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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Bills WR Stevie Johnson has scored in all three games, but he hasn’t excessively celebrated any of them.

Wiping out missed tackles is a focus for the Dolphins right now.

The Patriots know they let a win get away from them on Sunday night.

Jets CB Kyle Wilson feels like he’s prepared to step into the starting spot vacated by Darrelle Revis.

LB Dannell Ellerbe had a good night for the Ravens against the Patriots.

The Bengals run defense didn’t earn high marks against the Redskins.

Browns DT Phil Taylor is getting closer to returning to the field.

Picking out the bad signs of the Steelers 1-2 start.

Texans WR Lestar Jean will have a knee scope this week.

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star doesn’t think the Colts deserve criticism for getting too conservative on offense.

The Jaguars hope that Sunday’s win proves to be a turning point in the 2012 season.

Titans coach Mike Munchak said he’s seen things he likes in the running game.

Broncos WR Eric Decker explained his decision to slide instead of trying to pick up extra yards on a third quarter catch against the Texans.

The Chiefs fill like they’ve nudged their season back in the right direction.

QB Carson Palmer drew lots of praise from the rest of the Raiders after leading the team to a Sunday win.

T Jared Gaither’s had a “good week” but the Chargers still don’t know when or if he’ll play in a game.

Brandon Carr said he doesn’t know whether or not the Cowboys will be leaving him at safety.

Giants WR Domenik Hixon said he only remembers bits and pieces from the Week Two play that left him concussed.

Bob Ford of the Philadelphia Inquirer thinks the Eagles are looking bad in the wake of their first loss of the year.

The amount of hits taken by Redskins QB Robert Griffin III is becoming a concern in Washington.

Bears CB Tim Jennings has gotten off to a very good start this season.

Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free Press thinks the Lions are “too cute” to win a Super Bowl.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy said he should have adjusted the team’s offensive game plan earlier than he did on Monday night.

There’s some concern about Vikings RB Toby Gerhart’s fumbling.

The Falcons have already ruled TE Michael Palmer out of this week’s game.

Said Panthers DE Charles Johnson of the team’s defense, “Everybody has to gel and everybody has to be on the same page. And once it clicks, you can see it when it’s clicking. But it ain’t clicking right now.”

Rookie DT Akiem Hicks will likely see more playing time with the Saints.

Explaining the lack of adjustments on offense for the Buccaneers.

The Cardinals defense is getting mentioned in some pretty good company.

Why isn’t WR Brian Quick, a second-round pick this year, able to get on the field for the Rams?

Members of the 49ers met Jim Brown during their stay in Ohio on Monday.

The way the game ended makes it hard to remember that the story of the night once looked like it would be about the Seahawks pass rush.

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4 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. kingmj4891 says: Sep 25, 2012 8:15 AM

    Everyone who says they are done with the NFL are full of it. NFL is still King the new refs are just learning on the job but the old refs quit on them what is the NFL suppose to do cry to the refs to come back with huge unjustified raise and 0% accountablity.

  2. cleverbob says: Sep 25, 2012 9:52 AM

    The Eagles offensive line is in big trouble with the Giants coming to town. Hopefully Jeremy Maclin is healthy, so that the Eagles can run more max protect knowing their receivers can get open. Assuming Andy/Marty will actually bring help so that Michael Vick doesn’t get killed, of course…

  3. citizenstrange says: Sep 25, 2012 10:31 AM

    Picking out the bad signs of the Steelers 1-2 start.
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    The Steelers won’t make the playoffs this year.

    The defense isn’t good enough to carry Roethlisberger for the usual five or so 13-9 wins and Roethlisberger sure isn’t going to win any shootouts.

  4. holeinone09 says: Sep 25, 2012 11:18 AM

    Ben’s QB rating past 2 games (of 3 played this year): over 120, with absolutely no running game at all, none, zip. The defense has been poor in both losses this season, giving up big plays. The defense is the main reason the Steelers are where they are at 1-2. Hopefully getting Polamalu and Harrison back will help. And getting Mendenhall back can’t hurt what is a putrid running game.

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