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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Said Bills LB Nick Barnett, “Going on two weeks and giving up that many run yards and giving up the plays we gave up, it’s disappointing and deflating. I don’t lose hope. I’m going to keep striking and pushing forward because I know we have the potential and makeup in this room. We just have to show it.”

The Dolphins offensive line has protected QB Ryan Tannehill well thus far this season.

A look at how the Patriots did when using the no-huddle and huddling up this Sunday.

KR Joe McKnight said he couldn’t enjoy his kickoff return for a touchdown because of the Jets loss.

The Ravens offensive line didn’t do well in their first date with a 3-4 defense.

Brian Leonard and Cedric Peerman are the choices to back up RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis with the Bengals.

It looks like the Browns will be without CB Dimitri Patterson for a few weeks.

Penalties have turned into an issue for the Steelers.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle thinks the Texans were subpar on both offense and defense on Monday night.

Five positives from the Colts’ win over the Packers.

Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey still thinking about the playoffs.

DT Jurrell Casey looks like a good fit for the Titans defense.

The Broncos appear to be missing LB D.J. Williams.

There’s little good will for the Chiefs from their fans at present.

The Raiders defense will return from the bye with a stern test.

Late comebacks haven’t been part of the Chargers profile of late.

The Cowboys promoted RB Lance Dunbar to their active roster.

Giants DT Chris Canty says he’ll be ready to play when his time on the PUP list comes to an end.

The Eagles aren’t overly worried about their lack of sacks.

Third downs haven’t gone well on either side of the ball for the Redskins.

A look ahead at the Bears’ post-bye schedule.

Said Lions QB Matthew Stafford of RB Jahvid Best, “He’s definitely a guy who was a chain-mover for us some on third down last year, being able to check down to him and let him get the first downs.”

The sacks allowed by the Packers aren’t just on the offensive linemen.

LB Jasper Brinkley will hold onto a role on passing downs for the Vikings even with Erin Henderson healthy.

The Falcons exploited single coverage on TE Tony Gonzalez several times against the Redskins.

Looking at the fourth down play that ended with Panthers QB Cam Newton underthrowing TE Ben Hartsock in the end zone.

The Saints defense is on pace to make some unwelcome history.

The Buccaneers would like to use their tight ends more.

Cardinals RB Ryan Williams is trying to stay upbeat in the face of season-ending shoulder surgery.

Rams P Johnny Hekker has been flashing a big leg.

WR Randy Moss got another strong review from 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll never instructed one of his teams to take a safety before Sunday.

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1 Response to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. jdphx says: Oct 9, 2012 5:21 PM

    “Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey still thinking about the playoffs.”

    Hey Coach….. Stub-hub!

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