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Sunday morning one-liners

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The Bills have faith in G J.J. ‘Unga’s ability to move into the starting lineup if Kraig Urbik can’t play.

Tracing G Sam Brenner’s unlikely route to the Dolphins lineup.

WR Danny Amendola will play a vital role in the Patriots offense for the rest of the season.

Said Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn of RB Chris Ivory, “He’s not a satisfied runner.”

Ravens coach John Harbaugh will have plenty of supporters in Detroit.

A look at Bengals QB Andy Dalton and the reasons for his inconsistency.

Browns QB Jason Campbell will be reunited with former Bears teammates this weekend.

The Steelers can stop the Bengals from clinching the AFC North on Sunday.

Texans S D.J. Swearinger will be trying to bounce back from a rough Week 14.

LB Erik Walden has gone from small town life in Dublin, Georgia to an NFL career with the Colts.

QB Blaine Gabbert could be in his final days with the Jaguars.

WR Kenny Britt’s time with the Titans may be coming to an end.

A call for Broncos WR Wes Welker to sit out the rest of the regular season.

Chiefs G Jeff Allen has handled adversity well throughout his life.

RB Marcel Reece is comfortable doing a little bit of everything with the Raiders.

The Chargers are still impressed by Thursday’s defensive effort.

Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram thinks the Cowboys need QB Tony Romo more than ever.

Giants S Stevie Brown has a lot of support as he rehabs a torn ACL.

How have the Eagles turned things around defensively?

FB Darrel Young plays an important role in the Redskins running game.

Said Bears coach Marc Trestman on QB Jay Cutler, “I wouldn’t be prepared for any of those hypotheticals. We plan on him playing and playing well and those situations come up game by game with anybody. But I wouldn’t go near that one other than the fact that I expect Jay to play efficiently and play well. That’s why he’s going to be up.

The Lions expect a playoff atmosphere on Monday night.

Packers players remain confident in defensive coordinator Dom Capers.

Defensive linemen Jared Allen and Kevin Williams are enjoying what could be the end of their time with the Vikings.

Losing veterans from last year’s team didn’t work out for the Falcons.

Panthers DT Star Lotulelei’s actions speak louder than his words.

Should Saints coach Sean Payton be the NFL’s coach of the year?

Is Buccaneers offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan’s job in jeopardy?

The Cardinals have reached a comfort zone with coach Bruce Arians’ offense.

The Rams hope they can surprise the Saints for the second time in three years.

S Bubba Ventrone has been a key part of the 49ers special teams.

The Seahawks run defense needs to rebound this Sunday.

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3 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. randomguy9999 says: Dec 15, 2013 8:57 AM

    article is right… Denver should sit Welker until the playoffs… Welker should sit Welker for that matter after getting blasted like that twice so close together

  2. boomboombrown says: Dec 15, 2013 10:51 AM

    Keep Capers. It’s the personnel that’s soft.

  3. majormeatcurtains says: Dec 15, 2013 11:16 AM

    I agree. Take a seat Welker. We need you in January.

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