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Sunday morning one-liners

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A position-by-position review of the 2011 Bills.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald shares the reason why Brian Billick isn’t on the Dolphins’ list of coaching candidates.

The Patriots haven’t won a coin toss and taken the ball since the game QB Tom Brady injured his knee in 2008.

Brian Costello of the New York Post reports that the Jets are looking at offensive coordinator options as potential replacements for Brian Schottenheimer.

Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was at Saturday’s Texans-Bengals game.

Bengals WR A.J. Green thinks the team only scratched the surface of their potential this season.

The Browns have the fourth overall pick in the draft and that spot has been a mixed bag over the years.

Hindsight makes it seem like the Steelers made a mistake by playing C Maurkice Pouncey in Week 17.

The Texans offensive line used criticism from coach Gary Kubiak as motivation on Saturday.

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star writes that Bill Polian’s rough style can’t cancel out his great success as Colts general manager.

Coaching Maurice Jones-Drew to a rushing title doesn’t guarantee Ernest Byner another year as Jaguars running backs coach.

Titans FB Ahmard Hall credits coach Mike Munchak with altering the culture of the organization.

G Russ Hochstein, a veteran of several playoff games, told his Broncos teammates that the pace will pick up in the postseason.

The Chiefs are well represented on the final ballot for this year’s Hall of Fame class.

Can the Raiders keep RB Michael Bush once he hits free agency?

Injuries and some poorly timed mistakes sank the Chargers this season.

Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram thinks fans in Dallas have turned against Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

Giants quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan helped QB Eli Manning cut down on his interceptions after the 2010 season.

Did Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie make a foolish decision in regard to coach Andy Reid?

Were the Redskins too prone to unsportsmanlike conduct this season?

The Bears are still working on a list of general manager candidates.

Lions LB Justin Durant is certain he would have scored a touchdown if not for an inadvertent whistle on a Drew Brees fumble in the second quarter.

Where do these Packers rank on the list of the best teams in franchise history?

The Vikings like the way QB Christian Ponder performed in the red zone.

Falcons LT Will Svitek will have to play well on Sunday.

The Panthers are counting on the return of several injured starters to help their defense improve in 2012.

Saints WR Marques Colston bounced back after an early fumble after the Lions.

Martin Fennelly of the Tampa Tribune is critical of the way the Buccaneers’ coaching search is progressing.

The Cardinals had four of the top ten NFC West receivers in yards per target.

Former Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo sat down for a long interview with Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

49ers owner Jed York credits coach Jim Harbaugh with focusing a talented roster.

Will the Seahawks come up with the cash to keep RB Marshawn Lynch and DT Red Bryant?

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9 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. prmpft says: Jan 8, 2012 9:20 AM

    Titans FB Ahmard Hall credits coach Mike Munchak with altering the culture of the organization.
    *********************************************getting rid of complainers and a big overrated crybaby didn’t hurt…

  2. dirtdawg55 says: Jan 8, 2012 9:48 AM

    You don’t need hindsight to question Tomlin’s use of his players down the stretch. no issue with him using Big Ben against the 49ers (outside of he should have been pulled for final six minutes) as they had a chance to get ahead of the Ravens for the division title.

    However, Ben and Pounceys should have sat against the Browns. Ben is their best offensive asset and Pouncey is their best lineman. Why you would risk further injury in a winnable game no matter who you play is beyond me. It would be different if they were healthy, but neither was close.

    I love Tomlin but he has made some head scratching moves this season. This was one of them. Dumb. Just dumb.

  3. hoosierdude says: Jan 8, 2012 10:36 AM

    The Cowboys will not succeed until they have a GM who treats his position as a career instead of a hobby and since Mr. Jones is unwilling to find a new hobby , the Cowboys will continue to fail.

  4. 8man says: Jan 8, 2012 10:47 AM

    The Patriots defer, attempt to keep their time outs and hope for back-to-back possessions at the end of the first half and the beginning of the second.

    Makes sense to me. Then again, if it’s 4 and 2 or less and I’m past my own 45, I’m going for it every time.

  5. gallaghedj311 says: Jan 8, 2012 11:27 AM

    I went to click the link to read the Andy Reid article and saw missinelli wrote it. Nevermind. He’s king of the fire Andy Reid club of morons…

  6. beeronthefridge says: Jan 8, 2012 11:33 AM

    “Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald shares the reason why Brian Billick isn’t on the Dolphins’ list of coaching candidates.”

    This journalist should be writing about soccer, not football!

    “The Patriots haven’t won a coin toss and taken the ball since the game QB Tom Brady injured his knee in 2008.”

    Does this mean the laws of probabilities are false?

    “The Texans offensive line used criticism from coach Gary Kubiak as motivation on Saturday.”

    Does this mean that the Texans offensive line are like wild animals that only respond to abuse?

    “Coaching Maurice Jones-Drew to a rushing title doesn’t guarantee Ernest Byner another year as Jaguars running backs coach.”

    How many carries did Maurice have?

    “Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram thinks fans in Dallas have turned against Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.”

    Then why do they sell out every game?

    “Lions LB Justin Durant is certain he would have scored a touchdown if not for an inadvertent whistle on a Drew Brees fumble in the second quarter.”

    And if my aunt had ball she would have been my uncle!

  7. harrisonhits2 says: Jan 8, 2012 11:36 AM

    “The Patriots haven’t won a coin toss and taken the ball since the game QB Tom Brady injured his knee in 2008.”

    This is because the Pats expect then to get the last possession of the first half and the first one of the second half which allows as much as a 14 point swing in their favor if they score TDs on both those drives.

    This makes coming from behind far easier if they get down early, or for breaking the opponents morale by extending their lead dramatically in a short time.

  8. max says: Jan 8, 2012 11:40 AM

    I am sad that Stephen Ross owns my favorite team. That is all.

  9. bleed4philly says: Jan 8, 2012 1:37 PM

    Jeffrey Lurie made a business decision. Andy Reid will never win a Superbowl. Thanks for another great movie with a horrible ending.

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