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Tuesday morning one-liners

Mike Tomlin

The Bills are enjoying their run of four wins in the last six games.

Greg Stoda of the Palm Beach Post wants Bill Parcells to take some of the blame for the Dolphins this season.

DL Vince Wilfork got singled out for praise by Patriots coach Bill Belichick.

Jets T D’Brickashaw Ferguson said getting called out by coach Rex Ryan helped him and his fellow offensive linemen on Sunday.

The Ravens remain upset about the lack of a flag for a hit on QB Joe Flacco during their win over the Saints.

One bright side of this Bengals season has been the performance of their draft class.

The Browns rushing game has been missing in action the last two weeks.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is keeping the age of his players in mind while preparing for Thursday night’s game.

Texans RB Arian Foster had to be relieved because of injury on Sunday, but he’s expected to play this weekend.

The Colts could be in the market for help at safety.

Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew asked to be blamed for Sunday’s loss to the Colts.

Titans TE Bo Scaife’s status is still up in the air.

The Broncos might get S Brian Dawkins back this week after missing three games with a knee injury.

DE Wallace Gilberry is playing an important role in the Chiefs pass rush.

Glenn Pakulak and Swayze Waters are potential replacements for injured Raiders P Shane Lechler.

Rarely have two-man backfields been as precisely split down the middle as the one employed by the Chargers.

P Mat McBriar has had a solid season for the Cowboys.

QB Eli Manning made a rare speech in front of his Giants teammates on Monday.

Eagles WR Jason Avant picked up a concussion when he laid out Giants LS Zak DeOssie with a block during DeSean Jackson’s game-winning punt return.

With DL Phillip Daniels heading to injured reserve, the Redskins are expected to promote LB Rob Jackson from the practice squad.

It was almost a full year between 100-yard rushing games for the Lions when Maurice Morris did the trick on Sunday.

Problems with penalties, special teams and short yardage have plagued the Packers all season.

WR Roddy White is six catches away from setting a new Falcons single-season record.

RB Jonathan Stewart has revived the Panthers rushing game over the last two weeks.

Saints KR Courtney Roby has been cleared to return to action after suffering a concussion on December 12th.

The Buccaneers signed TE Nathan Overbay from the practice squad and waived C Donovan Raiola.

Derek Anderson hasn’t been medically cleared to return to action, which means John Skelton will likely remain the starting quarterback for the Cardinals.

The Rams could have TE Michael Hoomanawanui back from injury for this weekend’s game.

Who is going to start at quarterback for the 49ers this week?

The pros and cons of the Seahawks sticking with QB Matt Hasselbeck.

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4 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. blackqbwhiterb says: Dec 21, 2010 9:43 AM

    It’s funny, I don’t see any media talking about how Rex Grossman performed in place of the Almighty Disrespected One………..30 points, more than Donovan has in 13 games this year. Four TD passes, McNabb ain’t done that all year. 2 picks, ok, McNabb’s done that in a couple games this year, and in only 13 games he’s topped his season-high Int number for any full season he ever had. Grossman lost a fumble, what? McNabb hasn’t done that all year? Come on, Man!!!!!!!!!!

    I know Rex isn’t the future, but the Redskins took a big step forward simply by acknowledging that McNabb isn’t either, a fact that was obvious to most of us, but not Mike Shanahan, since April…….HAIL
    Really I’m making a statement about media bias more than Shanahan’s idiotic handling of personnel though.

  2. blackqbwhiterb says: Dec 21, 2010 9:44 AM

    Someone else on this site said he was nothing more than Drew Bledsoe…….I think in their prime, I’d take Bledsoe over McNabb any day….

  3. joetoronto says: Dec 21, 2010 11:59 AM

    blackqbwhiterb: It was one game, one.

    We’ve all seen Rex play many games before this one, and they weren’t pretty.

  4. jjackwagon says: Dec 22, 2010 2:48 PM

    Rex who?? Joe is right not only were his games not pretty, they were down right Fugly.

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