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Monday morning one-liners

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Bills coach Doug Marrone criticized himself for two lost challenges in the second half.

Said Dolphins WR Brian Hartline of Sunday’s loss, “There really isn’t any explanation. I would like to think if we knew what the explanation was we would have corrected it. We didn’t. We lost and they played better and now we have three days until our next game.”

RB Stevan Ridley and CB Logan Ryan came off the bench to help the Patriots earn a win.

Jets CB Dee Milliner found his way to the bench for the second time this season.

Ravens RB Ray Rice is feeling healthier and ready to make more of an impact on the field.

WR Marvin Jones set a Bengals record with four touchdown catches on Sunday.

The Browns defense stiffened in the second half, but it was too little too late in the big picture.

Where does the blame lie for Sunday’s Steelers loss?

The Texans return from the bye with the same quarterback questions.

The Colts are well positioned for a run at the AFC South title.

Sunday was not a good day for the Jaguars defense.

A position-by-position look at the Titans at the end of their bye week.

The Broncos defense hit Redskins QB Robert Griffin III 13 times in Sunday’s win.

RB Anthony Sherman scored his first NFL touchdown in the Chiefs’ win over the Browns.

Raiders coach Dennis Allen thinks his team lacks “killer instinct” when they grab an early lead.

How do things stack up for the Chargers in the AFC West?

LB Sean Lee was a bright spot in the Cowboys loss.

Said Giants P Steve Weatherford when asked how he could have caught a high snap that turned into an Eagles touchdown, “If you could’ve given me LeBron James’ height and a stepladder.”

The Eagles couldn’t get RB LeSean McCoy or WR DeSean Jackson going against the Giants.

Playing well for more than two quarters wasn’t enough for the Redskins defense.

No big trades are likely for the Bears.

Coach Jim Schwartz said he may “rethink” his notion that no wins are bigger than others after Sunday’s thrilling Lions win.

Playing out of the slot paid off for Packers WR Jordy Nelson on Sunday night.

Five things that went wrong for the Vikings in their loss to the Packers.

RB Steven Jackson’s return to the lineup didn’t do much for the Falcons.

Monday will be a big day for Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart as he attempts to get activated from the PUP list.

The Saints got touchdowns from TE Jimmy Graham and WR Lance Moore in their returns from injury.

LB Lavonte David’s play has earned rave reviews even as the Buccaneers season collapses around him.

Cardinals RB Andre Ellington had a big day in the victory over the Falcons.

The Rams return to the big stage on Monday night.

A play called “Big Sleeper” woke up the 49ers on Sunday.

The Seahawks are looking for RB Marshawn Lynch to break out against the Rams.

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4 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. goraidersgospurs says: Oct 28, 2013 8:58 AM

    I really hope Hayden & Milliner does not turn out like the Russell & Quinn draft, where both players rated 1-2 @ there postion fade out!!!

  2. slizzyslizz says: Oct 28, 2013 9:02 AM

    Jets CB Dee Milliner found his way to the bench for the second time this season.

    …and Alabama could best Jacksonville. RIIIIIIIIIIGHT.

  3. slizzyslizz says: Oct 28, 2013 9:02 AM

    Beat*

  4. buttfumbles says: Oct 28, 2013 9:05 AM

    Miller is so bad.

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