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Sunday morning one-liners

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Bills RB C.J. Spiller has a starry group of admirers.

It looks like a tough matchup for the Dolphins offense this week.

Former Patriots WR Troy Brown isn’t a big fan of current Patriots WR Brandon Lloyd.

The Jets defense feels a lot better about itself in the wake of last week’s win.

The Ravens hope to exploit weaknesses in the Redskins secondary.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton, a Texas native, said people at home are excited about this week’s game against the Cowboys.

The Browns are looking for their first three-game winning streak since 2009.

The Steelers are cognizant of the Chargers’ habit of turning turnovers into touchdowns.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle thinks Texans DE J.J. Watt can sew up defensive player of the year with a big game against the Patriots.

Colts turnovers have contributed to the number of one-score games they’ve played this year.

Tim Tebow is even polarizing for Jaguars fans.

The Titans will need to be more productive in the red zone to pick up a win this week.

Broncos rookie DL Derek Wolfe thinks growing up on a farm helped him in football.

A preview of Sunday’s Chiefs game wonders if their pass defense will be able to keep the Browns in check.

There weren’t many hopeful signs in Thursday’s Raiders loss.

Chargers players said they’re looking out for DE Corey Liuget, who was a college teammate of both Josh Brent and Jerry Brown at the University of Illinois.

Said Cowboys wide receivers coach Jimmy Robinson of Jerry Brown’s death, “It’s hard to talk about right now. One of the saddest things you can imagine. It’s almost hard to put into words how hard it is.”

“You feel so badly for the people involved and the families involved. It’s almost hard to even put it into words how hard it is, how tragic.”

Giants CB Corey Webster is working to cut down on the major breakdowns that have plagued him this season.

Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer breaks down the possibility of Chip Kelly coaching the Eagles.

It was a well-timed bye week for the Redskins.

The Bears say there’s no Brandon Marshall Ratio, but the wide receiver has been targeted almost 40 percent of the time.

There are a bunch of receivers trying to take advantage of an opportunity with the Lions.

The Packers should have plenty of chances to throw on the Lions secondary.

Said Erniece Winfield, wife of Vikings CB Antonine Winfield of the toll 14 NFL seasons have taken on her husband, “He’s getting that Brett Favre walk. You know how Brett walked around like Frankenstein? Antoine’s getting his Favre on.”

Said Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez, “I’ve been on a team like that in Kansas City where we won two games but every game was three or four points as far as the loss goes. I don’t know what it is, but good teams find a way to win.”

Panthers LB Luke Kuechly played football at a high level before he looked the part physically.

It should be a busy Sunday for the Saints’ offensive tackles.

The Buccaneers promoted DT Pep Levingston from the practice squad and waived OL Derek Hardman.

It feels like a long time since the Cardinals beat the Seahawks in the season opener.

With Bills DE Mario Williams finding his stride in recent weeks, Rams T Barry Richardson should have a busy day.

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said that he’s seen progress from rookie WR A.J. Jenkins, even though Jenkins has yet to see action in a regular season game.

A healthy Sidney Rice has meant good things to the Seahawks offense.

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. dolphins4 says: Dec 9, 2012 10:43 AM

    The Eagles should keep Andy Reid as head coach but go hire a really good defensive coordinator to fix the defense.Andy is the best coach the Eagles have ever had.

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