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Sunday morning one-liners

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QB E.J. Manuel is more concerned with the future of the Bills than the organization’s past.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald thinks the Dolphins will get a better test of their abilities against the Colts this weekend than they got in Week One.

The Patriots roster has a lot of continuity and a lot of fresh faces at the same time.

A walk down a memory lane devoted to Jets QB Mark Sanchez.

The Ravens want more offensive balance this weekend.

Special teams usually looms large when the Bengals meet the Steelers.

Browns T Mitchell Schwartz is likely going to have his hands full with Ravens pass rushers.

Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson said his charges failed at both protecting the ball and the quarterback in Week One.

Said Texans running backs coach Chick Harris of Arian Foster and Ben Tate, “It’s a good combination to have. Sometimes when things are going bad or whatever, then you put the other style of runner in there and things happen for you.”

Stopping Dolphins DE Cameron Wake’s “toolbox full of rushes” will be a priority for the Colts on Sunday.

Said Jaguars G Uche Nwaneri of traveling to Oakland, It’s a hostile territory. “It’s going to be loud. It’s going to electric and I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

The Titans have to do a better job of stopping Texans tight ends this season.

RB Montee Ball would love more carries, but he’s smart enough to know that’s not how the Broncos offense ticks.

Chiefs owner Clark Hunt called 2012 the toughest year of his professional life.

The Raiders are looking for improved tempo on offense against the Jaguars.

Chargers DT Kwame Geathers will be on the opposite sideline from his brother Clifton, a defensive end for the Eagles.

WR Miles Austin’s spot on the Cowboys depth chart is less important than his productivity.

The thrice-repaired knee of Giants CB Terrell Thomas will get a workout against the Broncos.

Eagles LB Mychal Kendrick hears tough criticism from his father.

The Redskins play the Packers on Sunday, but they can also use them as a blueprint for future success.

Former Bears RB Rick Casares died on Friday night at the age of 82.

Lions CB Darius Slay says he’s looking forward to squaring off with the Cardinals’ receivers.

The Packers have never made the playoffs after starting 0-2, so they’d like to avoid such a start to the season on Sunday.

Vikings WR Jerome Simpson shares his thoughts on his fast start to the season.

The Falcons pass rush will be trying to force the Rams offense to allow a sack of Sam Bradford, something it hasn’t done in three games dating back to last season.

If the Panthers have their way on Sunday, a young Bills secondary will be picked apart.

Saints T Zach Strief hopes the team’s run blocking is improved from Week One.

A call for veteran savvy to show itself with the Buccaneers.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians wants his team to believe in itself more.

The Rams won’t be the team facing pressure in their matchup with the Falcons.

WR Anquan Boldin gives the 49ers a little more physicality against the Seahawks.

Seattle may be hit with thunderstorms during Sunday night’s Seahawks game.

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