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Thursday morning one-liners

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Bills RB Fred Jackson is an exception to the 30-year-old running back rule.

Dolphins RB Daniel Thomas is not on the Week Ten injury report.

Patriots QB Tom Brady blames his ten interceptions on “decision making.”

The Newark Star-Ledger reviews the Jets’ Week Nine win over Buffalo.

Ravens WR Lee Evans (ankle) returned to practice on Wednesday.

Is A.J. Green the most talented Bengals receiver of all time?

Browns rookie S Eric Hagg is working with the first-team defense this week.

Could Steelers rookie LB Chris Carter be the steal of the 2011 NFL draft?

Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was a great hire by the Texans.

The Colts have emerged as the heavy favorites to draft Andrew Luck.

Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert is struggling to complete short throws.

Titans RB Chris Johnson has a favorable run-defense schedule the rest of the way.

Could the Broncos be the Georgia Tech of the NFL?

Chiefs LB Tamba Hali is the team’s only player with multiple sacks.

Raiders RB Michael Bush is a recommended fantasy play on Thursday night.

Chargers rookie WR Vincent Brown could have a breakout second half.

The NFL Network Playbook crew is picking the Cowboys in Week Ten.

Giants QB Eli Manning is the team’s midseason MVP.

NFL teams are a combined 4-6 after playing on Monday Night Football this season.

Redskins QB John Beck’s struggles aren’t going away.

Bears WR Earl Bennett was fined $5,000 for donning orange cleats in Week Nine.

Lions rookie DT Nick Fairley is poised for a big second half.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is in position to threaten Dan Marino’s passing record.

The Vikings come in 24th in these updated power rankings.

The Falcons-Saints rivalry dates back to 1967, with Atlanta holding a 45-38 all-time edge.

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock calls Panthers QB Cam Newton the “runaway offensive rookie of the year.”

Saints fans reportedly like to tweet.

Bucs WR Mike Williams missed Wednesday’s practice with a thigh injury.

The Cardinals are missing too many opportunities.

49ers RB Frank Gore was hobbled by a left ankle injury in Wednesday’s practice.

Here is an update from the Seahawks’ Wednesday practice.

The Rams have re-signed LB David Nixon.

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8 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. kingmj4891 says: Nov 10, 2011 8:10 AM

    In related news Suh still crushes Quarterbacks!

  2. kdish87 says: Nov 10, 2011 9:04 AM

    NFL teams are a combined 4-6 after playing on Monday Night Football this season

    A combined 4-6 after playing on MNF? How is this accurate? Since there’s been a total of 10 MNF games so far, that’s 20 teams. Minus the Eagles and Bears(since they haven’t played their game after MNF), the combined W-L needs to be 18.

  3. kdish87 says: Nov 10, 2011 9:09 AM

    NFL teams are are actually a combined 7-11 after playing on Monday Night Football this season

    NFL teams are also only 3-6 after WINNING on MNF

  4. southpaw2k says: Nov 10, 2011 9:48 AM

    kdish87 says:
    Nov 10, 2011 9:09 AM
    NFL teams are are actually a combined 7-11 after playing on Monday Night Football this season

    NFL teams are also only 3-6 after WINNING on MNF

    ————————————————

    Yeah, that MNF stat is very misleading. I think you’re right, that it’s referring to teams who won on MNF, and what their record is the following week. If true, it can’t be 4-6, since the Bears haven’t played Week 10’s game yet. Either way, somebody screwed up writing the original story.

  5. EJ says: Nov 10, 2011 10:01 AM

    Thanks for posting the pic Silva, It just made my day a little brighter. Go Bills!!!! #BillsMafia #460

  6. fumblenuts says: Nov 10, 2011 10:04 AM

    “Lions rookie DT Nick Fairley is poised for a big second half.”

    Fairly needs to get his “mean” on big time.

  7. bigjdve says: Nov 10, 2011 12:34 PM

    I bet Collingsworth loves hearing about how other receivers are better than he was without having actually finished a season yet.

  8. tr975 says: Nov 10, 2011 7:02 PM

    The Colts have emerged as the heavy favorites to draft Andrew Luck.
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    I believe that the Colts, if they do gain the #1 overall pick, would be better off by trading that pick and getting 2, 3 or 4 additional picks. I know people think Luck is going to be very, very good, but the Colts have shown they need more than just a QB.

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