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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Bills veterans want to end the year on a winning note. 

There was some praying on the Dolphins sideline as the Steelers almost pulled off a wild game-winning play. 

Patriots RB Stevan Ridley was able to avoid fumbling in Week 14. 

DE Quinton Coples is starting to fulfill his potential with the Jets. 

Where’s the Ravens pass rush been the last few weeks?

The Bengals offensive line had a good day on Sunday. 

Browns coach Rob Chudzinski focused on his team’s failure to recover an onside kick rather than officiating in Monday’s press conference. 

Several Steelers veterans have uncertain futures with the team. 

Said Texans interim head coach Wade Phillips on how backup QB T.J. Yates hurt his back, “Sitting on the bench, I guess.”

The Colts know they need to put forth a better defensive effort in future weeks. 

Jaguars WR Cecil Shorts is gunning for 1,000 receiving yards. 

RB Chris Johnson says he doesn’t want to leave the Titans. 

Jason Elam was happy to see another Broncos kicker break the record for longest field goal. 

Longer cleats worked out well for the Chiefs on Sunday. 

Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group gave the Raiders coaches harsh grades for their work against the Jets. 

Chargers LB Melvin Ingram said he felt “great” in his first action of the 2013 season. 

It was another humiliating outing for the Cowboys defense. 

Giants WR Victor Cruz thinks beating the Seahawks would make the team’s season more disappointing. 

The Eagles expect S Earl Wolff to practice this week

Redskins RB Evan Royster is headed for injured reserve

Monday night brought a new addition to Bears WR Alshon Jeffrey’s highlight reel. 

The Lions won’t need to worry about snow again this season. 

S Sean Richardson is in line for more playing time in the Packers secondary. 

Vikings QB Christian Ponder has been cleared for practice. 

Falcons coach Mike Smith said he wasn’t feeling pressure to play younger players in the final weeks. 

Mike Mitchell and Quintin Mikell played every snap for the Panthers defense against the Saints. 

The Saints secondary had a good night on Sunday. 

Buccaneers QB Mike Glennon got a day off on Monday to recharge his batteries. 

The Cardinals didn’t get much good luck with this year’s rookie class. 

Penalties continue to be a problem for the Rams. 

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh remains unbeaten while coaching in black cleats

Coach Pete Carroll hopes losing to the 49ers will be a learning opportunity for the Seahawks. 

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