanders of Patriots LB Adalius Thomas’s benching on Sunday, “He’s upset.  He’s going to work it out with his coach.  He will be back.”

Jets coach Rex Ryan hinted at paring down the team’s offensive playbook in light of QB Mark Sanchez’s struggles.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he’s “not optimistic at all” about CB Samari Rolle playing this season.

OT Andre Smith is expected to take part in Bengals practice this week.

How much will the Browns offense use Joshua Cribbs at quarterback going forward?

Steelers DE Travis Kirschke handled his increased role well on Sunday.

Although his production on the ground is down, Texans RB Steve Slaton is tenth in the NFL in yards from scrimmage thanks to his work in the passing game.

Colts G.M. Bill Polian said there’s no deadline trade in the works.

Although the Jaguars take the same 3-3 record into the bye week that they did last season, coach Jack Del Rio feels better because this is a younger team.

Said Titans coach Jeff Fisher, “I’m not in any kind of survival mode or fearful of my job or concerned about job security whatsoever.”

Chiefs S Jon McGraw said that the Chiefs response to their first win was more muted than he expected.

The Raiders defense blitzed more than usual in their victory against the Eagles.

The Cowboys had their full trio of running backs — Marion Barber, Tashard Choice and Felix Jones — back at practice on Monday. 

Said Giants LB Chase Blackburn of the team’s loss to the Saints, “It was a shock that we could let something happen like that and then the fact they exploited pretty much every mistake we made.”

There was more than enough blame to go around for the six sacks the Eagles allowed on Sunday.

John Feinstein of the Washington Post writes that Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has turned a proud franchise into a punchline.

Bears coach Lovie Smith wouldn’t rule out a change in personnel on the offensive line.

LB Julian Peterson’s play was a bright spot for the Lions in their shutout loss to the Packers.

The Packers are on pace for franchise records in total penalties and penalty yardage.

Vikings coach Brad Childress said he isn’t more concerned about WR Percy Harvin’s shoulder than he was last week.

The Falcons had more offensive success when they went with a no-huddle approach on Sunday night.

Said Panthers coach John Fox of DE Julius Peppers, “I think he’s played as well the last two games as I’ve seen him play — that I can remember.”

Saints QB Drew Brees and coach Sean Payton each lavished praise on the team’s offensive line.

The Buccaneers have been outscored 47-7 in the third quarter this season.

Before Sunday, the last time the Cardinals held a team to three or fewer points in a road game was in 1974.

Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo outlined the decision-making process that caused him to go for a game-tying field goal rather than a touchdown.

The 49ers signed LB Matt Wilhelm and put LB Jeff Ulbrich on injured reserve as a result of a concussion.

How surprising was the Seahawks’ 27-3 loss to the Cardinals on Sunday?
             

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5 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. NoKoolaidCowboy says: Oct 20, 2009 12:31 PM

    Glad to see Dallas’ 3 RBs are back. Now let’s see if Coach Wade and OC Garrett utilize them properly.
    “Man cannot live by the run alone.”
    - Me
    Gotta balance that run/pass attack.

  2. Surfdog says: Oct 20, 2009 12:35 PM

    Childress is too busy keeping his lips attached to Favre’s behind to notice what’s happening with any of his other players.
    So who do you think the Vikings coach will be next year when their QB tanks late in the season again and their one-year experiment goes down the toliet?

  3. VoxVerítas says: Oct 20, 2009 3:51 PM

    Wake me when the Cowboys actually make the playoffs.
    Zzzzzzzzzzz

  4. 34_Fan_4_Life says: Oct 20, 2009 8:01 PM

    “Bears coach Lovie Smith wouldn’t rule out a change in personnel on the offensive line.”
    How about a change in offensive coaching ???
    Ron Turner BLOWS !!!!

  5. Ocelot138 says: Oct 21, 2009 5:30 AM

    VoxVerítas says:
    October 20, 2009 3:51 PM
    Wake me when the Cowboys actually make the playoffs.
    Zzzzzzzzzzz
    —————
    That’s gonna be a Rumpelstiltskin-style nap there, buddy!
    See you in 5, 6 years!

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