Friday morning one-liners


A look at how Bills WR Stevie Johnson stacks up with other top wide receivers.

DL Kendall Langford hopes his Dolphins will “shatter” the dreams of the Jets on Sunday.

Patriots DT Gerard Warren has known Bills RB C.J. Spiller for a very long time.

Penalty flags don’t find their way to Jets CB Darrelle Revis all that often.

The Ravens defense has been impressed by what they’ve seen from Bengals QB Andy Dalton.

Limiting big plays will be important for the Bengals defense on Sunday.

The 2011 season has made Browns RB Peyton Hillis a believer in the Madden Curse.

WR Antonio Brown was voted Steelers MVP by his teammates.

The Texans hope G Mike Brisiel can return for the first week of the playoffs.

There are three new members of Colts QB Dan Orlovsky’s family.

Jaguars linebackers Matt Roth and Clint Session are still experiencing concussion symptoms after going on injured reserve.

Titans DT Karl Klug is wrapping up a very productive rookie season.

The Broncos’ defensive struggles haven’t gotten much notice in recent weeks.

Chiefs C Casey Wiegmann will add to his streak of 11,102 consecutive snaps this Sunday.

Raiders WR Darrius Heyward-Bey has taken strides toward erasing the bust label this season.

There are a lot of expiring contracts on the Chargers roster, including WR Vincent Jackson.

Emmitt Smith wonders if the Cowboys are mentally tough enough to win the division.

Giants RB and noted critic of meritless gum flapping Brandon Jacobs wants Cowboys fans to know that he hates them.

What’s offensive line coach Howard Mudd’s future with the Eagles?

The Redskins are interested in re-signing RB Tim Hightower.

S Corey Graham wants to be more than a special teamer for the Bears.

Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan has rebuilt his reputation over the last couple of years.

QB Matt Flynn is expected to see a lot of playing time for the Packers this Sunday and that could change his career going forward.

The Vikings know they have a lot of work ahead of them to be competitive in the near future.

Falcons coach Mike Smith thinks Matt Ryan is an elite quarterback.

Several injury replacements have done a good job on the Panthers defense.

DE Junior Galette has earned steadily increasing playing time with the Saints.

CB Ronde Barber’s run with the Buccaneers could be coming to an end.

Even though it has been his best season, Cardinals RB Beanie Wells has mixed feelings about 2011.

Rams WR Brandon Lloyd wants to play wherever Josh McDaniels is coaching next season.

Brett Swain might get the start at wide receiver for the 49ers this weekend.

Said Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson of coach Pete Carroll saying he’s the starter entering 2012, “The vote of confidence is good, but you know how fast things can change. But I understand that part of the game, and that’s not going to affect me, period.”

13 responses to “Friday morning one-liners

  1. I, for one, am going to lose MAJOR sleep over Brandon Jacobs hating all Cowboy fans. People who live in glass houses…

  2. Flynn craps the bed against a very good Detroit D that needs a win, and you could say the opposite.

    If the Packers thought about it…they play starters and beat Detroit, Detroit goes down to New Orleans and has a good shot in a dome to knock New Orleans off…I say play your starters like this is a playoff game if you’re McCarthy.

  3. “DL Kendall Langford hopes his Dolphins will “shatter” the dreams of the Jets on Sunday.”


    He’s way too late. Mark Sanchez beat him to the punch weeks ago.

  4. Lots of players have a down year after having an up year, and only one of them per year ends up on the cover of Madden. What curses can the others blame for their misfortunes?

  5. GB Sunday forecast: flurries, 26 F, wind WNW 28 mph gusting to 48 mph. Field goals: unlikely. Passing attack: good luck with that.

  6. Lazy one liners Alper. You guys did a post on AB being bored Steelers MVP yesterday, and you use it today.

  7. @purpleisreallypinkyouknow

    The Lions have a ‘good shot’ to knock off New Orleans? I wouldn’t say anyone has a ‘good shot’ to knock off the Saints..have you seen them play lately? Not saying they (or anyone else) can’t do it..but ‘a good shot’ is not something Detroit would have.

  8. Brandon Jacobs reminds me of one of the “bad guy” wrestlers in WWE. He just tries too hard to be the villain in every scenario.

    It just comes off douche-y….

  9. 5 years after his career is over, even hardcore Giants fans will struggle to remember who Brandon Jacobs was.

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