Saturday morning one-liners

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Rookie S Da’Norris Searcy is confident he can step into the Bills lineup in place of George Wilson.

Can Matt Moore be the long-term answer for the Dolphins at quarterback?

The Patriots are getting a little help from lady luck this season.

Offensive line play is a concern for the Jets.

Ravens LB Terrell Suggs hasn’t had much success against the Bengals in the past.

Said Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, “He’s done some special things. He’s one of those special guys athletically. From a consistency standpoint, he’s not where we want him to be or where he wants to be.”

The Browns defense is preparing itself for a heavy dose of Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew.

A look at what the Steelers will be up to during their bye week.

The Texans offensive line gets some love during a bye week review of the season thus far.

Colts LB Gary Brackett has written a book that will be released next month.

Jaguars DE Matt Roth is looking forward to playing his former team this weekend.

The Titans’ scout team is able to give their defense a variety of looks at wide receiver.

Playing on Thursday means the Broncos will enjoy some extra rest this week.

Chiefs cornerbacks Brandon Carr and Brandon Flowers have a tough run ahead of them.

Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski has struggled since returning from a hamstring injury.

New Chargers G Tony Moll was tending bar before joining the team.

Cowboys WR Dez Bryant shared his thoughts on the Oklahoma State women’s basketball plane crash on Friday.

LB Mark Herzlich is eager to be more than a special teamer with the Giants.

Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News doesn’t think we’re nearing the end of Eagles coach Andy Reid’s tenure.

Undrafted rookie T Willie Smith hasn’t played a snap all season, but he could get the start for the Redskins on Sunday.

The Bears promoted T Levi Horn from the practice squad after losing Gabe Carimi for the season.

Ndamukong Suh could see some time at defensive end for the Lions on Sunday.

Johnny Jolly’s former Packers teammates responded to the news of his prison sentence.

Will the Vikings pass rush be able to cover for their injury-riddled secondary?

Members of the Falcons offensive line are pushing to get C Todd McClure into the Pro Bowl.

The Panthers are running low on linebackers.

Using a lot of young players means struggles like the ones the Buccaneers are experiencing right now.

The Cardinals are ready for the quick shifts the 49ers use on offense.

Nate Ness is the latest Rams cornerback pressed into service by injuries.

It’s incorrect to call the 49ers a team made up of castoffs.

Seahawks FB Michael Robinson has been affected by the ongoing mess at Penn State.

6 responses to “Saturday morning one-liners

  1. I’m excited for Sunday’s game between the Ravens and the Bengals. Its an important game for both teams so it should be a good one. A lot of people would say Newton > Dalton as far as OROY but Dalton didn’t inherit the best team either so he has done alot for the Bengals. But this game is more important for the Ravens to atleast get one against Cinci before Thursday’s game.

  2. Willie Smith starting for Washington shouldn’t faze anyone. Outside of Trent Williams and Chris Samuels, the Washington line has been a bunch of undrafted nobody’s for 20 years. Coincidentally, they’ve stunk that long too…..hopefully this past off season is a sign of a new way of doing business in Washington, we’ll see. QB, a Right Tackle, and Guard should be their 1st 3 picks, if they know what’s good for them….or else a QB and 2 tackles….

  3. Seabass needs to be at 100% asap, he is up there with run dmc far as key Raiders players needed to win the Afc West!!!

  4. The article states Seabass has been struggling since the KC game he missed. This is wrong. It claims he is 2-4 is FGA, since then, when in fact he is 2-2. His kickoffs have gone down because he is clearly still in a lot of pain. Hue should have just sat him for a couple of weeks. It’s amazing he’s still been able to get the occasional TB.

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