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Thursday morning one-liners

The Buffalo News previews the Bills’ Week Nine clash with the Bears.
ESPN’s John Clayton breaks down the AFC East, calling the Dolphins a team that’s been “missing big plays all year.”
Asked to describe his relationship with Week Nine opponent Eric Mangini, Patriots coach Bill Belichick answered, “We’re both coaching teams that are gonna play on Sunday.”
The Jets may practice more at New Meadowlands Stadium in an effort to “better master the wind patterns” after being held scoreless and struggling in the passing game in Week Eight.
The Ravens’ defense is struggling to bring down quarterbacks this season.
Bengals QB Carson Palmer has four completions of 40-plus yards, equaling his total from all of last season.
Browns rookie QB Colt McCoy has impressed Patriots coach Bill Belichick with his ability to be “really pretty accurate … and make good decisions.”
Said Steelers TE Heath Miller of his costly Week Eight fumble, “It’s disappointing when you let your teammates down like that.”
Though WR Andre Johnson appeared to aggravate his right ankle injury in the Texans’ Week Eight loss to the Colts, coach Gary Kubiak insists it’s “not any worse coming into this week.”
The Colts are trying to come up with ways to stop Eagles QB Michael Vick in Week Nine.
The Jaguars have signed CB John Destin to their practice squad.
In order to create roster room for WR Randy Moss, the Titans have placed LB Jamie Winborn on injured reserve with a shoulder injury, ending his season.
DenverBroncos.com updates the state of the team during its Week Nine bye.
Chiefs veteran CBs Brandon Flowers and Brandon Carr are preparing rookie S Eric Berry to play in The Black Hole.
The Raiders may finally sell out a game this week.
Ineligible to play until Week Twelve, Chargers WR Vincent Jackson is mimicking Texans WR Andre Johnson on the scout team this week.
Cowboys RB Felix Jones missed Wednesday’s practice with a sprained left ankle, but coach Wade Phillips expects him to return on Thursday.
Giants QB Eli Manning and his wife, Abby, are expecting their first child this spring.
FOXSports.com’s Adam Caplan believes there’s “a strong chance” that Eagles WR DeSean Jackson will return from his concussion in Week Nine.
Trent Green of the NFL Network “would be furious” if he was in Redskins QB Donovan McNabb’s shoes following McNabb’s Week Eight benching.
Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz pledges to run the ball more going forward.
Lions QB Matthew Stafford is coming off a dominant performance in Week Eight.
Packers TE Jermichael Finley attributed his second knee surgery to “the exact same infection that Tom Brady had.”
According to NFL Network’s Steve Wyche, Vikings coach Brad Childress is getting skewered in Minnesota.
Falcons CB Dunta Robinson says he’s “ready to rock” after missing Atlanta’s last game with a concussion and knee injury.
Panthers QB Matt Moore completed just four passes longer than ten yards in Week Eight.
Saints coach Sean Payton discusses his Week Nine opponent, the Carolina Panthers.
Coach Raheem Morris isn’t backing down from his belief that the Bucs are the “best team in the NFC.”
Of Randy Moss, Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald said he would’ve “welcomed him with open arms” to Arizona.
The 49ers are attempting to get healthier during their Week Nine bye.

Seahawks KR Leon Washington discusses his feelings about his former team, the Jets.

Rams G.M. Billy Devaney cited “timing and situation” for his decision to not place a waiver claim on Randy Moss.
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6 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. Black QB White RB says: Nov 4, 2010 8:48 AM

    I’ve heard enough of NFL people and media people talking about how McNabb was mistreated and shouldn’t have been benched.
    While it was true that benching him for Rex G wasn’t going to win the game, NOBODY is talking about his poor decision making and performance.
    Shanahan gives lots of reasons to be criticized, but McNabb is making bad decisions, not thinking, and inaccurate every week. Makes a good play, then kills ya the next drive. Every week.
    All this time later, Rush, they STILL won’t criticize McNabb. You were right.

  2. TimTheEnchanter says: Nov 4, 2010 9:00 AM

    I realize you got this mistake from the article you linked, but the Ravens current sack leader is Haloti Ngata with 4, not Suggs.
    Far be it from The Sun to worry about things like fact-checking.

  3. myeaglescantwin says: Nov 4, 2010 10:11 AM

    jeeeeez Eli is having a baby,,,
    I hope that mongoloid, half asleep, half drooling look on his face isnt hereditary… at least they can take the same small yellow bus to school and work.

  4. badmood says: Nov 4, 2010 10:38 AM

    You know I notice that also how come everyone is afraid to criticize McDud. I personally have never thought he was that good. I don’t care if he is white, green, yellow, or black as a QB he is not in the top 10.

  5. Mike Daly says: Nov 4, 2010 12:18 PM

    The reality is both McNabb and Shanahan are bad. People forgot that Shanahan’s teams quit on him the second halves of virtually all his seasons after Elway retired, and they also forgot that McNabb alienated his Eagles teammates to where they always played harder for his backups (particularly Jeff Garcia) than for him.

  6. Pastabelly says: Nov 4, 2010 12:44 PM

    Considering that Belichick doesn’t even refer to Mangini by name, why would anyone believe that there is a relationship?

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