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Friday morning one-liners

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant gets away from San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Manti Te'o for a first half touchdown during their NFL football game in San Diego Reuters

Said Bills QB Jeff Tuel, “It took me a little bit to get going. It’s been a while since I’ve had any live bullets like that. Especially against ‘ones’ like that, but after just a few snaps I felt like I settled in there a little bit and was seeing better and slowing down a little bit.”

Dolphins LB Dannell Ellerbe thinks it will be a little weird to play against his former Ravens teammates.

Patriots WR Aaron Dobson said his neck is feeling better after he injured it on Sunday night.

Rookie G Brian Winters feels ready to make his first start for the Jets.

The Ravens would like to pick up the pace on offense.

A breakdown of the first quarter of the Bengals season.

Browns WR Josh Gordon made up for an early drop with a touchdown catch.

The Steelers defense isn’t what it used to be.

Texans T Duane Brown is moving closer to a return to the lineup.

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star doesn’t think this year’s Colts team needs its quarterback to be great in order to win.

The NFL ruled that Jaguars RB Jordan Todman shouldn’t have been penalized for a late hit last weekend.

Three matchups to watch when the Titans take on the Chiefs.

Broncos QB Peyton Manning prefers talking about the next opponent to talking about his legacy.

RB Jamaal Charles, S Kendrick Lewis and CB Brandon Flowers all returned to practice for the Chiefs.

RB Rashad Jennings is likely to get his moment in the spotlight for the Raiders this weekend.

Taking a look at new Chargers WR Lavelle Hawkins.

Double coverage doesn’t faze Cowboys WR Dez Bryant.

The Giants defense feels it is ready to take on the fast pace of the Eagles offense.

The Eagles hope this weekend’s meeting with a Manning brother goes better than the one they had last weekend.

Which Redskins need to step up upon the team’s return from their week off?

Questioning whether Bears QB Jay Cutler is consistent enough to lead the team to the playoffs.

The Lions aren’t paying much attention to Packers QB Aaron Rodgers‘ struggles against the Bengals.

Packers K Mason Crosby has regained his focus after a rough 2012 season.

Fullbacks have been a big help to both the Vikings and the University of Minnesota.

The Falcons defense hopes to continue its success against rookie quarterbacks.

DT Colin Cole is making the most of his second chance with the Panthers.

The Saints are reportedly adding former CFL WR Chris Williams to either their roster or practice squad.

What’s next for QB Josh Freeman after his release from the Buccaneers?

John Abraham is enjoying his role on the Cardinals defense.

The Rams are going to have to improvise in the secondary this weekend.

Does the arrival of John Skelton signal that the 49ers are uncomfortable with Colt McCoy as their backup quarterback?

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson said the team will need to play its best game to beat the Colts.

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3 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. gnrfan8804 says: Oct 4, 2013 8:47 AM

    Tuel is awful. If ej is out anytime, bills screwed (not that we were world beaters anyways)

  2. benchokeshischikin says: Oct 4, 2013 10:33 AM

    It’s a damn shame the Steelers are the toilet bowl of the NFL. It’s going to be fun to watch Big Jen try to handle the losing. Now we will see exactly how loyal the degenerate Steeler fan base really is. Oh the joy! My cup runneth over:)

  3. tokyosandblaster says: Oct 4, 2013 11:20 AM

    It’s clear to most that Adrian Peterson didn’t really deserve that MVP. Without Felton, that guy is a poor man’s Mark Ingram.

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