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Tuesday morning one-liners

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A vote in favor of tweaks, not an overhaul, for the Bills.

The Dolphins are on pace for the worst four-year stretch in franchise history.

Patriots WR Brandon Lloyd didn’t have much to say after his biggest game in a while.

Said Jets S Yeremiah Bell, “In this locker room, we know we started off slow and we got some room to make up, so as soon as we start thinking ahead that’s when things are going to go wrong. As long as we keep our focus on one game at a time and handling business, we’ll be okay.”

Up-tempo offenses have been part of new Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell’s history.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis spent part of Monday defending the offensive play calling.

A breakdown of every pass Browns QB Brandon Weeden threw on Sunday.

Steelers DT Casey Hampton hasn’t lost faith in the team.

Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle points out that the Texans are still unbeaten when they allow less than 42 points in a game.

The Colts are closing in on a rare turnaround.

Veteran OL Guy Whimper is having fun playing some tight end for the Jaguars.

Titans coach Mike Munchak hopes people around the team remain patient.

The Broncos say they aren’t paying any attention to playoff seeding right now.

Sunday’s loss was the seventh time the Chiefs have lost by 16 points or more this season.

P Shane Lechler could be nearing the end of his time with the Raiders.

Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune isn’t expecting to see the Chargers repeat their performance against the Steelers.

What does Cowboys WR Dez Bryant’s injury mean for Miles Austin?

The Giants don’t think they’ve had a signature defensive performance this season.

Phil Sheridan of the Philadelphia Inquirer wonders if Eagles QB Nick Foles will turn out to be for real or if he’ll turn out to be Bobby Hoying.

Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett has gotten the unit to play better in recent weeks.

There’s plenty of blame to go around with the Bears.

An argument that Lions coach Jim Schwartz should be on the hot seat with another loss this week.

An unlikely trio has given a boost to the Packers run game.

Vikings FB Jerome Felton has opened up plenty of holes for Adrian Peterson this season.

There’s no spot on the honor roll for the Falcons with a report card like this.

Moving CB Josh Norman out of the lineup allows the Panthers to take looks at other players.

Saints interim head coach Joe Vitt said that the team is swimming in unfamiliar waters right now.

Said Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano on whether his team needs to make more plays late in games, “I think when you focus on making plays, that’s exactly when you don’t make plays. Focus on doing your job and plays come to you, the game comes to you. That’s what we believe around here.”

What does the future hold for Cardinals DE Darnell Dockett and S Adrian Wilson?

In praise of the Rams’ decision to hire Jeff Fisher as their coach.

The 49ers need to be quicker about making play calls in the coming weeks.

Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch has given the Seahawks more than a little boost since arriving to the team.

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4 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. ccjcsr says: Dec 11, 2012 9:14 AM

    “Saints interim head coach Joe Vitt said that the team is swimming in unfamiliar waters right now.”

    This is step one, step two is offseason cap hell…

  2. johnnyjagfan says: Dec 11, 2012 10:01 AM

    If having Whimper play TE is such a good idea, then give him another number. Hearing “68 is reporting eligible” 15 times in the game wasn’t 15 reasons to cheer.

  3. albertmn says: Dec 11, 2012 10:16 AM

    In reference to the Texans note, how many teams aren’t unbeaten when they give up fewer than 42 points? Kind of like saying a team is winless when they get shut out. It doesn’t really mean much.

  4. apmn says: Dec 11, 2012 11:43 AM

    King was making a joke about the Texans (and stupid, meaningless stats).

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