Friday morning one-liners

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The Bills will need to get more from their run defense this weekend.

Sitting CB Vontae Davis for one game seems to have worked out for the Dolphins.

Patriots DT Vince Wilfork said that the Colts’ record doesn’t lessen the rivalry game aspect of Sunday’s matchup.

Tom Moore was in town to do some work with the Jets offense.

Terrell Suggs rededicated himself to football when the Ravens hired Ted Monachino, one of his college coaches.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton said he isn’t thinking about his chances of winning Offensive Rookie of the Year.

If Browns WR Josh Cribbs wants to vent, coach Pat Shurmur said his door is always open.

The Steelers running game hasn’t produced as they hoped this season.

Said Texans LB DeMeco Ryans, “We’ve been playing good defense all year, putting our offense in good field position. We’ve got to keep doing that. It doesn’t matter who our quarterback is. Just because we have T.J. in there, it doesn’t change anything for us.”

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star doesn’t think a quarterback tandem can work for the Colts next season.

The tempo of Jaguars practice has picked up under interim coach Mel Tucker.

There’s a lot of memorable history between the Titans and the Bills.

The move to QB Tim Tebow has been bad news for Broncos WR Deamaryius Thomas.

DL Amon Gordon thinks that he has finally found a home with the Chiefs.

The Raiders will be going strength vs. strength against the Dolphins run defense.

Turnovers are a problem for the Chargers on both sides of the ball.

Cowboys safeties Abe Elam and Gerald Sensabaugh have given the Cowboys decent production at a low price this season.

The Giants think they can hit big plays against the Packers.

Eagles coach Andy Reid said he never considered using a timeout to stop the clock and give his offense time at the end of the first half.

WR Santana Moss’ return to the lineup made life easier for other Redskins receivers.

The Bears are looking for pass rush from players other than DE Julius Peppers.

Former Lions T Lomas Brown thinks that the league is targeting DT Ndamukong Suh.

The Packers are practicing less to keep players fresh for the stretch run.

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson is willing to play even if he isn’t 100 percent.

The Falcons defense is trending in the right direction.

Panthers CB Chris Gamble’s play has rebounded this season.

Jo-Lonn Dunbar has given the Saints good work at linebacker while Jonathan Vilma’s been out.

The Buccaneers have seen a lot of upheaval on their defensive line this season.

Rookie LB Sam Acho has been a playmaker for the Cardinals defense.

Rams QB Sam Bradford’s ankle problems are flaring up again.

If the 49ers clinch their playoff standing early, QB Colin Kaepernick could get extended playing time.

With Sidney Rice out for the season, WR Golden Tate will get more chances to make big plays for the Seahawks like he did on Thursday night.