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Saturday one-liners

PHILADELPHIA, PA - OCTOBER 14:   A Philadelphia Eagles player walks off the field in pink cleats during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month before the start of their game against the Detroit Lions at Lincoln Financial Field on October 14, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Rich Schultz /Getty Images) Getty Images

Jets WR Brandon Marshall will give the pink cleats he’ll be wearing on Sunday to Pittsburgh RB DeAngelo Williams to help raise funds for his foundation that battles breast cancer.

Bills TE Charles Clay wants the football, but he’s not complaining. Yet.

Dolphins rookie Laremy Tunsil liked playing left tackle; with Branden Albert back, Tunsil won’t get to on Sunday.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick realizes it will take time for QB Tom Brady to get back to where he was before his suspension.

With RB Justin Forsett gone, the Ravens don’t have a running back older than 25.

With TE Tyler Eifert still out, the development of Tyler Kroft and C.J. Uzomah continues.

Browns WR Andrew Hawkins sees “a lot of Andy Dalton” in QB Cody Kessler.

Thanks to a rash of injuries, OL Chris Hubbard likely will make his first start for the Steelers.

Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel defended CB Kareem Jackson, who has had a rough start to the season; “Kareem is a crafty veteran and he knows how to play the game,” Crennel said.

Colts DT Arthur Jones, his four-game suspension over, is eligible to play on Sunday; however, he’s not expected to suit up.

Can a healthier Titans WR Kendall Wright help boost the team’s passing game?

OL Luke Joeckel may have played his last snap with the Jaguars.

The Broncos continue to struggle in the running game.

Chiefs LB Tamba Hali compares his team’s ugly loss in a Week Four prime-time game at Heinz Field to the 2014 ugly loss in a Week Four prime-time game at Arrowhead Stadium that launched a Super Bowl championship.

With RB Latavius Murray out, the Raiders need DeAndre Washington and Jalen Richard to step up.

Chargers DE Joey Bosa will indeed make his NFL debut on Sunday.

Only God knows what Mother Nature will do with the sunlight during Sunday afternoon’s Cowboys game.

The Giants apparently will try to stop the Green Bay offense not by focusing on QB Aaron Rodgers but on the other 10 players on the field.

Eagles QB Chase Daniel has become a valuable resource for QB Carson Wentz.

A big hit in Week Three gave Washington RB Matt Jones a kick in the ass.

With Bears WR Kevin White on IR, Cam Meredith could be the beneficiary.

The Lions continue to be burned by opposing tight ends.

Former Packers FB John Kuhn still roots for the team.

Vikings LG Alex Boone has told his teammates to ignore everything written or said about them, good or bad. (Hey, Boone. Some of us are trying to run a business here.)

Falcons QB Matt Ryan now holds 18 franchise records.

Why did the Panthers cut CB Bene Benwikere?

The Saints have been using three safeties more and more often.

Are the Buccaneers spending too much time trying to explain away the struggles of QB Jameis Winston?

The Cardinals may not have starting guards Mike Iupati and Evan Mathis for a while; both suffered ankle injuries against San Francisco.

Rams QB Case Keenum and WR Tavon Austin are still searching for chemistry.

49ers WR Jeremy Kerley played every offensive down on Thursday night.

Seahawks LB Kevin Pierre-Louis has opened up about his struggles with depression.

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1 Response to “Saturday one-liners”
  1. comatrip1 says: Oct 8, 2016 1:18 PM

    If Hawkins sees Dalton in Kessler, then I’m very concerned when the sun goes down.

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