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Friday morning one-liners


Should the Bills rest RB C.J. Spiller to get his ankle back to 100 percent?

The Dolphins offensive line knows they need to perform better this weekend.

WR Julian Edelman’s punt returns have been a strength for the Patriots this year.

Jets TE Jeff Cumberland has made some big plays in the passing game.

Cleaning up the blocking remains a priority for the Ravens.

The Bengals will see a lot of similarities when they face the Lions.

Browns CB Buster Skrine credits his competitiveness with helping him succeed in the NFL.

LB LaMarr Woodley is healthy and making an impact for the Steelers defense.

The Texans were going to start Shiloh Keo at safety in place of Danieal Manning, but they’ve switched to rookie D.J. Swearinger.

The Colts will renew acquaintances with WR Wes Welker on Sunday night.

Jaguars coaches take issue with the notion that DE Andre Branch is struggling.

Titans TE Delanie Walker faces his former 49ers teammates this weekend.

CB Champ Bailey gave himself negative marks in his return to action for the Broncos.

Chiefs QB Alex Smith says he doesn’t spend much time thinking about his individual numbers.

The Raiders are being cautious with LB Miles Burris‘ return from the PUP list.

Chargers T King Dunlap would like to see RB Ryan Mathews run for 100 yards every week.

Cowboys TE Jason Witten likes what he’s seen from wide receivers Dwayne Harris and Terrance Williams.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took a shot at the Giants while congratulating Cory Booker on his election to the United States Senate.

DL Fletcher Cox is finding his footing in the Eagles defensive scheme.

Redskins T Trent Williams is preparing himself for a Sunday date with Bears DE Julius Peppers.

Brian Urlacher doesn’t think Jon Bostic will have a hard time stepping in as the Bears middle linebacker.

Lions WR Calvin Johnson won’t be mentoring Bengals WR A.J. Green this weekend.

The Packers are hopeful LB Mike Neal will practice on Friday.

QB Matt Cassel thinks the Vikings decided to elevate Josh Freeman to the starting lineup before last weekend’s game.

Falcons DL Corey Peters is looking forward to getting back on the field after the bye.

DT Dwan Edwards is getting closer to returning to the field for the Panthers.

The Saints defense is trying to make a historic turnaround.

Buccaneers offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan has shifted to a seat up in the booth after starting the year on the sideline.

A failure to stop Russell Wilson from scrambling helped sink the Cardinals.

The Rams have found success in the red zone this season.

Who will start for the 49ers if NT Glenn Dorsey can’t play on Sunday?

The Seahawks got strong games from WR Sidney Rice and CB Brandon Browner on Thursday night.

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2 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. tennesseeoilers says: Oct 18, 2013 8:41 AM

    “The Rams have found success in the red zone this season.” ~ PFT

    Whether it was Steve McNair’s arm/legs, Eddie George’s power, or “early Chris Johnson,” Jeff Fisher’s teams have always rocked in the Red Zone. The common denominator? Fisher’s insistence on beastly offensive lines.

  2. petehemlock says: Oct 18, 2013 9:12 AM

    Jeff Cumberland – Jets TE – is far underrated and woefully underused.

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