Said Bills coach Doug Marrone of RB Fred Jackson, “He just continues to amaze me. The way he goes about his business, I give him credit. Everyone knows we took him out during this week to rest him a little bit. He’s taken some good shots along the year. Early on, I think maybe some other players that have had what he has—I’m not sure they can go out and perform like that. I give him a lot of credit and I admire him for that.”
The lack of a run game creates other problems for the Miami offense.
It’s been a low key celebration of the Bengals’ division title.
The Browns don’t register much on the national stage.
Some of the young Steelers linebackers have found their footing.
The Texans are down to one healthy tight end.
The Jaguars receivers have turned in consistent performances this season.
The Titans will try to snap a five-game home losing streak this week.
The Chiefs are expected to sign FB Eric Kettani to their practice squad.
The Raiders know all of their opponents for next season.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly has shown a talent for connecting with the team’s fanbase.
Nick Williams showed the Redskins some skills as a kick returner.
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Packers coach Mike McCarthy wishes the “officiating mechanics were intact” at the end of his team’s loss to the Steelers.
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Said Saints S Malcolm Jenkins of S Kenny Vaccaro’s injury, “That’s a tough loss to us. He’s definitely a big part of what we do on defense, but we’ve got guys that fill in, and anytime someone’s gotten injured this year, we’ve had guys fill in a play well. So I think we’ll be all right.”
The Cardinals are trying to remain focused only on the things they can control.
The Rams’ run defense has shown improvement of late.
Said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, “Don’t go all crazy on us now. We’ve had a terrific season.”