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Saturday morning one-liners

Brian Urlacher,  Tim Jennings AP

Said Bills coach Chan Gailey of RB C.J. Spiller, “I hope, but I can’t expect him to come out and rush for 140 yards or 120 yards like Fred was doing, but at the same time he’s certainly capable of doing that. We’ll see where this takes us.”

Playing spoiler is about all the Dolphins have left this season.

The Patriots defense will be keying on Eagles RB LeSean McCoy.

A look at how Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson is holding up in his rookie season.

Linebackers Jameel McClain and Albert McClellan have allowed the Ravens defense to produce without injured starters.

G Bobbie Williams is excited to face the Browns after missing the Bengals’ first game against them this season.

Browns CB Joe Haden is looking forward to his rematch with Bengals WR A.J. Green.

Steelers S Ryan Clark talks about keeping football in perspective.

A childhood in Rock Hill, S.C. helped get Texans CB Jonathan Joseph ready for a professional football career.

CB Jerraud Powers is trying to look forward amid the wreckage of the Colts’ season.

CB Derek Cox became the 17th Jaguars player on injured reserve this season.

T David Otto is ready to play should the Titans need him on Sunday.

DT Broderick Bunkley has been one of the reasons for the Broncos’ defensive turnaround.

Rookies are playing a bigger role in the Chiefs’ season.

The Raiders defense isn’t going to do things much differently because they are facing a first-time starting quarterback.

Chargers WR Malcolm Floyd is targeting next week for his return.

Jerry Jones wants to see bigger wins from his Cowboys.

Giants RB Brandon Jacobs seems to be trying to get the fans back on his side.

Said Eagles QB Vince Young, “So I want to help this team, and I want everybody to know that because I’m not thinking about myself, and I want people to know that I’m thinking about my teammates.”

Redskins T Jamaal Brown will have his hands full with Seahawks DE Chris Clemons.

With Jay Cutler injured, LB Brian Urlacher thinks it is time for the Bears defense to step up.

Lions QB Matthew Stafford resisted suggestions that his fractured finger is playing a role in his increased interceptions.

G Josh Sitton is the biggest injury concern for the Packers.

Injuries have derailed some of the plans for the Vikings defense this season.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan will be facing off against his former position coach, Vikings offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, on Sunday.

WR Brandon LaFell could be in for increased playing time for the Panthers this weekend.

The Saints would like to get more interceptions in the coming weeks.

QB Josh Freeman and TE Kellen Winslow haven’t been clicking for the Buccaneers this season.

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald wants to see the offense do a better job on third downs.

The quick turnaround from their last meeting means the Rams are very familiar with the Cardinals.

There was plenty of blame to go around for the nine sacks allowed by the 49ers on Thanksgiving.

Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson was able to throw on back-to-back days for the first time in a long time.

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3 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. omegaichiban says: Nov 26, 2011 9:47 AM

    I guess Young not knowing where the back was on that one play wasn’t the end of the earth…?

  2. zonedogz says: Nov 26, 2011 12:47 PM

    The last 6 games are CJ Spiller’s may be the last chance to justify Buddy Nix’s killer Spiller pick at # 9 two years ago.

  3. dpeterson75 says: Nov 26, 2011 8:30 PM

    The Titans player is Mike Otto not David

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