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Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills coach Chan Gailey wants to see more from LB Aaron Maybin.

With his season lost to injury, Dolphins rookie DE Jared Odrick is viewing this as a redshirt year.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick seemed amused that NFL officials went out of their way to praise S Brandon Meriweather after Sunday’s game.

Defensive coordinator Mike Pettine has been more involved with calling the plays for the Jets defense this season.

After the last two weeks, the Ravens should probably prepare for a lot of spread offenses.

Said Bengals WR Terrell Owens, “At some point, we have to have a lot of pride like we did in the second half. Surely we can be the team that everyone expected us to be as we continue in the season.”

The Browns waived RB James Davis and claimed RB Thomas Clayton off of waivers from the Patriots.

The injury to Steelers DE Aaron Smith puts a lot of pressure on Ziggy Hood.

The Texans hope to get RB Derrick Ward more touches as the season moves forward.

The Colts signed P Jeremy Kapinos and S Chip Vaughn, a 2009 fourth-round pick by the Saints.

Said Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio, “I bring courage to do the right thing to my job every day. The passion and desire I have for this football has never been stronger and I continue to work at it. I don’t get too concerned with all the other things. I think too much praise and too much undue criticism, neither one is real good for you, so I try not to pay too much attention to it.”

Titans coach Jeff Fisher went to the alleged scene of the crime before deciding whether or not to let WR Kenny Britt play on Sunday.

Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post writes that the Broncos do not practice what coach Josh McDaniels preaches.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley doesn’t want to hear anybody talking about his team being the best in the AFC West.

Said Raiders CB Chris Johnson, “We have the talent. We’re probably the most talented team in the National Football League.”

It might be time for the Chargers to take some advice that Jerry Seinfeld once gave to George Costanza.

A blowout loss to the Titans hasn’t shaken Andy Reid’s confidence in the ability of his Eagles.

Focusing their defense on takeaways has worked out well for the Redskins. 

Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz believes QB Jay Cutler will rebound from his four interception game.

Lions WR Nate Burleson said that the Lions aren’t giving up hope of a good season.

Depth has disappeared on the defensive line for the Packers.

Vikings QB Tarvaris Jackson insists he’s learned a lot by sitting and watching the last two seasons.

WR Roddy White is writing his name all over the Falcons record book.

Might the upcoming schedule provide a needed jolt to the Panthers running game?

Said Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris to those who disagree with his belief that he coaches the best team in the NFC, “Stats are for losers, so you keep looking at stats and we’ll keep looking at wins.”

The Saints are frustrated with the pace of RB Pierre Thomas’s recovery from an injured ankle.

If QB Max Hall is healthy, he’ll start at quarterback for the Cardinals.

The Rams claimed CB Quincy Butler off of waivers from the Saints and released LB Curtis Johnson.

There are lineup changes coming for the 49ers.   

QB Matt Hasselbeck’s 10 quarters without an interception and the Seahawks’ rise to the top of the NFC West go hand in hand.
 

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5 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. sven_ftw says: Oct 26, 2010 9:34 AM

    if tjack learned a lot in 2 seasons, he really decided to pretend to suck as much as ever through the entire preseason.

  2. Codebeard says: Oct 26, 2010 10:34 AM

    Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz believes QB Jay Cutler will rebound from his four interception game.
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    It would help if you didn’t have him dropping back 40 times in a game compared to 13 rushes when you’re AHEAD most of the game and putting up 4.7 ypc. Martz needs to pull his head out of his ass and stay dedicated to the ground game. Dropping back that often is just going to get Cutler another concussion.

  3. dirty ernie says: Oct 26, 2010 10:43 AM

    The only think TJack knows for sure is if Favre goes down he gets to play. I wonder how much rooting for Favre is going on in his mind?
    His problem, is simple. He can run and pass like Vick. He can hand the ball off like Sanchez. What he can’t do and never could learn is to read defenses and check off plays. He has never been able to handle the mental side of the game and no one can teach him that.
    If it wasn’t for that, Favre would never have been a Viking.

  4. dirty ernie says: Oct 26, 2010 10:48 AM

    Mike Martz says they are not going to even suit up the running backs and that Cutler is going to pass, pass, pass until he gets it right, no matter how many interceptions he has.
    Lovery, when they cut you loose at the end of the season blaim Martz. His majic has been long gone. His passing game worked in doors.

  5. Revolution22 says: Oct 26, 2010 11:41 AM

    Said Raiders CB Chris Johnson, “We have the talent. We’re probably the most talented team in the National Football League.”
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    Ahahaha! You’re payed to play, Chris-not talk. So play….better.

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