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Friday morning one-liners

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The Bills need more consistency from DT Marcell Dareus.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin is looking forward to getting DT Tony McDaniel back in the lineup.

Said Patriots RB Brandon Bolden, “Last week happened, now we’re getting ready for Denver. You know, just forget about it. It was a game. Yeah, yay, yippee, everybody was happy. But it’s in the past, and now we’re moving on.”

The Jets are still practicing without WR Stephen Hill and TE Dustin Keller.

Ravens TE Ed Dickson is trying to bounce back from a catchless game.

The Bengals defensive line has been picking up sacks in bunches.

They might not win much, but the Browns have had a knack for beating defending champions.

Said Steelers S Ryan Clark, “If your record is what dictates your urgency, you’re in the wrong game.”

The big start by Texans DE J.J. Watt has people pulling out their history books.

Interim head coach Bruce Arians wants Colts fans to drown out any visitors from Green Bay.

Wide receivers Cecil Shorts and Kevin Elliot are in line for more playing time for the Jaguars this week.

The Titans haven’t seen the kind of pass rushing that they hoped to see this week.

Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio thinks that the sacks will come for rookie DT Derek Wolfe.

Chiefs QB Brady Quinn says this has been a week like any other.

Raiders C Stefan Wisniewski explains the principles of the team’s zone blocking scheme.

The guidance of teammate Takeo Spikes has helped Chargers LB Donald Butler blossom as a player.

Rod Woodson thinks people overreact to the results of the Cowboys.

Injuries in the secondary have left some Giants unsure who is even on the field.

Eagles special teams coach Bobby April took the blame for poor kickoff coverage last week.

Redskins K Billy Cundiff says that he’s moved on from last week’s missed field goals.

A look at the Bears’ history with the Jaguars.

Bye week won’t be a total escape from football for the Lions.

The Packers offensive line is working on its communication.

Vikings LB Erin Henderson was able to practice fully on Thursday for the first time since suffering a concussion.

CB Asante Samuel thinks the Falcons defense still has a way to go.

OL Garry Williams‘ versatility has been helpful to the Panthers.

Tony Dungy thinks the Saints can bounce back from their awful start.

The Buccaneers and coach Greg Schiano remain works in progress.

Patrick Peterson looked like he was close to busting out a big punt return for the Cardinals against the Rams.

Rams CB Janoris Jenkins had a strong game on Thursday night.

Said 49ers G Alex Boone of the game against the Bills, “I think that’s going to be the big matchup of the day, their D-line versus our O-line. It’s one of those things that we know going in it’s going to be a full-day sucker.”

The Seahawks haven’t been able to get WR Doug Baldwin on track yet this season.

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3 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. paleandpasty says: Oct 5, 2012 9:34 AM

    Can you please stop linking dolphin articles that are written by the sun sentinel. They want $3.99 to read the article. Screw them.

  2. ghostofgilchrist says: Oct 5, 2012 10:01 AM

    “Said Steelers S Ryan Clark, “If your record is what dictates your urgency, you’re in the wrong game.””

    That may be the smartest thing I’ve heard a football player say in a long time.

  3. uwsptke says: Oct 5, 2012 11:49 AM

    “Interim head coach Bruce Arians wants Colts fans to drown out any visitors from Green Bay.”

    To quote Jerry Seinfeld, “Good luck with allllll that!”

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