Tuesday morning one-liners

The Bills expect to have RB C.J. Spiller back this week.

Dolphins coach Tony Sparano wouldn’t reveal why cornerbacks Vontae Davis and Sean Smith were held out of the starting lineup on Sunday.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick had nothing but kind words for the Jets on Monday.

Jets coach Rex Ryan pointed out some similarities between him and Patriots QB Tom Brady on Monday.

Injuries could take a serious toll on the Ravens pass blocking this week.

Said Bengals T Andrew Whitworth about what’s left to play for this year, “I don’t think you play for a coach or position but guys are playing for jobs and the fact that this isn’t a good season. Nobody’s safe. You have to play well and prove your worth and that’s the bottom line.”

Tackling has been a major problem for the Browns defense in recent weeks.

Cutting down on penalties would help the Steelers beat the Ravens on Sunday night.

To no one’s surprise, Texans coach Gary Kubiak was happy with the NFL’s decision regarding WR Andre Johnson.

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star lays the blame for the Colts offense on the shoulders of the 10 guys not named Peyton Manning.

There’s no update about the status of Jaguars T Eugene Monroe.

Kerry Collins could be back in as starting quarterback for the Titans.

Woody Paige of the Denver Post thinks the Broncos should bring John Elway in to run the franchise’s football operations.

Chiefs QB Matt Cassel and WR Dwayne Bowe are moving up the list of prolific passing combinations.

Raiders coach Tom Cable still believes in the team’s running game after a rough outing against the Dolphins.

Said Chargers T Marcus McNeill of another late-season surge, “We know we just gotta keep riding the roller coaster that is the season.”

The Cowboys promoted S Andrew Sendejo, who spent the UFL season with Sacramento, from the practice squad and released DE Jimmy Saddler-McQueen.

The Giants pared down their offense against the Jaguars a great deal as a result of injuries.

Neither coach Andy Reid nor WR DeSean Jackson shared what went down in the Eagles locker room after Sunday’s loss to the Bears.

Redskins coach Mike Shanahan doesn’t know or isn’t sharing who will start at running back this week.

The Bears have taken on a similar personality to that of head coach Lovie Smith in the last few weeks.

Lions QB Matthew Stafford is ready to start doing some light throwing at practice this week.

A delay in the video feed contributed to Packers coach Mike McCarthy’s decision not to challenge a Tony Gonzalez catch.

Vikings DE Ray Edwards and G Steve Hutchinson each got MRIs on Monday.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan shares some thoughts about why he’s so good in crunch time.

CB Chris Gamble’s place in the Panthers defense is up in the air right now.

Sunday’s results were pretty good for the Saints.

A first-half pass interference call against the Buccaneers remained unpopular with the team on Monday.

WR Danario Alexander led the Rams in receiving yards Sunday despite playing only 20 snaps.

The Seahawks weren’t sharing any thoughts about WR Mike Williams’s availability for practice this week.

1 responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners

  1. “Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star lays the blame for the Colts offense on the shoulders of the 10 guys not named Peyton Manning.”

    It is Manning’s fault, but Kravitz has a point in the article. That offensive line is medicore and the running game non-existant. Without a running attck the opposing team drops back floods the passing lanes. You cannot win by constantly throwing the ball, even Brady has a enough a running game to be effective.

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