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Monday morning one-liners

CHARLOTTE, NC - JANUARY 03:  Devin Funchess #17 of the Carolina Panthers reacts after making a catch during their game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Bank of America Stadium on January 3, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images) Getty Images

Bills WR Sammy Watkins reached 1,000 receiving yards in Sunday’s win.

WR DeVante Parker closed his rookie season with the Dolphins on a high note.

Breaking down a conservative offensive game plan for the Patriots.

Sheldon Richardson expects changes on the Jets defensive line this offseason.

Lardarius Webb played safety for the Ravens on Sunday and expects that position to be his home in the future as well.

The Bengals run game closed out the regular season with a strong effort.

It’s again time for the Browns to try to build a successful organization.

Said Steelers DE Cam Heyward, “We have been granted a third chance, so hopefully we can capitalize on it.”

The Texans will turn to Chris Clark after T Duane Brown’s injury.

Chuck Pagano got a lot of support from Colts players on Sunday.

Making the case that the Jaguars haven’t closed the gap between them and winning teams.

Should the Titans hold onto interim head coach Mike Mularkey?

S Shiloh Keo came up with a huge interception for the Broncos on Sunday.

Chiefs QB Alex Smith threw interceptions on two straight passes against the Raiders.

Said Raiders S Charles Woodson after his final NFL game, “Mentally I know it’s over. I feel like finally I can just … breathe.”

A concussion brought an early end to Chargers WR Malcom Floyd’s swan song.

The Cowboys have their highest draft position in 25 years.

Sunday’s loss means the Giants will be heading to London for a game next season.

Eagles LB Marcus Smith got his first NFL sack in Week 17.

There was a sharp decline in sacks allowed by the Redskins this season.

The Fridge made an appearance at the Bears’ season finale.

Lions DE Ziggy Ansah closed a strong season with a strong outing.

A good night on defense wasn’t enough for the Packers.

Said Vikings LB Chad Greenway, “It’s a great feeling. We got a hat and a shirt. We’re at the top of the North. I don’t know why we’re not like baseball and don’t drink Champagne.”

Five questions to kick off the Falcons offseason.

WR Devin Funchess played well for the Panthers in Week 17.

Some Saints veterans took a moment to commemorate a long run together after the end of Sunday’s win.

Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston wants to see a different mentality from the team next season.

The Cardinals were horrid on special teams against the Seahawks.

It was a tough Sunday for Rams K Greg Zuerlein.

49ers LB Navorro Bowman led the NFL in tackles after missing all of last season.

The Seahawks closed the regular season firing on all cylinders.

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2 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. kamthechancellor says: Jan 4, 2016 7:45 AM

    Props and respect to Navarro Bowman. If not for Eric Berry, he’d be my comeback player of the year.

  2. mdobrasz says: Jan 4, 2016 7:51 AM

    Even as a huge Raiders fan, I can’t WAIT to stop hearing about Charles Woodson every single there’s a headline about my team. Yes, he was one of the all-time best and, yes, he’s retiring…..never going to play again…..had great stats and a superbowl ring. Ok, got it! Now, let’s not beat that dead horse any more!

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