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Friday morning one-liners

DENVER, CO - JANUARY 24:  Derek Wolfe #95 and  Von Miller #58 of the Denver Broncos react after a sack in the first half against the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on January 24, 2016 in Denver, Colorado.  (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images) Getty Images

The Bills’ defensive depth has been on display the last couple of weeks.

Analyzing Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill’s play in the first four games.

Patriots S Nate Ebner has a long history with Browns WR Terrelle Pryor.

The Jets figure to have their hands full trying to stop Steelers WR Antonio Brown this weekend.

Third down defense isn’t a popular topic with Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees.

The Bengals haven’t allowed a 100-yard rusher in 16 games.

Browns rookie DE Carl Nassib is working hard to get back on the field this week.

A new crop of Steelers tight ends is winning QB Ben Roethlisberger’s trust.

Texans coach Bill O’Brien is high on TE Ryan Griffin.

Can the Colts defense turn in a stronger performance this week?

Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny helped his neighbor prepare for Hurricane Matthew.

How have the Titans fared in their attempt to build more of a smashmouth offense?

Said Broncos LB Von Miller of DE Derek Wolfe, “I’ve been stealing Derek’s sacks for two or three years. It’s been a great partnership. He’s been a dominant player for a long time.”

Chiefs RB Spencer Ware is trying to correct his fumbling problem.

The Raiders could be rolling with just their rookies at running back.

Chargers C Matt Slauson was a big fan of former Chargers lineman Kris Dielman.

CB Morris Claiborne is playing well for the Cowboys.

Said Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul, “There’s a lot of things I can do better — play the run better, read passes, play action better. You’re always learning in this game of football.”

Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz faces the team he used to coach this weekend.

S Donte Whitner’s role for his first game with the Redskins is unclear.

Bears LB Danny Trevathan hopes to play this weekend with a cast on his thumb.

Have Lions fans turned on LB DeAndre Levy?

The Packers are looking for more consistency from their secondary.

FB Zach Line could see time at tight end for the Vikings.

The Falcons sent flowers to players’ wives ahead of a long road trip.

Kurt Coleman may be headed back to free safety for the Panthers.

The Saints still have confidence in LB Stephone Anthony.

DE Robert Ayers returned to practice for the Buccaneers.

Tyrann Mathieu had mixed results in his return to slot corner in the Cardinals win.

DE Matt Longacre has produced well in his opportunities with the Rams this season.

49ers LB Navorro Bowman predicted he’ll make a “major comeback” from his torn Achilles.

A look at the state of the Seahawks running game.

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3 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. zoxitic says: Oct 7, 2016 8:17 AM

    Read the Paul Posluszny article. What a good dude.

  2. TitanUp 1999 says: Oct 7, 2016 8:47 AM

    “Exotic Smashmouth” has been a horrible failure.

    The Mike Mularkey (Jeff Fisher) 1970’s/80’s style of offense has given Marcus Mariota a serious setback, just like it gave Vince Young and Steve McNair setbacks and ruined Eddie George’s knees.

    There’s a host of things that are wrong with the Titans, but luckily, Robinson will fire Mularkey this offseason, hire someone innovative, and use both 1st rd. picks to infuse this roster with more talent.

  3. iseek11 says: Oct 7, 2016 12:28 PM

    Best thing Denver did was keep Wolfe and let Malik Jackson chase the money out of town.

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