The Bills offensive line struggled for much of the game against the Panthers, but they gave QB Ryan Fitzpatrick enough time to find WR Lee Evans on a key 50-yard pass play.
The loss of Will Allen means that the Dolphins will have Vontae Davis and Sean Smith as their starting cornerbacks.
Rookie Patriots S Pat Chung had his best game of the season in London on Sunday.
Jets LB Calvin Pace called the Dolphins’ Wildcat offense “nonsense” after the teams’ first meeting but admitted that the defense needs to stop it to win on Sunday.
Every player on the Ravens participated in Monday’s practice in one way or another.
Said Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander of his unit, “To be honest with you, they’re beyond my expectations right now and
unfortunately it’s made me greedy because now I’m shooting for the moon
and they can be even better.”
Browns coach Eric Mangini said he would have liked to have seen more of the Wildcat on Sunday.
Two fumbles in two games hasn’t put RB Rashard Mendenhall at risk of losing carries, according to Steelers coach Mike Tomlin.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak said the change in 49ers quarterbacks was no excuse for the defense’s struggles in the second half.
CB Jerraud Powers credits staying loose for the success of the Colts defense.
Jaguars DT John Henderson has been mentoring the younger defensive linemen at weekly Thursday night meetings.
Although RB Javon Ringer gained 47 yards on seven carries against the Patriots, the Titans don’t expect to see him playing a major role on the offense.
Broncos LB/FB Spencer Larsen returned to practice Monday for the first time since injuring his shoulder in a locker room fall.
Jason Whitlock of the Kansas City Star writes that the controversy over RB Larry Johnson is good for deflecting attention away from Chiefs coach Todd Haley and G.M. Scott Pioli.
Said Raiders DE Richard Seymour of Sunday’s game, “I don’t think we could’ve beat an Oakland high school team.”
The Chargers seem to have hit on the right combination of players to replace injured DT Jamal Williams.
Said Cowboys owner Jerry Jones of LB DeMarcus Ware, “He’s a cornerstone player of this franchise,” Jones said, “and will be for a long time to come.”
Rookie Giants T Will Beatty got mixed reviews for his work as a replacement for the injured Kareem McKenzie.
Although Nathan Vasher played some safety on Sunday, the Bears plan to keep him at cornerback.
The Lions have an easier stretch of schedule coming up, but LB Larry Foote says they can’t take wins for granted. [Editor’s note: With one win since December 2007, we doubt that they will.]
The Packers will start the practice week with the same offensive line that played on Sunday.
Vikings coach Brad Childress called the NFL to complain about Sunday’s tripping call on TE Jeff Dugan.
Falcons coach Mike Smith blames himself for Sunday’s loss.
The Panthers continue to make too many mistakes on special teams.
The Saints’ Sunday comeback from 21 points down matched the biggest in team history, but several former members of the team said it was the most impressive.
John Romano of the St. Petersburg Times writes that Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris and G.M. Mark Dominik are putting their futures on the line if they go with QB Josh Freeman.
The Cardinals’ confidence in their defense has been growing in recent weeks.
LS Nathan Hodel worked out for the Rams on Monday.
Mark Purdy of the San Jose Mercury News thinks the 49ers have more to worry about than who starts at quarterback.
Seahawks coach Jim Mora said T Walter Jones’s status is “still iffy.”