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Monday morning one-liners

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The Bills are “swinging for the fences” by hiring Doug Marrone as their next head coach.

Dave Hyde of the Sun-Sentinel looks at the Dolphins legacy of Nick Saban.

Recent playoff experience against the Jets should remind the Patriots that regular season blowouts don’t always equal playoff victories.

The Jets got a lot of snaps for the dollars they spent on safeties Yeremiah Bell and LaRon Landry.

Ravens WR Anquan Boldin said he feels like this is the team’s year after his 145 receiving yards helped them advance to the next round.

Members of the Bengals offense know that there needs to be improvement next season.

Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer thinks the Browns are better off without Chip Kelly.

Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey and LS Greg Warren were honored for their fundamentals.

Five plays that sank the Texans in their last meeting with the Patriots.

The Colts missed on too many scoring chances to have a chance to beat the Ravens.

Former Jaguars QB Mark Brunell will be coaching high school in Jacksonville.

Said Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck of being a backup, “Some guys might feel differently at the stage I am in my career or whatever. But the only thing that’s important to me that goes with that is I want to be on a team that is good and that is heading in the right direction.”

The Broncos will be seeing some different faces from their first meeting with the Ravens.

A t-shirt celebrating Andy Reid’s move to the Chiefs has been pulled off the shelves.

CSNBayArea.com names K Sebastian Janikowski the Raiders’ special teams player of the year.

Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune believes the Chargers franchise needs a face.

Where do the Cowboys stack up in the NFC East moving into the future?

A look at what went wrong for the Giants pass rush this season.

The Eagles coaching search moves on without Chip Kelly.

Thomas Boswell of the Washington Post writes that Redskins QB Robert Griffin III provided the best and worst of the NFL on Sunday.

A vote for the Bears to hire Bruce Arians as their next head coach.

If the Lions offense had parents, they wouldn’t be thrilled with this year’s report card.

The run game has stepped up its presence in the Packers offense.

The Vikings should be able to build on this year’s success as they head into the 2013 season.

Are these the 10 best plays of the Falcons season?

Former Panthers Jeff Lewis and Bryan Stoltenberg died within a day of each other last week.

Saints coach Sean Payton thinks Doug Marrone is ready for his new job with the Bills.

Bill Sheridan is likely to return for a second year as Buccaneers defensive coordinator.

A look at where the Cardinals’ coaching search stands right now.

Rams QB Sam Bradford earned a C+ for the 2012 season on this report card.

Looking back at the 49ers’ regular season win against the Packers.

A fumble near the end zone didn’t shake Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch’s faith in himself.

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1 Response to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. dolphins4 says: Jan 7, 2013 10:06 AM

    Yo Jeffrey penny pinching,tightwad,loser Lurie hire someone that knows how to win Super Bowls like Jon Gruden,Mike holmgren,Bill Cowher orLovie Smith.

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