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Tuesday morning one-liners

LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 20:  Quarterback Alex Smith #11 of the Kansas City Chiefs looks to pass in the first quarter against the Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on August 20, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images) Getty Images

Rehashing the ugliness of the Bills offense.

The Dolphins defense held up well until the final Seahawks drive.

WR Malcolm Mitchell was productive in his Patriots debut.

Jets coach Todd Bowles didn’t feel like going over some aspects of Sunday’s loss.

The Ravens have seen a fair amount of Browns QB Josh McCown over the years.

Bengals offensive coordinator Ken Zampese had a good first game in the new job.

Said Browns QB Josh McCown of starting, “At my tender age, these opportunities, you don’t take lightly.”

RB DeAngelo Williams came up big for the Steelers.

RB Lamar Miller likes the soreness that comes with a big role in the Texans offense.

Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star called Colts LB Sio Moore’s Sunday performance “obviously outstanding in a sea of wretchedness.”

Breaking down some missed opportunities for the Jaguars.

The Titans shuffled their roster by dropping QB Alex Tanney and bringing back CB Cody Riggs.

FB Andy Janovich made an impression in his first Broncos game.

QB Alex Smith’s Chiefs teammates were happy for him after Sunday’s comeback win.

The Raiders don’t want QB Derek Carr to do any more flips on the field.

Chargers DE Joey Bosa is excited to get going.

Cowboys LB Sean Lee felt good after playing every defensive snap in Week One.

Coach Ben McAdoo felt Giants rookie CB Eli Apple “got his feet underneath him as the game wore on.”

LB Mychal Kendricks is the odd man out on the Eagles defense.

The Redskins defensive line was lacking on Monday night.

G Kyle Long thinks the Bears offensive line has to get better quickly.

Lions TE Eric Ebron is fond of himself.

The Packers defense did some good things against the Jaguars.

The Vikings’ cornerback depth will be tested.

The Falcons aren’t ruling S Keanu Neal out for Week Two yet.

Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott wants better coordination between the pass rush and pass coverage.

Saints coach Sean Payton explained the numbers game was the reason RB C.J. Spiller was inactive.

RB Charles Sims‘ run through the Falcons defense was a Sunday highlight for the Buccaneers.

The Cardinals didn’t get the expected production from their backfield on Sunday night.

They hail from a new city, but it looked a lot like the same old Rams on Monday night.

The 49ers shut down Rams RB Todd Gurley.

Breaking down the first outing for the Seahawks running backs.

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4 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. skoobyfl says: Sep 13, 2016 7:25 AM

    The Bills made more excuses than Charles Manson’s followers at trial, it’s time to shine and not make injury excuses.

  2. theageofquarrel says: Sep 13, 2016 9:18 AM

    Old man Williams lit up them Redskin Potatoes

  3. footballfanatic says: Sep 13, 2016 9:42 AM

    Such a joke- Rex takes over a #4 ranked defense, all he has to do is build up the offense, he absolutely DESTROYS the defense with his schemes and then wastes an entire draft to rebuild a defense that was already great and ignored the offense completely (except to get a 3rd string RB and a 3rd string QB). Had jim schwartz taken over as HC, the defense would still be stellar and the last 2 drafts would have focused on the offense.

  4. bobthebillsfan says: Sep 13, 2016 2:21 PM

    I’m worried. I do not think the Jets will be 0-2 this week.

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