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Monday morning one-liners

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TE Scott Chandler tied a Bills record for tight ends with his sixth touchdown of the season.

Dolphins RB Reggie Bush likes playing the Giants: He had his second career 100-yard rushing game Sunday and both came against the Giants.

RB Kevin Faulk played a big role in the Patriots offense in his 2011 debut.

The Jets are expected to sign former Bills TE Shawn Nelson.

WR Anquan Boldin’s performance in the third quarter helped save the Ravens after a terrible first half.

Thanks to Brandon Tate and Adam Jones, the Bengals had a great day returning punts.

The Browns need to have a bit more urgency to their offensive attack.

Holding onto the ball for nearly 40 minutes helped the Steelers to Sunday’s victory.

Texans LB Brooks Reed has been making plays since moving into the starting lineup.

A slew of mistakes on the opening kickoff gave a hint of the result for the Colts.

Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert wasn’t making any excuses for his performance agaisnt the Texans.

LB Patrick Bailey’s blocked punt spurred the Titans to their rout of the Colts.

Said Broncos CB Champ Bailey, “Our record speaks for itself. I’m not trying to be negative about my team, I’m just speaking the facts. If we don’t win, and we keep getting blown out, we’re not a good football team.”

A look back at five memorable Monday nights for the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

The Raiders might have designs on building a vintage Bengals offense after taking a look at WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh.

An argument for backing off of criticism of Chargers coach Norv Turner.

Said Cowboys CB Mike Jenkins, “You never think something like this is going to happen. This is one of those games that just got out of hand and you felt like you couldn’t do anything about it.”

Sunday marked the 18th time QB Eli Manning brought the Giants back from a fourth-quarter deficit.

Eagles TE Brent Celek had a big game catching the ball, finishing with seven catches for 94 yards.

Sunday was a day to forget for the Redskins offense.

Will the Bears put T Gabe Carimi back in the lineup upon his return to health?

A couple of Lions showed off their “Tebowing” skills while the team was rolling over the Broncos.

Packers history is a mix of fact and fiction.

Vikings QB Christian Ponder was 9-of-10 for seven first downs on third down passes.

A look ahead to the rest of the Falcons schedule.

Panthers QB Cam Newton took no solace in his own big game after the Panthers loss.

Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune calls Sunday’s game the worst Saints performance of the Sean Payton era.

T Donald Penn has solidified the left side of the line for the Buccaneers.

Knee troubles robbed Cardinals RB Beanie Wells of his best on Sunday.

Robert Quinn had a punt block and a sack in the biggest game of his rookie year with the Rams.

49ers LB Ahmad Brooks got a big strip sack on the second play of the game, but his lip paid the price for his efforts.

Steve Kelley of the Seattle Times takes issue with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s decision making at the end of the first half.

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3 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. edmazeing1 says: Oct 31, 2011 9:13 AM

    I see you guys found a way to get raiders news in there even on a bye week thanks PFT!!!

  2. pacificnw7722 says: Oct 31, 2011 10:01 AM

    “Vikings QB Christian Ponder was 9-of-10 for seven first downs on third down passes.”

    This guy is for real at the NFL Level….

  3. fumblenuts says: Oct 31, 2011 10:12 AM

    ‘Steve Kelley of the Seattle Times takes issue with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s decision making at the end of the first half.’

    “I told those guys in the locker room that I’m not used to this,” said Carroll, one of the best coaches in college history. “I’m not used to fighting out of situations like this.”

    It’s VERY clear he’s completely overwhelmed at this level.

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