Skip to content

Friday morning one-liners

efbea29430df16347fce6fee6370a948 AP

Trips to Toronto haven’t gone well for the Bills in the past.

A group of Dolphins fans hope to make their presence felt at MetLife Stadium this weekend.

Patriots LB Brandon Spikes hasn’t let injuries keep him from making an impact on the field.

The Jets need to see some improvement from CB Dee Milliner and WR Stephen Hill.

T Michael Oher had a rough time in Thursday’s Ravens win.

The Bengals will travel to San Diego on Friday instead of Saturday.

Browns G Jason Pinkston is thankful for his health.

Said Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger of why it took the offense so long to get going, “I don’t know. Maybe with the no-huddle, going up-tempo, working with coach Haley during timeouts … I thought we did well tonight, but we were a little too late.”

Texans TE Owen Daniels doesn’t know if he’ll be able to play in Week 14.

The Colts are counting on a rebound from QB Andrew Luck this week.

Jaguars WR Cecil Shorts is excited about returning to his hometown of Cleveland.

A vote of support for Titans QB Jake Locker.

Losing weight hasn’t cost Broncos DT Derek Wolfe in terms of playing time.

Frank Zombo is preparing to replace Justin Houston at linebacker for the Chiefs.

Playing his former team brought out the best in Raiders WR Andre Holmes.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers called the Bengals defense “a heck of a group.”

Said Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar of his big day, “I was waiting for this day. I’ve had to be patient. But I’ve always believed it would happen.”

Giants G/C Kevin Boothe has adapted well to the constantly shifting nature of this year’s offensive line.

A heavy workload has agreed with Eagles RB LeSean McCoy.

Redskins RB Alfred Morris is on pace to become the seventh player with more than 3,000 rushing yards over his first two seasons.

The Bears could dial “999” against the Vikings this weekend.

CB Darius Slay played well for the Lions on Thanksgiving.

Slay played well, but the same cannot be said of Packers T David Bakhtiari.

The Vikings want to exploit the leaky Bears run defense.

Falcons RB Steven Jackson plans to run with passion against the Bills.

With 51 yards, Panthers WR Steve Smith will move into 20th on the NFL’s all-time list.

Saints G Tim Lelito has been playing with a heavy heart in recent weeks.

QB Mike Glennon’s five multi-touchdown games are a Buccaneers rookie record.

The Cardinals feel good about the camaraderie that exists in their locker room.

Rams QB Kellen Clemens is finding it hard to to find a weakness in the 49ers defense.

What should 49ers fans be thankful for these days?

Weather could be on the Seahawks’ side on Monday night.

Permalink 1 Comment Feed for comments Latest Stories in: Home, Rumor Mill
1 Response to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. darkneptune73 says: Nov 29, 2013 10:01 AM

    Nice to see the Bears one-liner requires a subscription to read…

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!