Friday morning one-liners

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Willis McGahee has played well when facing the Bills over his history.

What’s the impact of USC QB Matt Barkley’s decision to stay in school on the Dolphins?

Getting S Patrick Chung back would be a big lift for the Patriots defense.

The Jets are using a photo of LB Calvin Pace hitting Giants QB Eli Manning as the cover to this week’s playbook.

Ravens QB Joe Flacco said that it isn’t enough for the team to make the playoffs this year.

RB Cedric Benson is 54 yards away from being the third Bengals player to run for 1,000 yards in three straight seasons.

QB Seneca Wallace is taking on a leadership role for the Browns.

Steelers WR Hines Ward said that he isn’t thinking about retirement right now.

Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle thinks the Texans need to consider a quarterback change after Thursday night’s loss.

After catching the game-winner, Colts WR Reggie Wayne said he hoped it wasn’t his last home game in Indianapolis.

There’s been a big turnaround on special teams for the Jaguars in recent weeks.

The Titans haven’t done a good job of moving the ball on first down this season.

Broncos QB Tim Tebow feels ready for Buffalo and what should be the coldest weather he’s ever played in.

Offense seemed to run more smoothly for the Chiefs last week.

Raiders coach Hue Jackson is surprised by his defense’s performance.

Said Chargers S Eric Weddle, “We’ve been setting the tempo early. There’s nothing quite like a three-and-out to start the game, especially if the offense scores. After that it’s about not giving up big plays that would allow momentum to shift.”

Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan no longer seems to think the Eagles are all hype.

Bragging rights aren’t important to Giants DE Justin Tuck.

The Eagles can look to last year’s Packers for a reason to keep believing.

Redskins LB London Fletcher picked a good time to have one of his best professional seasons.

The Bears defense will likely start showing its age soon.

Lions coach Jim Schwartz doesn’t regret the decision to place RB Jahvid Best on injured reserve.

The Packers’ quintet of tight ends teamed up to send out a holiday card.

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson is looking for a heavier workload this weekend.

Stopping Darren Sproles on kick returns will be a total team effort for the Falcons.

The Panthers have gotten a lot out of University of Miami tight ends this season.

Saints G Carl Nicks has become addicted to Super Bowls.

Buccaneers LB Geno Hayes hopes that he and coach Raheem Morris return next year.

LB O’Brien Schofield has impressed Cardinals coaches with his play this season.

Rams LB Chris Chamberlain plans to appeal any fine he gets for penalties he picked up against the Bengals.

The 49ers wanted to sign Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin after the draft but weren’t able to get it done.

Going with such a young secondary this year could pay off in the future for the Seahawks.