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Monday morning one-liners

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The Bills pass rush didn’t make the trip to Dallas.

Dolphins DE Jared Odrick’s teammates are giving him grief for celebrating sacks by dancing like Pee Wee Herman.

DE Andre Carter set a Patriots record with 4.5 sacks on Sunday night.

Said Jets coach Rex Ryan of the Patriots, “We think we’re as good as they are, but clearly we’re not. We weren’t today, that’s for sure.”

Sunday’s loss was the latest example of the Ravens losing their focus against a team that’s weaker on paper.

The absence of DE Carlos Dunlap didn’t do much to slow the Bengals pass rush.

The Rams said they forced Browns PR Josh Cribbs to fumble after picking up a flaw in the way he carries the ball.

Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall didn’t run for many yards, but he got them when the team needed them the most.

RB Derrick Ward scored a touchdown for the Texans as their three-headed rushing attack overwhelmed the Buccaneers.

Of the Colts season, Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star writes that he “won’t insult your intelligence and suggest this is any way salvageable.”

DE Jeremy Mincey had 2.5 sacks to lead a strong Jaguars defensive effort.

The Titans wanted to stop Panthers WR Steve Smith on Sunday and they accomplished their task.

Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post looks at Sunday’s win and wonders if Josh McDaniels did some good for the Broncos after all.

The Chiefs defense was left unable to explain why the Broncos ran all over them.

Sunday ended with the Raiders on top of the AFC West.

The Chargers appear to be at a crossroads.

Cowboys TE Jason Witten said QB Tony Romo played his best game against the Bills.

WR Mario Manningham beat himself up after the game for not laying out to try to catch a potential touchdown pass on the final Giants drive.

Eagles defensive coordinator Juan Castillo comes under fire in the wake of another home loss.

The latest Redskins loss left LB Brian Orakpo fuming after the game.

It takes more than a sprained ankle and sickness to stop Bears PR Devin Hester.

Turnovers made it impossible for the Lions to compete with the Bears on Sunday.

Is it time for the Packers to give LB Vic So’oto a shot as a pass rusher?

Vikings QB Christian Ponder doesn’t want to hear any comparisons to Aaron Rodgers.

The Falcons defense failed to pressure Saints QB Drew Brees.

Panthers QB Cam Newton said a shoulder injury had nothing to do with his poor play on Sunday.

S Roman Harper knows the Saints wouldn’t have had to win their game in overtime if he held onto an interception late in the fourth quarter.

The Buccaneers couldn’t break their red zone hex against the Texans.

In the last two games, Cardinals QB John Skelton is 17-for-30 for 238 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in the fourth quarter.

A week after a blocked field goal cost them a game, the Rams won when the Browns couldn’t execute a clean snap on a field goal try.

It was an eventful day for 49ers K David Akers as he hit four field goals, converted an onside kick and made a tackle on a kickoff.

Seahawks WR Golden Tate stepped up in the wake of injuries to other receivers in the fourth quarter.

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2 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. CowboyErik says: Nov 14, 2011 9:45 AM

    Buffalo left their PASS RUSH up in TORONTO!

  2. Exiled1 says: Nov 14, 2011 11:33 AM

    Just who exactly is comparing Christian Ponder to Aaron Rodgers?

    Don’t worry Christian,you won’t have to worry about those types of things since you’re definately NOT Aaron Rodgers .

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