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Monday morning one-liners

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The Bills have gotten stability at cornerback with the addition of Stephon Gilmore.

The Dolphins can look to the 2009 Jets for a glimmer of hope this season.

CB Aqib Talib called his Patriots debut “sloppy” despite an interception return for a touchdown.

Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell gave the Jets strong production on the ground in St. Louis.

DT Haloti Ngata said he was feeling much better after the Ravens beat the Steelers.

Bengals WR A.J. Green has caught a touchdown in nine consecutive games, a single-season franchise record.

The Browns couldn’t get a win, but they did sack Tony Romo seven times.

Third downs were a big problem for the Steelers offense.

Texans CB Jonathan Joseph will have an MRI after tweaking his hamstring in Sunday’s win.

Colts WR Reggie Wayne is the second player in history with three or more catches in 58 consecutive games.

Everything finally came together for Jaguars rookie WR Justin Blackmon.

Titans DT Sen’Derrick Marks is making a name for himself as more than just a prankster.

LB Von Miller paced the Broncos defense with another huge day.

Things just keep getting uglier for the Chiefs and their fans.

Raiders QB Carson Palmer said the home crowd deserved a better effort than the Raiders were able to muster on Sunday.

The Chargers know there’s no more chance of winning the AFC West.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was circumspect in his praise of WR Dez Bryant’s big day.

The Giants would like to allow fewer big plays on defense after they return from the bye week.

Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News thinks Juan Castillo is somewhere laughing at the Eagles defense.

Said Redskins coach Mike Shanahan of QB Robert Griffin III, “Except for that one incompletion, I thought he did OK.”

The Bears need QB Jason Campbell to hit the ground running.

A hamstring injury could end Lions T Jeff Backusconsecutive start streak at 186 games.

Packers TE Jermichael Finley snapped out of a slump with a strong performance on Sunday.

Can Vikings RB Adrian Peterson get to 2,000 yards this season?

DE Jonathan Babineaux’s big play helped get the Falcons their ninth win of the season.

Panthers LB Thomas Davis didn’t agree with the flag he received for unnecessary roughness late in regulation.

Saints S Malcolm Jenkins continued his recent run of good play with an interception return for a touchdown.

TE Dallas Clark got the first overtime touchdown of his career in Sunday’s Buccaneers victory.

RB LaRod Stephens-Howling put up the best rushing numbers of his Cardinals career.

Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch thinks Rams QB Sam Bradford is moving in the wrong direction.

The 49ers are wary of the Bears’ ability to force turnovers.

Seahawks DT Red Bryant was wired for sound in the win over the Jets.

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4 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. xxwhodatxx says: Nov 19, 2012 9:38 AM

    Repeat offender Aqib Talib was suspended 4 games, the Patriots need some help in the secondary and trade for him. All of a sudden his suspension disappears… Coincidence, I think not. I like the Pats but even i can’t even come up with a reason why this would happen except for bias by the commish.

  2. magicbucs says: Nov 19, 2012 10:10 AM

    I’m a bucs fan and talib was suspended 4 games. He already served his 4th game last week thus meaning this week he was eligible to play. That’s what they mean when saying “his suspension was lifted”

  3. really2011 says: Nov 19, 2012 10:14 AM

    @xxwhodatxx, why would you say that the suspension disappeared? He had 1 game left on his 4 game suspension when the trade happened.

    No bias here. The Pats have been great at finding troubled players and capitalizing on low risk high reward deals. Good job Pat’s – most locker rooms can’t handle that dynamic.

  4. bucup says: Nov 19, 2012 9:30 PM

    He had one week left in his suspension and when they traded the Pats had a bye.

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