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Sunday morning one-liners

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A Bills fan who signed up to receive five text messages a week from the team is suing them because they sent him six one week and seven in another one.

The Dolphins opened up a roster spot by waiving the recently acquired CB Brandon McDonald.

Patriots DE Chandler Jones draws inspiration from the fight his older sister showed before ultimately losing her battle with cancer.

Will it be a happy birthday for Jets QB Mark Sanchez?

The Ravens would like to get their offense in gear against the Raiders.

It would be a good weekend for the Bengals to get a win.

A suggestion that Browns coach Pat Shurmur should consider giving up play calling duties.

Looking ahead to the offseason for Steelers with expiring contracts.

Texans C Chris Myers has provided a helping hand for a military family in need.

The Colts have kept things light in the locker room this year.

The Jaguars offense remained poor on third downs in their loss to the Colts.

Catching up with General Manager Ruston Webster after the Titans landed in Miami.

The Broncos are advised to get off to a fast start.

Comparing Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli’s first four years with Carl Peterson’s first four years running the Chiefs.

The Raiders are struggling to find consistency.

Said Chargers WR Robert Meachem of what he’ll say to Buccaneers WR Vincent Jackson this week, I’ll say, ‘Congratulations. I’m happy for you,’ Shoot. Doing what he’s doing in Tampa, it’s the same thing he’s been doing here. He’s showing his God-given talent. He’s out there having fun and enjoying the moment. That’s the best way to be. I think that was my problem.”

Are the Cowboys going to use Brandon Carr at safety this Sunday?

Giants coach Tom Coughlin doesn’t like the term red zone and his team doesn’t like scoring touchdowns once they reach it.

Bob Ford of the Philadelphia Inquirer thinks armageddon is approaching for the Eagles.

Who should Redskins fans root for during their team’s bye week?

How can the Bears defense slow down Texans RB Arian Foster?

The Lions special teams are looking for a little redemption after their first meeting with the Vikings.

Packers players are aware of the potential consequences of carrying extra weight.

Panicking isn’t part of the game plan for the Vikings.

Falcons C Todd McClure is going back to his home state on Sunday.

Panthers defensive ends Charles Johnson and Greg Hardy have combined for 14 sacks this season.

Said Saints interim coach Joe Vitt of the Falcons, “The one thing we don’t do is we don’t go back and look at past records. Every week in the NFL takes on a life of its own. Because we’ve beaten this team in the past at some point in time is going to have no bearing on this game.”

The Buccaneers don’t want to overwork RB Doug Martin this season.

CB Michael Adams hasn’t let being small stop him from finding a role with the Cardinals.

Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post Dispatch is looking forward to seeing how the young Rams play in San Francisco.

The 49ers feature some old school looks in the running game.

The Seahawks expect to see a lot of blitzing from the Jets.

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4 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. fuzzynuts55 says: Nov 11, 2012 9:36 AM

    Ravens woke up today very happy this is a home game..

  2. steelersownyou says: Nov 11, 2012 9:41 AM

    Raiders 30 Ratbirds 24 Final. That Ratbird defense is the worst in the nfl. Raiders should run for 200 and palmer should throw for 300. The end is near Ratbirds!!!

  3. pemory says: Nov 11, 2012 11:10 AM

    Perhaps Pat Shurmur should also relinquish his head coaching duties….

  4. sdsockers says: Nov 11, 2012 12:55 PM

    Not having fun was your problem, Robert Meacham? No, not catching passes thrown your way is your problem, since, you know, you’re a Wide Receiver.

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