Monday morning one-liners


Redemption came in the form of four interceptions for the Bills secondary.

Said Dolphins DE Kendall Langford, “That’s not acceptable. We had some missed opportunities in all phases of the game and we let them hang around. We should have blew their ass out. They were not a good team.”

Patriots WR Wes Welker said he took no pleasure in setting the franchise single-game receiving yardage mark because they lost.

The Jets defense is looking for answers after their second poor game in three weeks.

Haruki Nakamura will undergo an MRI on his knee Monday.

An inability to cover 49ers TE Vernon Davis wound up wasting an otherwise strong defensive outing for the Bengals.

Browns QB Colt McCoy and RB Montario Hardesty saw their extra work in practice pay off on the game-winning drive.

The Steelers barely made it through Sunday night with enough healthy offensive linemen to field a full group.

A failure to score touchdowns in the red zone doomed the Texans.

Colts LB Pat Angerer racked up 20 tackles during the loss to the Steelers.

Said Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew, “Ten points isn’t going to win in this league. You have to score points. At the end of the day as playmakers, we all have to do our part. All we can do is continue to work.”

Tight ends Daniel Graham and Craig Stevens helped the Titans offense deal with the loss of Kenny Britt.

Broncos G Chris Kuper asked for the chance to go for it on fourth down on the goal-line, but a run behind him couldn’t find the end zone.

The Chiefs were trying to focus on the positives in the aftermath of their third straight loss.

The Raiders scored their go-ahead touchdown on a drive featuring a couple of tricky play calls that paid off.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers had a passer rating of 62.0 on Sunday, his lowest in 39 regular season games.

Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan is calling outside linebackers Anthony Spencer and DeMarcus Ware his “lizards.”

Michael Boley made the biggest stop of the game for the Giants when he swamped Eagles RB LeSean McCoy on fourth down.

Bob Ford of the Philadelphia Inquirer fixes the blame for Sunday’s loss on Eagles coach Andy Reid.

C Roberto Garza said the Bears offensive line deserves the blame for the subpar rushing attack on Sunday.

Lions TE Brandon Pettigrew set career highs with 11 catches and 112 yards against the Vikings.

Charles Woodson moved to safety in the Packers’ base defense packages.

RB Adrian Peterson didn’t touch the ball on the biggest offensive play of the game for the Vikings.

Falcons DT Corey Peters jumped offsides to give the Buccaneers a first down that iced the game.

Rain played a major role in the Panthers’ first win of the season.

After taking a stiff shot from Texans CB Kareem Jackson, Saints QB Drew Brees completed 17-of-25 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns.

The Buccaneers finally got the production they needed from their defensive line on Sunday.

Two missed field goals by Cardinals K Jay Feely brought back memories of the day he missed three field goals in Seattle as a member of the Giants.

Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch found everything he needed to know in a funereal Rams locker room.

The lack of an immediate replay stopped the 49ers from challenging an illegal touching call on WR Michael Crabtree that was revealed to be incorrect when a replay did appear.

WR Sidney Rice’s debut had a big impact on the way the Seahawks played on offense.