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Friday morning one-liners

Tennessee Titans quarterback Hasselbeck runs with the ball during their NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons in Atlanta Reuters

Rookies have started to make an impact on the Bills defense.

Said Dolphins CB Vontae Davis, “I wish they would have missed that field goal. But who am I to say that? I ain’t got magic.”

Few predicted Patriots CB Kyle Arrington would lead the league in interceptions when he was cut by the Eagles.

Better play on the offensive line is a key for the Jets in the coming weeks.

The Ravens kept up their home field dominance on Thursday night.

Taking the Browns lightly isn’t something the Bengals plan to do this Sunday.

Browns WR Greg Little is overcoming the stigma attached to him when he was suspended for his senior year in college.

The Steelers are going with Doug Legursky over Chris Kemoeatu at left guard.

Texans QB Matt Schaub saw no intent from Buccaneers DT Albert Haynesworth in the hit that ended Schaub’s season.

RB Delone Carter said Colts veteran Joseph Addai has been an important mentor to him this season.

The Jaguars defense could be missing a lot of starters.

Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck had no limitations during Thursday’s practice.

The Broncos are preparing for Chargers QB Philip Rivers the same way they always have.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley is fond of players from western Pennsylvania.

Raiders P Shane Lechler isn’t a huge fan of kicking to Bears PR Devin Hester.

C Nick Hardwick has been the only constant in the middle of the Chargers line.

The Cowboys defense bent a lot on Thursday, but it didn’t break.

Injuries could make it tough for the Giants offensive line to bounce back this weekend.

Eagles CB Joselio Hanson remembers Patriots WR Wes Welker well from their days at Texas Tech.

The Redskins are heading to Seattle a day earlier than they normally leave for road trips.

The Bears signed LS Chris Massey because they wanted a more experienced snapper than Jake Laptad, who was waived.

First half penalties erased any good things done by the Lions offense.

Packers RB Brandon Saine got his first regular season touches on Thanksgiving Day.

Injuries and legal issues have forced CB Asher Allen into the Vikings lineup.

The Falcons won’t sneak up on anyone with a no-huddle offense.

Stadium upgrades could be coming for the Panthers.

Will the Saints’ streak of coin toss losses continue on Monday night?

Rookie DE Da’Quan Bowers could get his first Buccaneers start this Sunday.

Nick Eason and David Carter have big shoes to fill at nose tackle for the Cardinals.

Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels defended the Rams’ game plan against the Seahawks.

49ers QB Alex Smith blamed miscommunication with WR Braylon Edwards for a first half interception.

The Seahawks have some serious size on their defensive line.

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7 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. donterrelli says: Nov 25, 2011 8:50 AM

    “I ain’t got magic.” -Vontae Davis

    lol

  2. oriolesvsravens says: Nov 25, 2011 9:21 AM

    I’m still wondering what bird got stuffed with the turkeys yesterday?

  3. polegojim says: Nov 25, 2011 10:28 AM

    Josh McDaniels

    30th Yards overall
    32nd Points
    26th Pass yards.

    He is who Denver fans thought he was. A punk who should be the water boy.

  4. omegaichiban says: Nov 25, 2011 10:33 AM

    There’s a modicum of truth to what Suh said…after he said “tried to get my balance” he for got to add “then I stomped his arm.”

  5. bleed4philly says: Nov 25, 2011 11:26 AM

    eagles shouldve kept Arrington. Hope he gets 5 picks on sunday and Joe Banner’s head explodes.

  6. balledoutdotcom says: Nov 25, 2011 11:52 AM

    Wish Reggie and Demarco got in the Zone yesterday for my fantasy team

  7. cuthead06 says: Nov 25, 2011 1:29 PM

    agree. Murray was a dissapointment for my fantasy team but ray rice was worse. thank you ravens D for bailing me out.

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