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Monday morning one-liners

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Said Bills RB C.J. Spiller, “We knew that, every time we’ve played these guys, we’ve been successful moving the ball against them. That’s a great defense that we went up against and I’m proud of our guys, but at the same time, I’m very disappointed because we’re 3-6 and it’s pretty much a must win from here on out.”

The Dolphins offensive line struggled once again on Sunday.

Devin McCourty came up with a big play at the end to bail out the Patriots secondary.

Jets TE Dustin Keller had an awful game on Sunday.

The Ravens took an extended look at G Jah Reid on Sunday.

Bengals WR Mohamed Sanu caught his first career touchdown pass and converted three first downs on third or fourth down.

Are the Browns asking QB Brandon Weeden to do too much?

The Steelers tackles should get a good challenge from the Chiefs pass rushers.

Texans S Danieal Manning had a strong game against his former team on Sunday night.

Colts K Adam Vinatieri’s family has a close link to Veteran’s Day

If the Jaguars were a student, their parents would have to sign their report card.

Titans RB Chris Johnson continued his rebound from a rough start to the season.

The Broncos defense planned and executed well against the Panthers.

The Chiefs are in position to make some dubious history on Monday night.

Said Raiders DT Tommy Kelly of the team’s defense, “It’s like a dam right now. You put your finger in one hole, and three or four more holes pop up.”

WR Danario Alexander led the Chargers in receiving yards for the second straight game.

Cowboys CB Brandon Carr scored the first touchdown of his career.

If Giants WR Victor Cruz didn’t drop a touchdown pass, you might have forgotten he was on the field at all.

Phil Sheridan of the Philadelphia Inquirer calls Sunday’s game a new low for the Eagles in the Andy Reid era.

The Redskins return to work on Monday after their bye week.

Bears CB Tim Jennings had two interceptions, but he was left feeling he didn’t do enough to help the team.

The Lions expect to have CB Drayton Florence back in the lineup in Week 11 against the Packers.

The Packers will spend a lot of time in the division in the final seven weeks of the season.

Said Vikings T Matt Kalil of RB Adrian Peterson, “I think it is clear to everyone that this guy is a monster. If you give him just the smallest of holes, he will find it.”

Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution thinks Falcons coach Mike Smith erred by not going for two early in the fourth quarter.

An attempt to find the bright side of the Panthers loss.

Chris Ivory’s 56-yard touchdown run was a rallying point for the Saints on Sunday.

LB Dekoda Watson’s blocked punt helped push Sunday’s game in the Buccaneers’ direction.

Cardinals LB O’Brien Schofield was miked up for one of the team’s recent games.

The Rams left Sunday’s tie regretting their missed opportunities to win the game.

49ers G Mike Iupati hurt his knee on Sunday, but only wound up missing one play.

Said Seahawks WR Sidney Rice of the touchdown he caught from WR Golden Tate, “His throwing motion was the worst. I thought we traded for Tebow for a second.”

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2 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. washstnative says: Nov 12, 2012 10:07 AM

    Said Seahawks WR Sidney Rice of the touchdown he caught from WR Golden Tate, “His throwing motion was the worst. I thought we traded for Tebow for a second.”

    And anyone wonders why Ryan sticks with the ‘Dirty’ Sanchez…

    Tebow is a TE in Jesus’ mind…

  2. anrgydeafman says: Nov 12, 2012 11:46 AM

    Congrats, Carr on your first int return for TD!

    You are sorely missed!

    -KC fan

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