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Sunday morning one-liners

Bill Cowher called Chan Gailey the best coach to change the culture around the Bills.

The return of Dolphins RB Ronnie Brown means the return of the Wildcat.

Patriots CB Darius Butler will have his hands full with the Bengals receivers.

Jats LB Jason Taylor said he’ll have no problem playing as much as needed on Monday night.

Ravens CB Lardarius Webb, listed as probable, will be a game-time decision according to coach John Harbaugh.

The Bengals need to show some more pass rush if they hope to keep Tom Brady under wraps on Sunday.

Said Browns G.M. Tom Heckert, “I think the new guys have meshed well with the guys that were here before and I think it’s a good group of guys.”

The Steelers defense or QB Dennis Dixon: What will be crucial to victory on Sunday?

Members of the Texans are promising to finish the deal against the Colts this time around.

Years of experience have made communication easy and non-verbal for Colts QB Peyton Manning and WR Reggie Wayne. 

The Jaguars placed WR Jarrett Dillard on injured reserve and activated WR John Matthews from the practice squad.

Rookie DE Derrick Morgan is expected to be a factor for the TItans immediately.

Building offensive line continuity is going to be an ongoing issue for the Broncos.  

Chiefs rookie RB/WR Dexter McCluster is listed as doubtful because of an unspecified illness.

Raiders C Jared Veldheer is carrying a lot of responsibility in his first NFL game. 

LB Brandon Lang is the latest link in the long chain of Chargers undrafted rookies.

Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware will be facing off against Redskins rookie T Trent Williams on Sunday night.

Giants LB Clint Sintim is trying to adjust to life after his demotion from the starting lineup.

Phil Sheridan of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes that Eagles coach Andy Reid has to prove himself all over again this season.

The only sure thing about the Redskins offense is that it’s new.

RB Matt Forte is hoping offseason conditioning leads to a rebound on the field for the Bears. 

Now that he’s healthy, the Lions expect T Gosder Cherlius to live up to advance billing.

Packers LB Clay Matthews is looking to improve on a strong rookie season.

Giving the ball to RB Adrian Peterson more often could help the Vikings avoid more losses this season.

Falcons C Todd McClure will make his 129th straight start on Sunday.

The Panthers need LB Jon Beason to be a leader on defense.

Eastern Illinois retired the jersey of Saints coach Sean Payton on Saturday.

Said Buccaneers offensive coordinator Greg Olson of QB Josh Freeman, “It’s a challenge we’ve given him to be the face of the franchise.”

The Cardinals hope to keep Rams QB Sam Bradford off-balance in his first NFL start.

Rams LT Roger Saffold draws an experienced veteran, Cardinals LB Joey Porter, in his first NFL game.

49ers LB Patrick Willis is revealing a keen sense of humor to his coaches and teammates.      
The Seahawks had DE Jarius Wynn in for a look last week.
 

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3 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. BigBear123 says: Sep 12, 2010 10:30 AM

    Here is hoping Forte just had a sophomore slump.
    Would like to see Bradford do well, but Cardinals D-line is going to be an issue for the Rams.

  2. hrmlss says: Sep 12, 2010 10:56 AM

    How is Favre’s taint doing? They didn’t show pictures of it on Thursday night.

  3. bbeer says: Sep 12, 2010 11:37 AM

    @hrmlss
    His vagina showed, but no taint.
    Go rams? Eh, it’s hopeless. Season over.

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