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Friday morning one-liners

Indianapolis Colts Clark stretches for a first down as Tampa Bay Buccaneers Barber tackles him during their NFL football game. Reuters

A review of last week’s game tape left Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com impressed with the work done by Bills G Andy Levitre.

Dolphins RB Daniel Thomas feels ready to get back on the field Monday night.

Patriots WR Wes Welker has nothing but love for Cowboys coach Jason Garrett.

Said Jets QB Mark Sanchez, “Everybody wants an answer. Everybody wants one thing that you can fix. One thing we could fix from last week is getting better on third down.”

Ravens T Bryant McKinnie feels like he’s back to his old self.

RB Bernard Scott would like to see more action in the Bengals backfield.

The Browns are holding out hope that CB Joe Haden and C Alex Mack can play this weekend.

The Steelers don’t want to overload RB Rashard Mendenhall in his return to the lineup.

WR Jacoby Jones got a vote of support from Texans coach Gary Kubiak.

Colts TE Dallas Clark offered no excuses for his six dropped passes this season.

Jaguars defensive coordinator Mel Tucker brushed off the quad injury he suffered returning punts as having no effect on his job.

The Titans will return from the bye week with a shot at first place in the AFC South.

Timing on offense is a big concern for Broncos coach John Fox.

Rookie LB Justin Houston is helping the Chiefs pass rush.

With his old team visiting this Sunday, LB Kamerion Wimbley talked about how happy he is with the trade that sent him to the Raiders from the Browns.

Injuries can’t be an excuse for the Chargers, according to G.M. A.J. Smith.

The Cowboys have nothing in the works as the trade deadline approaches.

Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell feels no special sentiment about facing a Bills team he once coached.

With King Dunlap missing Thursday’s practice, the Eagles had Winston Justice at right tackle and Todd Herremans at left tackle.

It’s still unclear if Redskins CB Phillip Buchanon will make his season debut this weekend.

Bears S Chris Harris isn’t thinking about a contract extension anymore.

The Lions like the progress that they’ve seen from WR Titus Young.

Packers K Mason Crosby has stepped up his game this season.

The experience of facing the best receiver on the opposition is paying off for Vikings CB Chris Cook.

The Falcons might want to consider using the no-huddle offense more liberally in the weeks to come.

Panthers WR Steve Smith isn’t interested in receiving the apology that Saints S Roman Harper isn’t offering.

Both CB Patrick Robinson and the Saints can see the improvement in his game.

RB Allen Bradford was waived by the Buccaneers to make room for S Tanard Jackson.

Cardinals G Daryn Colledge sees better days ahead for the team.

Rams G Jacob Bell returned to practice Thursday and has a chance to start this weekend.

The 49ers wide receivers get high marks for their blocking work.

A look at how LB Aaron Curry ranks among other Seahawks first-round busts.

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5 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. scudbot says: Oct 14, 2011 9:22 AM

    Mason Crosby also got a fairly fat contract earlier this year, which surprised a lot of GB fans. Stepped it up since then. Does Not Have Chris Johnson Syndrome.

  2. fargovikesfan says: Oct 14, 2011 9:28 AM

    Bryant McKinnie feels back to his old self? Let me be the first to offer my condolences to all Ravens fans…

  3. turbodog1027 says: Oct 14, 2011 9:57 AM

    Mark Sanchez is the worst starting QB in the NFL. When he plays good, he’s average. When he’s bad, he is horrendous. How many games has this guy cost the Jets?

  4. bmorelikeme says: Oct 14, 2011 11:16 AM

    @fargovikesfan

    Mckinney has been great for us this year. Our Oline was a huge concern coming out of the preaseason, but the last minute additions of Mckinney and Gurode has given us the depth and flexibility we were desparately lacking.

  5. pigskinswag says: Oct 14, 2011 4:11 PM

    “Panthers WR Steve Smith isn’t interested in receiving the apology that Saints S Roman Harper isn’t offering.”

    I’m a Saints fan, and I’m a fan of Roman Harper, but what he did in the Saints-Panthers game was just boneheaded and idiotic for two reasons:

    1) It cost your team a penalty and field position. and
    2) This guy once broke the jaw of a teammate. What do you think he’d do to a player on a division rival who just cheap-shotted the hell out of him?

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