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Monday morning one-liners

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A rib injury couldn’t stop Bills RB Fred Jackson from having a big day.

WR Brian Hartline had a tough day in the Dolphins loss.

Patriots CB Logan Ryan came up big on Sunday.

WR David Nelson paid the Browns back for cutting him with two touchdowns in the Jets win.

Said Ravens QB Joe Flacco of his injured knee, “I’m not going to worry myself now. We’re just going to worry about getting a win.”

Said Bengals G/T Andrew Whitworth of QB Andy Dalton, “He symbolizes what this team is. People can talk about this team and what we can’t accomplish and we keep bouncing back and accomplishing it and next week is no different. We’ve got an opportunity to seal up everything we want.”

Browns QB Jason Campbell criticized his own ability to handle adversity.

DE Brett Keisel returned from a foot injury to help the Steelers to victory.

DE Antonio Smith knows he may have played his final home game with the Texans on Sunday.

The Colts defense came up big on Sunday.

C Brad Meester’s first career catch was a Jaguars highlight in Sunday’s loss.

Titans coach Mike Munchak says a win next week would make a stronger case for keeping his job.

The Broncos will savor their bye week to open the playoffs.

Trash talking backfired on Chiefs DT Dontari Poe against the Colts.

Twelve penalties and two turnovers helped sink the Raiders.

K Nick Novak is two field goals away from tying the Chargers’ single-season record.

It took four tries, but Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray finally got into the end zone.

Neither injury nor stomach bug could slow Giants WR Jerrel Jernigan against the Lions.

Turning back to RB LeSean McCoy worked out well for the Eagles.

The Redskins had another slow start against the Cowboys.

Bears coach Marc Trestman thought his team played a “terrible” game on Sunday night.

RB Reggie Bush called his fumble in Sunday’s Lions loss a “cardinal sin.”

The Packers made too many mistakes against the Steelers to leave with a win.

Rookie WR Cordarrelle Patterson stood out as a bright spot for the Vikings in a lopsided loss.

DE Osi Umenyiora doesn’t know if he’ll remain a situational pass rusher for the Falcons in 2014.

The Panthers were able to keep their cool on a stormy Sunday.

The Saints need to show they can rebound from giving up their lead late in Sunday’s loss to the Panthers.

Buccaneers T Donald Penn had a tough time with Rams DE Robert Quinn.

If you’re only going to make one catch in a game, you could do worse than Cardinals WR Michael Floyd did in Seattle.

T Jake Long’s knee injury could alter the Rams’ offseason plans.

The 49ers defense feels healthy and ready for a playoff run.

Said Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin, “It’s a good thing that it happened here because now we know that we’re not invincible at home. This is going to help us, not only with the next game next week, but through the playoffs if we get home field advantage.”

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6 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. polegojim says: Dec 23, 2013 9:41 AM

    Lions effort was pathetic.

    Bears lose. Packers lose.

    Lions completely BLOW an entire game FULL of opportunities to win and gain a playoff spot.

    Stafford continues his brain-dead QB play and the D can’t stop the woeful NY O in a critical situation. Nothing different week in and week out.

    Teams that don’t ‘earn’ the playoffs don’t deserve to be there… Lions proved it was a joke to even put their name in the hat.

  2. polegojim says: Dec 23, 2013 10:04 AM

    Can Schwartz watch is on.

    Bring in the Chin! Bring in the Chin!

    Hopefully one of the last post gamers from him:

    “… Where we were, we can’t worry about where we were because it’s where you are in the present. We came up short today. We make no excuses for it.”

    Schwartz characterizes the progress of the organization during his tenure…

    “You know, I don’t know ,” he said. “I have always said that I would wait until the season is over to characterize it. I don’t think I should change that right now.

    “We have come a long way , but we are still not quite there, obviously. We are still a play away from turning these games around…”

    Not ‘quite’ there? Understatement of the season.
    ‘A play’ away? Which play? That’s reversed when you blow 5 – fourth quarter leads.

    If that doesn’t define lost, nothing does.

  3. packerbackernj says: Dec 23, 2013 10:12 AM

    And so the NFC North will be decided by the only rivalry in the North anyone cares about.

  4. MyTeamsAllStink says: Dec 23, 2013 10:59 AM

    the difference between the old raiders and now was the Raiders would already be up big when they started getting the personal foul penalties.Now they do it at the worst possible times extending the opponents drive

  5. chawk12thman says: Dec 23, 2013 3:17 PM

    I think that I disagree with Baldwin. If I had too, I would rather have won, sewn up the playoff home field advantage and then lost to the Rams next weekend to get rid of the era of invincibility. However, I was actually hoping they would have kept that throughout the playoffs all the way to the Super Bowl.

    In any case, Go Hawks!

  6. thereyougo2 says: Dec 23, 2013 5:32 PM

    Don’t worry about anything Seattle, Percy Harvin is waiting in the wings plus you’ve got an actor for a head coach.

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