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Thursday morning one-liners

Chicago Bears quarterback Brian Hoyer (2) throws during the second half of an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh) AP

The Bills offensive players think things will be simplified under new coordinator Anthony Lynn.

Dolphins coach Adam Gase defended his QB.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick might be going to the Sun Tzu for tonight’s game with the Texans (note, that’s not an offensive formation).

The Jets are facing some game-time decisions at WR.

The Ravens know they need to get better in the run game.

The Bengals are trying to improve in the red zone.

Ben Roethlisberger was surprised the Browns passed on Carson Wentz, after they passed on Ben Roethlisberger.

Steelers WR Markus Wheaton is eager to get back on the field.

Texans WR Braxton Miller is out tonight.

Colts WR T.Y. Hilton is angry about their start to the season.

The Jaguars aren’t panicking (Wrong answer: It’s never too soon to panic).

Titans QB Marcus Mariota is developing a reputation for being at his best late in games.

Broncos S Justin Simmons played through a broken hand.

Chiefs WRs are trying to get on the same page as QB Alex Smith.

Raiders RT Menelik Watson was back to work, some needed health for their offensive line.

Chargers OT Joe Barksdale is still playing.

The Cowboys really don’t have what you’d call a home-field advantage.

The Giants would be better off if the Josh NormanOdell Beckham feud doesn’t flare up again.

Eagles coach Doug Pederson thinks QB Carson Wentz is wise beyond his years.

Washington worked out the son of Hall of Fame OL Bruce Matthews.

At least the Bears have an experienced backup QB now in Brian Hoyer.

Injuries are testing the Lions’ depth.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy trusts his QB (as one does when he’s an MVP).

New Vikings RB Ronnie Hillman wants to prove his worth to his new teammates.

Falcons LB Paul Worrilow will miss three or four weeks with a groin injury.

The Panthers are going to rely on their existing backup RBs with Jonathan Stewart out with a hamstring injury.

The Saints brought back veteran OT Tony Hills.

Buccaneers LT Donovan Smith was held out of practice with a hip injury.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians took the blame for the loss to the Patriots.

Rams CB Lamarcus Joyner is playing well on a broken toe.

49ers veteran OL Anthony Davis remains in the concussion protocol and didn’t practice.

Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham says he feels like a “beast” (maybe he can play offensive line).

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5 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. swhughes81 says: Sep 22, 2016 7:46 AM

    The best thing about reading these one liners is you can do it while you are pooping

  2. fsstnotch says: Sep 22, 2016 8:40 AM

    While I agree Wentz has played well enough to win… He has done so against the Browns and the Bears. Lets not label him the next great just yet.

  3. mazenblue says: Sep 22, 2016 8:48 AM

    I salute you America!

  4. wimpyburgers says: Sep 22, 2016 9:19 AM

    If Jimmy Graham feels like a beast, now would be a great time for Seattle to trade him, because Bevel and Wilson sure don’t know how to use him!

    The Seahawks couldn’t run, Wilson was hobbled, the offensive line wasn’t able to hold back the Rams defense and yet the short passing game – where Graham is a standout -was non-existent for the first 50 minutes of the Rams game.

  5. RegisHawk says: Sep 22, 2016 11:31 AM

    Cardinals coach Bruce Arians took the blame for the loss to the Patriots.

    What a guy…waited all of 10 days and another game to mumble something about it being his fault. That’s CotY material there…:P

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