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Tuesday morning one-liners

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton stands on the sidelines during the BEngals loss to the Houston Texans in their NFL AFC wildcard playoff football game in Houston Reuters

Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News thinks the Bills got themselves a strong presence in coach Doug Marrone.

Dolphins WR Davone Bess has some of the best fundamentals in the game.

The Patriots have done well against defenses coordinated by Wade Phillips in the past.

Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News defends the newspaper’s decision to send photographers to the Bahamas to take pictures of Jets coach Rex Ryan.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh wants S Bernard Pollard to hit lower.

Starting the offseason questions about the Bengals with QB Andy Dalton.

A vote for Lovie Smith as the next coach of the Browns.

There’s a one-man show set in Art Rooney Sr.’s Steelers office playing in Pittsburgh.

A look at how Texans WR Andre Johnson matches up with Patriots CB Aqib Talib.

Said Colts QB Andrew Luck, “It’s weird. You’ve been going 100 miles per hour for 20-something weeks. Now, you’re at zero miles per hour with nothing to do. It’s weird cleaning out your locker.”

Before DuJuan Harris started helping the Packers run the ball, he was a member of the Jaguars’ practice squad.

The Titans are coming up with ways to help QB Jake Locker improve.

Broncos S Mike Adams has been waiting a while for his first playoff experience.

Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star writes that the hard part starts now for Andy Reid and the Chiefs.

The Raiders made Michael Huff their team winner of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.

Chargers RB Ryan Mathews is still trying to prove his value.

WR Anthony Armstrong and eight other players signed future contracts with the Cowboys.

Breaking down what went wrong for Giants CB Corey Webster in 2012.

Said Eagles QB Michael Vick, “There’s a lot of uncertainty. That’s a part of it. I’m not going to focus on that right now. The season has just ended and I just want to take some time to reflect on what needs to be done moving forward. The most important thing is get healthy, get ready to go.”

Redskins P Sav Rocca will have surgery to repair a torn meniscus.

An early peek at possible free agent tackle options for the Bears.

The Lions could look to get more physical at cornerback.

Special teams coach Shawn Slocum is getting praise for the job his units have done this season.

Vikings K Blair Walsh is taking LS Cullen Loeffler with him to the Pro Bowl.

How do the Falcons’ special teams match up with the Seahawks?

Breaking down the candidates for general manager with the Panthers.

LB Austin Johnson and CB Dion Turner signed future contracts with the Saints.

Which route should the Buccaneers use to improve the secondary?

Debating the merits of the Cardinals waiting to hire a head coach.

The Rams feel they had a rookie class to build around this season.

There’s been a pattern to the 49ers’ results this season.

Said Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin of the team’s offense, “We’re going to be physical and consistent. And we’re going to do it until the other team can’t do it anymore.”

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1 Response to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. chattanola says: Jan 8, 2013 10:14 AM

    RE: 49ers’ pattern

    “It seemed strange – every third game like clock work, the 49ers collapsed during their third game of their 2012 regular season. Hence their record for the year went win-win-loss, win-win-loss, win-win-bye-tie, win-win-loss, win-win-loss win-?-?.”

    If the pattern continues, they beat GB then lose to Atlanta or Seattle in the NFC Championship.

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