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Monday morning one-liners

CHARLOTTE, NC - SEPTEMBER 18: Fozzy Whittaker #43 of the Carolina Panthers breaks away from NaVorro Bowman #53 of the San Francisco 49ers during the game at Bank of America Stadium on September 18, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images) Getty Images

The Bills will try to regroup upon returning to work on Monday.

Outlining how the Dolphins defense broke down on Sunday.

David Ortiz joined up with the Patriots on Sunday.

Have the Jets shown marks of being a playoff contender in the first two weeks?

Ravens TE Dennis Pitta had a more enjoyable trip to Cleveland than his last one.

The Bengals run game never got on track against Pittsburgh.

CB Joe Haden and RB Isaiah Crowell helped the Browns get off to a good start against the Ravens.

The Steelers looked to their tight ends often in Sunday’s win.

Texans DE J.J. Watt thinks he is part of a defense that can be special.

Colts T Joe Reitz was the latest to learn how tough it is to block Von Miller.

Sunday’s game in San Diego was a rough one for Jaguars QB Blake Bortles.

Special teams miscues didn’t make life easier for the Titans on their way to a win in Detroit.

Broncos CB Aqib Talib moved up the career lists with his latest touchdown.

Sunday was full of highs and lows for Chiefs CB Marcus Peters.

The Raiders couldn’t cover the Falcons’ tight ends in Sunday’s loss.

Wide receivers Travis Benjamin and Tyrell Williams stepped up for the Chargers.

Cowboys RB Alfred Morris has no hard feelings for the Redskins, but he didn’t mind scoring the winning touchdown.

Rookie WR Sterling Shepard had a big day for the Giants.

Eagles CB Jalen Mills expects to be tested by the Bears on Monday night.

Fade routes in the end zone fizzled for the Redskins.

The Bears are trying for a home win on Monday.

Penalties helped lead the Lions to Sunday’s loss.

The Packers offense looked sluggish again in Week Two.

The Vikings are getting used to the noise in their new home.

The Falcons didn’t wilt in the red zone this week.

It was a long wait between 100-yard rushing games for Panthers RB Fozzy Whittaker.

The Saints wasted a good defensive outing against the Giants.

Said Buccaneers LB Kwon Alexander of Sunday’s blowout loss, “I blame the whole thing on me because I need to set the tempo. If I don’t do better, then the defense isn’t going to be right.”

A blowout win was just what the doctor ordered for the Cardinals.

The Rams said they fed off the fans in their first home game in Los Angeles in more than 20 years.

RB Carlos Hyde never got on track for the 49ers on Sunday.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll isn’t pointing the finger at the offensive line when discussing the team’s troubles in the first two weeks.

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5 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. pftthoughtpolicemostwanted says: Sep 19, 2016 9:05 AM

    I am of the opinion the NFL has contacted NBC which in-turn contacted this rag to tell then to stop running stories on player protests to mitigate the affect on ratings/revenue.

    So tell me SJW-types, how do you feel about stories about social justice being suppressed here?

  2. fumblenuts says: Sep 19, 2016 9:47 AM

    “Seahawks coach Pete Carroll isn’t pointing the finger at the offensive line when discussing the team’s troubles in the first two weeks.”

    Ummmmmm……he should be.

  3. minson15 says: Sep 19, 2016 9:50 AM

    Seattle’s Offensive line didn’t play terrible. It was Russell Wilson and it wasn’t because of his ankle. He missed open receivers, when he saw them he threw the ball with little to no accuracy. Then when the receivers got their hands on the ball we dropped them. Doug Baldwin especially. I’ll give it to the Rams however, They played one heck of a game on Defense. They were all over the receivers and they hit us really hard when we caught the ball. They were fast and fierce. I knew going into the game the Hawks were probably going to lose that game. We did. Unfortunate!

  4. minson15 says: Sep 19, 2016 10:05 AM

    fumblenuts says:
    “Seahawks coach Pete Carroll isn’t pointing the finger at the offensive line when discussing the team’s troubles in the first two weeks.”

    Ummmmmm……he should be.
    ———————-
    He should be worried about his Oline play, but that wasn’t the reason we lost. Yes they can play a lot better, but so can every other position group on the offense.

  5. NFLisnotreality says: Sep 19, 2016 10:39 AM

    Seattle’s Offensive line didn’t play terrible. It was Russell Wilson and it wasn’t because of his ankle. He missed open receivers, when he saw them he threw the ball with little to no accuracy. Then when the receivers got their hands on the ball we dropped them. Doug Baldwin especially. I’ll give it to the Rams however, They played one heck of a game on Defense. They were all over the receivers and they hit us really hard when we caught the ball. They were fast and fierce. I knew going into the game the Hawks were probably going to lose that game. We did. Unfortunate!

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