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Sunday morning one-liners

Colt McCoy, Carlos Dunlap, Geno Atkins AP

The Bills don’t pick up any grade above a “C” on one man’s report card for the season.

Maurice Carthon and Chris Palmer show up on a list of Dolphins offensive coordinator possibilities.

A preseason knee injury kept Torry Holt from being part of this year’s Patriots run.

Ravens K Billy Cundiff once appeared to be destined for the Chiefs, the team he’ll face on Sunday.

DE Carlos Dunlap represents the future of the Bengals defensive line.

Bill Livingston of the Cleveland Plain Dealer is convinced that QB Colt McCoy will bring playoff fever back to the Browns.

The top 10 plays of the Steelers regular season.

The Texans will be happy to hear that Wade Phillips has improved the defense in every place he’s served as defensive coordinator.

The Jaguars are one of several teams willing to have lame ducks on their coaching staff.

Time is moving faster for Titans coach Jeff Fisher in light of this week’s developments.

Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post throws cold water on the idea of Jon Gruden as Broncos coach.

The Chiefs’ rookie class played a big role in getting them to the playoffs.

Saturday night’s Jets win over the Colts revealed some flaws in the way the Raiders offense attacked the Colts in Week 15.

A short highlight film of the 2010 Chargers season.

Giving Kris Brown the kicking job is one way the Cowboys can improve next season.

With the Packers in town for a playoff game, plenty of old Eagles are thinking about “fourth-and-26″

The Giants might not want to watch Sunday’s Packers-Eagles game if they don’t want to think about the disappointing end to their season.

Said Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, Personally, “I think that I know what we need to do to get better. Can you get all of the pieces you think you need? Will everyone – the head coach, the personnel people – agree with what we need? I think we have a pretty good handle on what we need and who we’d like to keep.”

The Bears have done a good job of holding onto their timeouts on offense this season.

Linebacker is one of the biggest positions of need for the Lions.

The Packers are looking for their first playoff win in Philadelphia.

Vikings K Ryan Longwell has been invited to play in the Bob Hope Classic golf tournament.

The Falcons will find out who they play next week at the end of Sunday’s Packers-Eagles game.

Looking at this year’s playoff teams has shown the Panthers why they want to hire an assistant coach to run their team.

Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik isn’t showing any concerns about free agency.

An argument for Cardinals fans rooting for the Ravens in the postseason.

Looking at the defensive needs of the Rams shows them lacking at defensive tackle.

It’s no secret that job one for 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is finding an answer at quarterback.

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3 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. byteme999 says: Jan 9, 2011 10:07 AM

    Lets see..

    Seattle Beats the Saints (check)

    GB Beats Philly

    Seattle goes to Chicago

    GB goes to Atlanta..

    Both the road teams win..

    GB goes to Seattle to play in the NFC Championship game!!!

  2. 30ptbuck says: Jan 9, 2011 10:23 AM

    Vikings K Ryan Longwell has been invited to play in the Bob Hope Classic golf tournament.
    How can this be doesn’t he have football commitments that week? According to all Viking fans at the beginning of the season the Vikings were going to the Superbowl.
    Oh wait that is right they were in last place in the NFC north. Ok Ryan go play golf
    No fear Viking fans the two teams that were in the Superbowl last year are gone.So now all you need is the Packers to lose and your season will be a success.
    I have seen many Viking fans on this site saying things like this or that if they beat the Packers twice their season is complete.
    Yep isn’t it like a Viking fan to see their season as great if others lose. That’s ok we know what the biggest question is in Viking land is …….Duh me wonder what Lombardi Trophy look like in Viking trophy case?

  3. bigbear12 says: Jan 9, 2011 11:19 AM

    The Texans will be happy to hear that Wade Phillips has improved the defense in every place he’s served as defensive coordinator.
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    Hard not to improve when the team was historically bad on defense.

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