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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Bills RB C.J. Spiller thinks teams will try to follow the Jets’ defensive blueprint against them in the future.

The Dolphins have some things to fix in their pass protection.

Said Patriots DE Rob Ninkovich of CB Aqib Talib, “He’s an amazing player, and I’m happy that he’s here. I’m happy that Tampa decided to trade him to us. I think that we have a guy that can go against the best in the league, and he’s able to pretty much shut them down. It’s a great feeling to have a guy that’s that good on the corner.”

After 20 penalties last Sunday, the Jets will have to do pushups for penalties in practice this week.

The Ravens secondary has shown improvement since the opening week of the season.

Bengals CB Leon Hall had a strong game working out of the slot against the Packers.

CB Buster Skrine had one of his better days since joining the Browns.

TE Heath Miller played a major role in the Steelers offense in his first game of the season.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak’s concerns about the offense extend beyond QB Matt Schaub.

QB Andrew Luck’s decision to keep the ball and run for a touchdown against the 49ers came as a surprise to Colts coach Chuck Pagano.

The Jaguars hope they’ll get TE Marcedes Lewis back in the lineup this week.

DE Kamerion Wimbley’s role with the Titans is shrinking.

It isn’t easy to come up with words that accurately capture the Broncos passing offense.

LB Nico Johnson is trying to return to the Chiefs lineup after suffering a high ankle sprain.

Raiders RB Darren McFadden didn’t uncover much running room on Monday night.

The Chargers are fond of RB Danny Woodhead’s situational awareness.

Said Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray, “It just so happened that the running game was a little bit more vital this week than it was in the past weeks.You’ve just got to pick your poison and continue to just work hard and whatever you can do to get the win, that’s the most important thing.”

There are no easy fixes available for the Giants.

The Eagles have problems in several spots, but they appear to be fixable.

Redskins coach Mike Shanahan found no fault with a couple of calls that went against his team in their loss to the Lions.

Things went well for the Bears on Sunday night, even if their offense wasn’t quite up to snuff.

Rookie CB Darius Slay is struggling for the Lions.

Packers RB Eddie Lacy expects to return to action after the bye.

The Vikings placed FB Zach Line on injured reserve to make room for FB Jerome Felton’s return from suspension.

Falcons PR Harry Douglas violated the team’s edict against fielding a punt after more than one bounce and paid for it with a fumble.

The Panthers aren’t saying who will start at linebacker between Jon Beason and Chase Blackburn going forward.

Saints C Brian de la Puente says the team’s pass protection was “unacceptable” in Week Three.

No big changes are planned for the Buccaneers offense.

The Cardinals feel they should have wound up with more sacks against the Saints.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher called Thursday night’s game with the 49ers “a defining moment” for the team.

Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle takes the 49ers to task for their handling of LB Aldon Smith’s DUI arrest before Sunday’s game.

The Seahawks avoided any serious injuries while routing the Jaguars.

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