Friday morning one-liners

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Chris Hairston will step into the left tackle spot for the Bills this weekend.

Said Dolphins coach Tony Sparano of QB Chad Henne, “The guy played three football games and his performance was really solid I thought in the three football games that he played.”

CB Antwaun Molden is one of several unheralded players making an impact for the Patriots.

The Jets feel confident they can get their running game on track this week.

The bye week should make the Ravens a healthier team come Week Six.

Bengals DE Carlos Dunlap is still looking for his first sack of the season.

Browns coach Pat Shurmur has daily talks with WR Greg Little.

RB Isaac Redman declared himself ready should the Steelers need him to step up.

Chris Ogbonnaya will be the second running back for the Texans this year.

Colts QB Kerry Collins is still dealing with the effects of his concussion.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union is critical of the way the Jaguars are avoiding blackouts.

After a miscommunication led to an interception last week, Titans WR Damian Williams said he’s on the same page with QB Matt Hasselbeck.

The Broncos have no middle ground between old and young in the secondary.

T Branden Albert has become a leader with the Chiefs.

Rock Cartwright might be pressed into service at fullback for the Raiders.

Chargers DT Tommie Harris will likely play in the neighborhood of 18 snaps a game.

Is Cowboys QB Tony Romo’s injury affecting how much RB DeMarco Murray gets to play?

Giants S Deon Grant wants the team to keep their intensity high against the Seahawks.

Injuries are causing the Eagles problems on the defensive line.

The emergence of new weapons might mean a smaller role for Redskins TE Chris Cooley going forward.

It looks like Frank Omiyale will be back at right tackle for the Bears this week.

Lions DB Vincent Fuller is in line for more playing time at safety.

Stopping Falcons RB Michael Turner is a priority for the Packers on Sunday.

The Vikings might need to add a punter if Chris Kluwe’s hamstring injury doesn’t improve.

Penalties have been coming fast and furious for the Falcons.

Panthers TE Jeremy Shockey is emphatic that his injuries won’t keep him from facing the Saints.

Saints WR Lance Moore is drawing attention for his dance moves.

Buccaneers WR Mike Williams isn’t worried about his stats being down this season.

RB Beanie Wells is trying to be a bigger contributor in the Cardinals passing game.

The Rams will give WR Austin Pettis first crack at filling Danny Amendola’s role.

49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio compared DE Justin Smith’s strip against the Eagles to “The Catch.”

The Seahawks don’t plan to stop taking big risks anytime soon.

3 responses to “Friday morning one-liners

  1. “The Jets feel confident they can get their running game on track this week.”

    I have a suggestion: Let’s save time, and talk about the things the Jets are not confident about.


  2. Come on Sparano. In between the 20’s he showed good improvement.

    In the red zone he was no more effective than last year which may be the biggest reason your a.. was in a sling last year and this.

  3. uh, Spagnolo

    “Gamer” duh

    You keep Pettis on the inactive list the first two games. You replace him with a guy who can’t catch the ball.

    You activate him and he immediately comes through on 3rd down time after time. He looks like a pro.

    Titus Young catches 12 balls in 3 games.

    Eventually, someone is going to figure this out.

    Trade Pettis to the Browns. NOW!


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