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Monday morning one-liners

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Bills linebacker Arthur Moats was honored for his charity work with United Way.

The offensive line provided the Dolphins with plenty of trouble last season.

The Patriots are well stocked should LB Brandon Spikes leave in free agency.

Former Jets RB Curtis Martin is happy the team held onto coach Rex Ryan.

Many past and present Ravens weighed in with thoughts on the Super Bowl.

What could the Bengals learn from the Super Bowl?

Did the Browns wind up upgrading their coaching staff?

Six things the Steelers learned about QB Ben Roethlisberger last season.

The Texans website did an interview with Clemson QB Tajh Boyd.

Colts LB Robert Mathis reflected on winning the Deacon Jones Award on Saturday night.

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley had a hand in the Seahawks’ Super Bowl win.

Will higher prices end sellouts for the Titans?

The Broncos’ season changed for good in the first 12 seconds of each half.

An appreciation of Andy Reid’s first season as Chiefs coach.

No. 19 doesn’t have much of a history with the Raiders.

The ups, downs and everything else of Chargers T Jeromey Clary.

The Seahawks’ win felt a bit like the Cowboys’ back-to-back wins in the 1990s.

Giants QB Eli Manning had no happy face to put on his brother’s loss in the Super Bowl.

A look at some of the young Eagles who are expected to move into bigger roles next season.

The Redskins were the cause of some laughs in the Virginia State Senate.

Reviewing Bears G Kyle Long’s rookie season.

Joe Namath expressed his fondness for Lions QB Matthew Stafford.

Looking back at Seahawks G.M. John Schneider’s days with the Packers.

The destruction of the Metrodome to make room for the Vikings’ new home is continuing.

WR Roddy White doesn’t want to play for anyone but the Falcons.

Running down the top plays of the Panthers season.

Saints QB Drew Brees and his wife are expecting their fourth child.

Are the Buccaneers a potential suitor for QB Michael Vick?

The Seahawks’ victory reflects well on the Cardinals.

Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch breaks down former Rams CB Aeneas Williams’ Hall of Fame selection.

The 49ers’ rivalry with the Seahawks may grow with Seattle’s championship added to the mix.

Said Seahawks quarterbacks coach Carl Smith of QB Russell Wilson, “He’s a world champion. How about that one? They can say a lot of stuff, but one thing they’ve got to say now is he’s a world champion.”

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4 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. tennesseeoilers says: Feb 3, 2014 9:59 AM

    If the new definition of game manager is Russell Wilson, then that’s what I want my favorite player to become. #jakelocker

    -Titan Fan

  2. gbrim says: Feb 3, 2014 10:48 AM

    The answer to the question posed in the Browns headline is ‘no’.

  3. jmblosser82 says: Feb 3, 2014 11:26 AM

    I bet Wilson is saying Luck and RG who right about now. Wilson prepares well, not really a game manager but not a top 5 QB yet either. He played efficiently, with a smothering defense in the SB. Nice passer stats but he’s had several game manager-average games in his career.

    Now that the Hawks won the SB, who sees this team splitting over the next 2-3 years when the defensive cheap contract players will most likely want to get paid? I don’t truly see Wilson breaking the bank but the legion of boom most likely will.

    Enjoy the win hawks, may be a rough few seasons for ya.

  4. electricboogalo says: Feb 3, 2014 12:21 PM

    “The destruction of the Metrodome is continuing.” Didn’t Aaron Rodgers already do this last year?

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