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Tuesday morning one-liners

BALTIMORE, MD - OCTOBER 02: Head coach Jack Del Rio of the Oakland Raiders looks on in the second half against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on October 2, 2016 in Baltimore, Maryland.  (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) Getty Images

The Bills did well picking up veteran free agents to plug into their defense.

Dolphins T Branden Albert says the sky isn’t falling.

The Patriots worked out a couple of wide receivers.

LB Lorenzo Mauldin hasn’t seen much playing time for the Jets.

The Ravens are looking for more from their offense.

Bengals defenders are getting ready for a matchup with the Cowboys.

WR Ricardo Louis is getting an opportunity on offense for the Browns with Corey Coleman hurt.

Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell enjoyed lining up as a wide receiver.

WR Jaelen Strong is coming off his most productive game of the season for the Texans.

Why aren’t the Colts running more no huddle offense?

The Jaguars run game got going in London.

Assessing the Titans’ decision to fire their special teams coach.

DE Derek Wolfe has been essential to the Broncos defense’s success this season.

The Chiefs are trying to get past Sunday night’s blowout loss.

Raiders coach Jack Del Rio sees an imbalance in offensive holding calls.

The Chargers may be making a change at punt returner.

Former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson weighs in on WR Dez Bryant missing team meetings.

The Giants secondary looked overmatched on Monday night.

What will TE Zach Ertz’s return bring to the Eagles offense?

The Redskins want to do a better job of tackling.

Ten thoughts on the Bears after their first win of the season.

The Lions running game isn’t performing at a high enough level.

Packers WR Jeff Janis is back to practicing without a protective club on his hand.

WR Cordarrelle Patterson is back to playing a role on offense for the Vikings.

The Falcons defense will have to move forward without LB Sean Weatherspoon.

How can the Panthers fix the issues in their secondary?

The Saints will be looking at new secondary options during their bye week.

Better ball protection is a must for Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston.

A look back at QB Drew Stanton’s last starts for the Cardinals.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher said T Greg Robinson is “doing fine” despite a pair of penalties against the Cardinals.

How quickly will 49ers LB Aaron Lynch be up to speed after his suspension?

Numbers that mattered for the Seahawks as they moved to 3-1 against the Jets.

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3 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. TheDPR says: Oct 4, 2016 8:23 AM

    About the Del Rio and holding penalties, he’s right. They are so inconsistently called that one can’t help but wonder whether there is some sort of intent to control the outcome of games.

  2. intrafinesse says: Oct 4, 2016 9:12 AM

    >.LB Lorenzo Mauldin hasn’t seen much playing time for the Jets.

    Because he had a bad pre-season. Lesson learned – if you are a rookie, try hard your next year, don’t assume you have it made.

  3. brendafortheboyz says: Oct 4, 2016 10:38 AM

    Wow! According to Johnson’s interview, regarding how he would have handled Dez, based on the meetings he “supposedly” missed, the organization did exactly what Johnson said he would do! If he had said otherwise, you can bet it would have been in the headlines, instead of hidden in here!

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