Sunday morning one-liners


Can the Bills roll the dice on QB Cam Newton with the third overall pick?

The Dolphins could be in a tougher situation right now than they were after going 1-15 in 2007.

LB Jerod Mayo said that the Patriots defense learned a big lesson during their loss to the Browns.

Former Jets DL Dennis Byrd, briefly paralyzed after an in-game injury in 1992, gave a speech to his old team on Saturday night.

What lessons did the Bengals learn during Saturday night’s Ravens-Steelers brawl?

Browns coach Pat Shurmur rates the offensive line as the most important part of the offense.

Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle questions whether or not winning and losing is all that important a part of Texans games.

Chris Polian is taking over salary cap management for the Colts.

Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter’s return should help the Jaguars’ effort to improve next season.

DE David Ball was having a strong year before injury ended it early and he’d like to return to the Titans.

Broncos coach John Fox coached a USFL game the day after he got married.

Dick Vermeil once found himself in a similar position to the one Chiefs coach Todd Haley is in right now.

Hue Jackson would be the most “outwardly energetic” Raiders coach since Jon Gruden left for Tampa.

Said Chargers defensive coordinator Greg Manusky, “I’ll curse the bleep out of you. When I stop cursing you, that’s a bad thing. That means I don’t give a bleep about you.”

Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News hopes that Cowboys QB Tony Romo was watching Aaron Rodgers on Saturday night.

Giants DE Justin Tuck shared his thoughts on Sunday’s game between the Jets and the Patriots.

An argument that former Eagles defensive coordinator Sean McDermott was sent packing because of failures in the personnel department.

Redskins G.M. Bruce Allen sat down for an interview about the team’s offseason plans.

Special teams could be a big factor for the Bears in Sunday’s game with the Seahawks.

Lions LB DeAndre Levy makes more noise with his play than he does off the field.

The Vikings don’t seem to have learned anything from the Twins’ successful stadium lobbying effort.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera started learning about hard work while growing up in the Panama Canal Zone.

A 10-step program designed to get the Saints back to the Super Bowl.

Raheem Morris is the only coaching link left to the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl-winning season.

Former Cardinals QB Kurt Warner thinks his former team needs a lot more than just a quarterback.

With Brad Childress and Josh McDaniels, the Rams have a choice between stability and creativity at offensive coordinator.

Longtime 49ers DL Bryant Young has taken a job as an assistant coach with the University of Florida.

The Seahawks won’t have the element of surprise on their side this Sunday.

3 responses to “Sunday morning one-liners

  1. Shurmur says ” the offense line is the most important part of the offense”. I am sure Delhomme, Wallace, and McCoy would agree with you after the beating they took this year. If Colt Mcpeanutbrittle is going to be your QB then it might be a wise idea to get him a right tackle. The problem is that wide receiving corps, defensive line and linebackers need serious upgrades too. AJ Green will be long gone when Cleveland picks at No. 6. I am thinking Nate Solder or the best defensive lineman available will be the pick here. I highly doubt buffalo would reach for Cam Newton with the third pick.

  2. If Romo wants a close up of a real QB just make sure hes sitting in the cowpukes stadium on SB Sunday. He doesnt have to go far LOL

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