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Sunday morning one-liners

SAN DIEGO, CA - NOVEMBER 22: Melvin Ingram #54 of the San Diego Chargers enters the stadium before a game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Qualcomm Stadium on November 22, 2015 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images) Getty Images

Bills coach Rex Ryan is under pressure as the season begins.

What do the Dolphins need to do to beat the Seahawks?

The Patriots will need TE Martellus Bennett to step up in his first game with the team.

Said Jets WR Eric Decker, “Cincinnati was a playoff team last year. We have to come out and establish who we are. No better way to do it than against a playoff-caliber team.”

The Ravens may be at a crossroad in 2016.

The Bengals paid a visit to the 9/11 Memorial during their trip to face the Jets.

A walk down a depressing memory lane of Browns season openers.

No Markus Wheaton for the Steelers means more opportunities for Sammie Coates, Eli Rogers and Darrius Heyward-Bey at wide receiver.

Texans DL Devon Still’s long layoff comes to an end Sunday.

Rookie S T.J. Green hopes Colts opponents test him.

WR Rashad Greene is trying to make an impact out of the slot for the Jaguars.

How will the Titans split the playing time for their running backs?

The Broncos don’t get a long time to savor their victory over the Panthers.

With S Eric Berry’s roster exemption over, LB Dezman Moses was cut by the Chiefs.

The Raiders think they can compete with the best in the NFL and get a chance to start proving it on Sunday.

Chargers LB Melvin Ingram is set for a key role this season.

The Cowboys will be counting on T Tyron Smith this Sunday.

Giants G Justin Pugh thinks the Giants gave last year’s opener away.

TE Trey Burton appears likely to miss the Eagles opener.

Five players the Redskins need to step up against the Steelers.

The Bears will be trying to contain J.J. Watt on Sunday.

Lions LB DeAndre Levy shares stories about his travels and his thoughts on ways to improve the game.

The Packers will get the first crack at a revamped Jaguars defense.

Do the Vikings have or need a No.1 wide receiver?

The Falcons may be better equipped to run a no-huddle offense.

A look back at the Panthers’ final drive from Thursday night.

Former Saints LB Rickey Jackson isn’t sure this year’s defense is better than it was in 2015.

The words of Dr. Seuss are a guide for Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter.

LB Chandler Jones gets his first chance to make a splash for the Cardinals.

Flexibility is an important part of the Rams’ defensive approach.

49ers T Trent Brown does what he can to keep from getting a big head.

The Seahawks would like a faster start to the season than they had last year.

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