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Friday morning one-liners

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Bills DE Mario Williams donated a pickup truck to a married couple who are both active duty Marines.

Dolphins P Brandon Fields feels he was a Pro Bowl snub.

Patriots CB Aqib Talib says that his hip injury has improved.

Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano still believes the team’s offense would have been a sight to see if everyone was healthy.

WR Jacoby Jones is looking forward to joining his Ravens teammates at the Pro Bowl.

K Josh Brown went from fill-in to hero for the Bengals.

The Browns considered QB Seneca Wallace before adding QB Josh Johnson to the roster this week.

TE Heath Miller is the Steelers’ team MVP this season.

The Texans offense isn’t overly concerned about their lack of big plays this season.

Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson likes everything he’s seen from the coaching staff this season.

The Jaguars defense feels good about itself after last week’s performance.

WR Kendall Wright’s role with the Titans isn’t to catch the deep ball.

Signing LB Keith Brooking has worked out pretty well for the Broncos this season.

Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star writes that the Chiefs’ needs go beyond coach and quarterback.

Offensive coordinator Greg Knapp discussed the issues facing the Raiders offense in the final week of the season.

Members of the Chargers say they are playing for pride this weekend.

The experiences of last year are affecting the Cowboys’ preparation for this year’s Sunday night battle for the NFC East crown.

A look at the underperforming Giants running offense.

Eagles G Evan Mathis isn’t sweating being passed over for the Pro Bowl.

Some non-RG3 names who need to play well for the Redskins on Sunday.

Bears WR Brandon Marshall is the Chicago Sun-Times Sportsperson of the Year.

What impact would a win on Sunday have on where the Lions draft in April?

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has had to deal with a constantly changing backfield this season.

A new rotation system has left the Vikings defensive line fresher at the end of the season.

Said Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez, “It’s nice to go out there and play well and tell them, ‘What do you got to say now?’ That’s part of the fun is proving people wrong.”

Is RB DeAngelo Williams heading toward his final game with the Panthers?

WR Marques Colston is leaving his stamp on the Saints’ franchise record book this season.

Several franchise records are in reach for the Buccaneers offense.

Dan Bickley of the Arizona Republic thinks it’s time for a coaching change with the Cardinals.

The Rams have developed a more balanced passing attack over the course of the season.

Said 49ers LB Patrick Willis of DL Justin Smith, “You can’t really put into words what he means to this defense. Justin is one of our team captains, but more than just a captain, he’s a man that goes out there and leads by example. He doesn’t say a whole lot. He only speaks when he has to. He goes out there and plays with heart. He’s a guy that I look up to in this league.”

Seahawks G J.R. Sweezy has gone in and out of the starting lineup while showing progress over the course of the season.

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2 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. dolphins4 says: Dec 28, 2012 9:28 AM

    It’s too bad Evan Mathis didn’t make the probowl I would have loved to see him miss a block in it and get the and get the QB or runningback lit up.

  2. scoregasmic says: Dec 28, 2012 11:11 AM

    In reference to the lions article…I’m terrified they will listen to everyone and draft a defensive end…I get that they need one…but MY GOD FIX EVERYTHING ELSE FIRST! The defensive line is fine Willie young is good enough, the secondary blows chunks, the offensive line can’t block their way out of a paper bag, the running game is non existent. PLEASE do something to fix the things that have been problems since the Barry Sanders era ended

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