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Monday morning one-liners

Philadelphia Eagles' Ryan Mathews dives for a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Michael Perez) AP

Winning the offseason didn’t help the Bills in Week One.

The Dolphins defense had its worst moments at the worst time on Sunday.

Said Patriots WR Danny Amendola, “People are going to say what they want on the outside, but we know if we do our job, it always gives us a chance to win the game.”

Jets K Nick Folk had a very bad day.

Youth was served on the left side of the Ravens offensive line.

The Bengals overcame a rough day for their offensive line.

Said Browns coach Hue Jackson, “We’ll get better. We need to keep working. But I saw signs of things being better, I did, I really did. So we’ve got to take the good and grow from it and eliminate the bad.”

Steelers LB Jarvis Jones knows he needs a big season.

LB Whitney Mercilus picked up where he left off for the Texans.

The Colts may be pulling people off the street to fill out their secondary.

Jaguars WR Allen Robinson lamented his inability to reel in a touchdown catch.

Things unraveled in a hurry for the Titans.

The Broncos have turned their attention toward the Colts.

RB Spencer Ware was a big spark for the Chiefs on Sunday.

Debut performances can’t go much better than Raiders RB Jalen Richard’s went on Sunday.

WR Keenan Allen’s knee injury added to a terrible day for the Chargers.

Cowboys rookie RB Ezekiel Elliott called his NFL debut “average.”

How did the new faces on the Giants defense fare on Sunday?

Eagles RB Ryan Mathews felt good about taking on a healthy workload.

Watching his son live with autism has served as inspiration for Redskins DE Ziggy Hood.

Bears LB Leonard Floyd had a sack in his regular season debut.

Confidence in Lions QB Matthew Stafford was high as time ran down.

Packers WR Jordy Nelson had a touchdown catch in his return to the lineup.

The Vikings have their defense to thank for Sunday’s comeback.

Poor tackling remains a problem for the Falcons.

WR Kelvin Benjamin stepped right back into being the top target in the Panthers’ passing game.

A late pass interference call bothered Saints LB Craig Robertson.

Buccaneers defensive coordinator Mike Smith was a winner in his return to Atlanta.

The Cardinals believe CB Brandon Williams will be better in the future.

WR Tavon Austin is set for a big role in the Rams offense on Monday night.

49ers QB Blaine Gabbert brings consistency to the table.

DE Cassius Marsh had some big plays for the Seahawks.

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1 Response to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. bobthebillsfan says: Sep 12, 2016 2:21 PM

    He Colts, I played corner in high school and I was pretty good. Would you like me to come in for a try out?

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