Monday morning one-liners

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How will the Bills split the workload between their tailbacks next season?

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald thinks people should take reports about the Dolphins staff with a grain of salt.

Patriots G Brian Waters won the first playoff game of his career on Saturday.

Those who have played for Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano in the past have good things to say about him.

Said Ravens LB Terrell Suggs, “I always say that there’s a right way to do things, there’s a wrong way to do things, and then there’s the Ravens’ way to do things. It wasn’t really pretty, but hey, we’re not really a pretty team. We got the W, and on to the AFC championship.”

The Bengals run offense doesn’t score well on a year-end report card.

Special teams improvement would be a big help for the Browns in 2012.

Who are Steelers fans rooting for in the AFC Championship Game?

Texans coach Gary Kubiak wasn’t upset that QB T.J. Yates checked into the play that turned into Ed Reed’s interception at the goal line.

Front pages tell the story of the Colts’ drop from Super Bowl team to first overall pick over the last two years.

By leading the league in rushing, Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew continued a trend of AFC South teams out of step with larger NFL trends.

A healthy Kenny Britt would make the Titans receiving corps very deep next season.

Harvey Araton of the New York Times thinks Broncos QB Tim Tebow should have been with his team in the aftermath of Saturday’s loss instead of “tending to his personal business” elsewhere in the stadium.

The Chiefs expect to be very good on defense next season.

With the Packers losing, the Raiders might see a quick resolution to their coaching search.

Mock drafts have the Chargers looking for help on defense.

Eminem hasn’t lost faith in Cowboys QB Tony Romo.

Giants DE Osi Umenyiora didn’t play against the Packers in the regular season, but came up with a huge forced fumble this time around.

The Eagles might benefit from bringing in voices outside the organization.

Will free agent Saints receivers be on the Redskins’ shopping list?

The Bears will be looking at cornerbacks this offseason.

K Jason Hanson is excited about the Lions’ turnaround.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy’s gambles didn’t pay off on Sunday afternoon.

It doesn’t look like the fight over a Vikings stadium will end soon.

Jeff Schultz of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is underwhelmed with the choice of Dirk Koetter as the Falcons’ new offensive coordinator.

Fan interest in the Panthers seemed to rise sharply this season.

The numbers behind the Saints’ loss to the 49ers, including their decision to step up the blitzing in the fourth quarter.

If the Buccaneers want to interview Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell for their head coaching job, they will have to wait a little while longer.

Cardinals RB Ryan Williams’ rehab has him on track to start training camp with the team.

Is Rams owner Stan Kroenke not saying enough about keeping the team in St. Louis?

Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News thinks the Giants will be a very tough opponent for the 49ers.

Jon Kitna spent many years with the Seahawks and he’s returning to the area now that he’s retired.