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Monday morning one-liners

CHICAGO, IL - OCTOBER 02: Jordan Howard #24 of the Chicago Bears runs against the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field on October 2, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears defeated the Lions 17-14. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) Getty Images

Said Bills DT Kyle Williams, “We’ve talked about it before. I didn’t feel desperate at 0-2. We didn’t expect to be there, but we weren’t going to get too low. We’re not going to get too high after two wins in a row either. It’s a long year. We have to look at it that way.”

Checking in with Dolphins DE Mario Williams four weeks into the new season.

The Patriots fell short across the board on Sunday.

Jets rookie LB Darron Lee had a hard time with Jimmy Graham.

The Ravens defense couldn’t get a stop when they needed one most.

A more consistent run game is a goal for the Bengals.

Forcing turnovers is something the Browns defensive backs have done well this season.

The Steelers defense did well on Sunday night.

LB Brian Cushing stayed healthy in his return to action for the Texans.

Said Colts QB Andrew Luck, “We gotta be more professional as players, in a sense, and understand our role, our job and do our job.”

The Jaguars pass rush got home often against the Colts.

Titans RB DeMarco Murray said no one on the team is pouting after their latest loss.

The Broncos defense continues to make life miserable for opposing quarterbacks.

The Chiefs could use a full return from RB Jamaal Charles right now.

Said Raiders coach Jack Del Rio, “Smart, tough and accurate. That’s what we have in Derek Carr.”

Chargers DE Joey Bosa saw some of his college teammates help the Saints to a win on Sunday.

Sunday was a road game, but the Cowboys had plenty of their fans in Santa Clara.

It has been a while since the Giants had a big road win.

How do the Eagles maintain their momentum?

Redskins TE Jordan Reed got to 200 catches faster than anyone else at the position.

Rookie RB Jordan Howard starred for the Bears in Sunday’s win.

No DE Ziggy Ansah meant a limited pass rush for the Lions.

Staying young has been a hallmark of recent Packers roster changes.

The Vikings hope QB Sam Bradford has a better night against the Giants than Josh Freeman did on a Monday in the past.

Falcons LB Sean Weatherspoon is set for an MRI on Monday.

QB Derek Anderson couldn’t lead a Panthers comeback off the bench on Sunday.

FB John Kuhn’s touchdowns helped fuel the Saints’ comeback win.

There’s some gloom around the Buccaneers after a third straight loss.

The Cardinals offense hasn’t found its footing this season.

DT Aaron Donald was a wrecking ball up front for the Rams in Sunday’s win.

It was another quiet game for 49ers WR Torrey Smith.

The Seahawks reported no new injuries in Sunday’s win.

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2 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. azheat says: Oct 3, 2016 9:02 AM

    I believe Miami will continue to lose until Tannehill pushes the ball down the field. He’s the check down king! Sooo tired watching the same thing, and everyone wants to say “well he’s had 5 different cordinators” ya think problem could be him and not the coach-

    A angry dolphins fan

  2. captainwhodat says: Oct 3, 2016 10:08 AM

    Said Colts QB Andrew Luck, “We gotta be more professional as players, in a sense, and understand our role, our job and do our job.”…thank you Grigson, thank you Pagano…turned the game (unwatchable) off midway 2nd qtr and did some household chores…made my wife happy…at one, watched the redzone and I was happy, did not have to watch my hapless colts…

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