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Saturday morning one-liners

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DT Marcus Stroud aims to show the Bills that he deserves a chance to come back in 2011 during Sunday’s game.

Richie Incognito would like to stay at center, but other injuries may force the Dolphins to move him to guard.

The Patriots recognize how impressive their plus-27 turnover ratio has been this season.

With starting defensive backs dealing with injuries, CB Isiah Trufant figures to get his first NFL playing time on Sunday.

QB Mark Bulger is looking forward to being back in the playoffs before considering his future with the Ravens.

Will Sunday be the end for Bengals coach Marvin Lewis or will it be the start of a turnaround?

If RB Peyton Hillis can’t go on Sunday, the Browns are expected to lean on Joshua Cribbs for offensive help.

Steelers TE Heath Miller has a reputation for putting team needs before individual ones.

Texans defensive coordinator Frank Bush is under no illusions about his future with the team.

The Colts can’t get by with quick offensive drives this season.

Jaguars DT Terrance Knighton doesn’t feel like he was snubbed by Pro Bowl voters.

Whether he’s back with the Titans or not, QB Kerry Collins wants to play in 2011.

The Broncos rookie offensive linemen have showed a lot of progress this season.

Marty Schottenheimer will be inducted into the Chiefs Hall of Fame at halftime on Sunday.

A strong rookie class has been part of the Raiders improvement this season.

RB Darren Sproles could be playing his final game with the Chargers.

The Cowboys added QB Chris Griesen to the active roster.

Giants T Shawn Andrews will get a shot of Toradol in his back to enable him to start on Sunday.

The play of LB Jamar Chaney has made it easier for the Eagles to deal with Stewart Bradley’s injury.

Redskins TE Chris Cooley has started moonlighting as a potter.

Said Bears coach Lovie Smith of RB Chester Taylor, “Yeah, I know Chester would probably like his numbers to be a little higher, but it happens like that sometimes. He’s done everything we’ve asked him to do, and he’s one of the reasons we’re in the position we’re in now.”

A few Lions shared their New Year’s resolutions with the Detroit Free-Press.

Linebacker depth has helped the Packers this season, but they’ll probably need to look for new players in the offseason.

All signs point to Leslie Frazier remaining as the coach of the Vikings.

Falcons DT Jonathan Babineaux missed practice on Friday with a shoulder injury.

The Panthers placed FB Tony Fiammetta on injured reserve and promoted LB Thomas Williams from the practice squad.

DL Jeff Charleston and LB Marvin Mitchell have grown into productive roles on the Saints defense.

Buccaneers DT Frank Okam reflected on a 2010 that saw him go through several ups and downs.

Cardinals coaches like QB John Skelton’s ability to make plays when things break down.

The Rams know they need to snuff out the Seahawks’ kick return game.

Energy is the biggest thing interim coach Jim Tomsula brings to the 49ers.

The Seahawks could start their 10th different offensive line on Sunday.

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2 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. joetoronto says: Jan 1, 2011 11:16 AM

    “What if the 2010 NFL draft was held today, knowing what we know now?

    We enlisted the help of five current and former NFL scouts and had a do-over, and found that the Raiders essentially came away with four 2010 first-round picks and the Chiefs two.”
    ********************************************************
    Last years draft was like a dream come true for the Raiders.

    I couldn’t be happier with the way the kids are playing.

    Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/12/31/SP8B1H24DP.DTL#ixzz19niXlyk7

  2. fumblenuts says: Jan 1, 2011 1:23 PM

    “The Seahawks could start their 10th different offensive line on Sunday.”

    This is just PATHETIC!

    Pete Carroll has A LOT of work do to in the off-season.

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