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Tuesday morning one-liners

Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson catches a pass while dressed as a dinosaur prior to an NFL football game against the New York Jets, Monday, Oct. 17, 2016 in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rob Schumacher, Arizona Republic via AP) AP

Looking back at some unsuccessful Bills trips to Miami.

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill wants to see the team keep rolling after beating the Steelers.

S Devin McCourty had some good ideas for Patriots coach Bill Belichick against the Bengals.

Said Jets DT Steve McLendon of the team allowing 171 rushing yards, “That’s just straight embarrassing.”

The Ravens could bring WR Michael Campanaro back to the team.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis isn’t worried that LB Vontaze Burfict will be suspended again.

DT Danny Shelton was a positive for the Browns in last Sunday’s loss.

Steelers DE Cam Heyward hopes for a quick return to the lineup from a hamstring injury.

The Texans offensive line looked more comfortable in Week Six.

Making the case against firing Colts coach Chuck Pagano.

Rookie defenders had a big hand in getting the Jaguars a win.

Titans QB Marcus Mariota has to continue balancing risk and reward when making throws.

The Broncos will get a look at QB Brock Osweiler this week.

Chiefs CB Marcus Peters thinks he’ll be fine for Week Seven.

It’s not clear when the Raiders might get RB Latavius Murray back.

TE Antonio Gates has been in a decoy role for the Chargers.

Some praise for Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan’s recent work.

The Giants won last Sunday, but their running game provided little assistance.

Eagles DT Bennie Logan is dealing with a groin injury.

The backfield has become a strength for the Redskins.

The Bears haven’t decided if LB Pernell McPhee will play this week.

More wins for the Lions will take better play from their defense.

The Packers expect to have T Bryan Bulaga in the lineup on Thursday night.

Offensive line and kicker are spots for the Vikings to worry about despite their strong start.

Linebackers Deion Jones and De’Vondre Campbell could be back in full-time roles for the Falcons this week.

The Panthers claimed TE Chris Manhertz off of waivers.

The Saints offense found success in a variety of ways against the Panthers.

The week off didn’t cost the Buccaneers in the NFC South standings.

Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson started Monday night dressed as a dinosaur and ended it by shutting down Brandon Marshall.

The offense wasn’t the Rams’ problem in Week Six.

49ers coach Chip Kelly thought G Joshua Garnett played “OK” in his first start.

RB Alex Collins played two snaps for the Seahawks in Week Six, but made both of them count.

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3 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. groleo45 says: Oct 18, 2016 7:56 AM

    Love Marvin Lewis saying that he coached Burfict to do that. Those two deserve each other.

  2. brendafortheboyz says: Oct 18, 2016 9:58 AM

    So now, they are “making a case” to fire Pagano, when injuries and nobody in the trenches, are there to help Andrew Luck! Sure reminds me of what Tony Romo has dealt with, for all but , maybe 3 years in his career! He was bashed then, and damn , he is still being bashed, when we have a decent team, finally, in the trenches!!! Dak is awesome, but I hope I get to see Tony back under center, when he is fully healed! He deserves a chance, after he has given his all to this team!!!! Dak is the heir apparent and is NOT going anywhere..smh… Luck is going to end up injured, also, if they don’t get him some help…..

  3. brendafortheboyz says: Oct 18, 2016 10:02 AM

    At least Andrew Luck is not receiving the treatment from ALL, that Romo received­čśŽ­čśŽ

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