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Tuesday morning one-liners

OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 09:  Drew Kaser #8 of the San Diego Chargers dives after the ball after fumbling the snap on a field goal attempt in the fourth quarter against the Oakland Raiders during their NFL game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on October 9, 2016 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) Getty Images

TE Charles Clay is coming off a strong game for the Bills.

Things haven’t gone as the Dolphins planned in the offseason.

The Patriots are getting used to life with the Rob Gronkowski/Martellus Bennett tandem at tight end.

The Jets have been outscored 37-7 in the second half of their last three games.

A look at the history of new Ravens offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg.

What are the takeaways from the latest Bengals loss?

Browns WR Andrew Hawkins discussed his decision to go with an anti-celebration for his touchdown against the Patriots.

LB Vince Williams has been productive as a Steelers starter the last two weeks.

The Texans hope to get TE Stephen Anderson back this week.

Is this the worst Colts defense ever?

The Jaguars had mixed news about injuries upon their return from their bye week.

The Titans hope Week Five was a sign of things to come for their pass rush.

TE Virgil Green said he’ll be back in the lineup for the Broncos.

The Chiefs like the growth they’ve seen from rookie WR Tyreek Hill.

A 4-1 record hasn’t obscured weak spots on the Raiders.

P Drew Kaser may be out as the Chargers’ holder.

The Cowboys defense has been better than expected.

Should Giants coach Ben McAdoo hand offensive play calling duties to someone else?

Breaking down the first interception of Eagles QB Carson Wentz’s career.

Redskins CB Josh Norman isn’t expected to miss any time after hurting his wrist last Sunday.

Bears WR Kevin White is set for fibula surgery this week.

The Lions are sticking with Laken Tomlinson as a starting guard.

No change at punter is planned for the Packers.

Injuries haven’t shaken the Vikings’ confidence.

S Keanu Neal was part of a strong Falcons defensive effort against the Broncos.

Panthers rookie CB Daryl Worley got beat for a touchdown on Monday night.

Younger members of the Saints can show off their development on special teams.

It wasn’t the most attractive game, but it was a win the Buccaneers needed.

The Cardinals are preparing to face their former defensive coordinator this week.

The Rams have several injury issues to sort out heading into a two-week road trip.

The 49ers added CB JaCorey Shepard with Chris Davis headed to injured reserve.

Five Seahawks who will be vital to success in their return from a bye week.

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4 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. nyfootballgiants says: Oct 11, 2016 7:47 AM

    If the Giants Offensive line refuses to block, what good will someone else calling the plays do?

    Have Eli go into the fetal position earlier?

    Will Beatty must really be done if he can’t break into this lineup….

  2. dwilkinson1968 says: Oct 11, 2016 8:20 AM

    Let’s face reality: the Texans are awful.

  3. nhpats says: Oct 11, 2016 10:08 AM

    dwilkinson1968 says:
    Oct 11, 2016 8:20 AM
    Let’s face reality: the Texans are awful.

    ———
    And yet they are still probably the best team in the AFC South

  4. joshgordonsbong says: Oct 11, 2016 2:02 PM

    nyfootballgiants says:
    Oct 11, 2016 7:47 AM
    If the Giants Offensive line refuses to block, what good will someone else calling the plays do?

    Have Eli go into the fetal position earlier?

    Will Beatty must really be done if he can’t break into this lineup…
    ………………………………………………………………………………………….

    I get what you’re sayin, but watching that game vs the vikes and the insistence on handing the ball off to Darkwa for all those .5 yard games tells me he may wanna pass on those duties

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