Monday morning one-liners

Reuters

After three penalties and a big missed tackle, Bills CB Drayton Florence said he should take the blame for Sunday’s loss.

Patriots WR Wes Welker had one of his least productive days against the Cowboys.

Another dominant fourth quarter helped the Ravens to another win.

The Bengals defense iced Sunday’s victory by forcing two turnovers in the final 2:36 of the game.

Browns coach Pat Shurmur was upset by the way his special teams performed in Sunday’s loss to the Raiders.

LB Lamarr Woodley spearheaded a strong performance by the Steelers defense.

WR Derrick Mason had three catches for 27 yards in his Texans debut.

The Colts defense gave the team a chance to win, but the offense couldn’t capitalize.

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio explained why he burned a timeout and kicked a field goal instead of going for it on a fourth down late in the fourth quarter.

David Climer of the Tennessean thinks it is time for Titans RB Chris Johnson to start making good on his contract.

Mike Klis of the Denver Post expects WR Eddie Royal will remain with the Broncos.

The Chiefs haven’t let RB Jamaal Charles’ injury stop them from running the ball.

Run defense was a Raiders strength for the second straight week.

Chargers TE Antonio Gates hopes the bye week will help him get back on the field.

It was another silent second half for Cowboys WR Dez Bryant.

Said Giants CB Corey Webster, “We have been striving to finish and win the fourth-quarter battle. We did just that.”

Eagles RB LeSean McCoy got a career-high 28 carries in Sunday’s win.

Redskins DT Barry Cofield’s talent for deflecting passes led to an interception on Sunday.

The Bears were happy with the production they got from their new offensive line.

An inability to stop the 49ers run game was a key reason why the Lions lost their first game of the season.

The Packers have won 12 straight games, tying a mark set in 1961 and 1962 under Vince Lombardi.

Said Vikings QB Christian Ponder, “I thought I made some plays and I thought I missed a couple of throws. It’s hard to have fun when you’re losing that bad.”

The Falcons secondary did a good job of taking Panthers WR Steve Smith out of the game on Sunday.

Said Panthers QB Cam Newton, “At some point, you have to look yourself in the mirror and ask what can you do to make it better? I’m doing a self-evaluation as we speak.”

Several members of the Saints recognize the opportunity lost on Sunday.

Buccaneers S Tanard Jackson had a big game in his return from a yearlong suspension.

Cardinals LB Daryl Washington was wired for sound in the team’s loss to the Vikings.

The Rams gained 424 yards on Sunday, but still couldn’t get a touchdown.

Big special teams contributions by K David Akers and PR Ted Ginn helped the 49ers win on Sunday.

Seahawks DT Anthony Hargrove continues to put distance between himself and his troubled past.