Tuesday morning one-liners

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Looking for a silver lining in the Bills’ opening loss.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin praised the play of C Mike Pouncey.

Patriots RB Stevan Ridley’s big game on Sunday wasn’t a surprise to his high school coach.

When Jets WR Stephen Hill wasn’t catching two touchdowns, he was throwing up on the sidelines.

A reconfigured Ravens offensive line played well on Monday night.

The Bengals allowed 40 or more points for the second time since defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer arrived in 2008.

Three moments that might have led to a different result for the Browns if they’d gone differently.

Injuries left the Steelers vulnerable on Sunday night.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak isn’t letting a 20-point win get in the way of finding things his team didn’t do well.

Said Colts coach Chuck Pagano of turnovers, “I told them that anytime you’re minus-4, you won’t beat Carmel High School or Zionsville. It’s really hard to overcome that.”

Foot and ankle injuries have been too common an occurrence for the Jaguars.

The Titans spread the blame for a poor rushing attack beyond RB Chris Johnson.

The Broncos hope to make better use of defensive depth in the coming weeks.

Getting LB Tamba Hali back is making the Chiefs feel a little better after losing to the Falcons.

Raiders CB Ron Bartell might want to try skipping Week One next season.

QB Philip Rivers was pleased with the job done by the Chargers offensive line on Monday night.

Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray is mad at himself for not scoring on his biggest run of the season opener.

Giants DT Marvin Austin is hoping to make his NFL debut this weekend.

Eagles WR DeSean Jackson is donating $50,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project.

The Redskins placed S Jordan Bernstine on injured reserve and signed S Jordan Pugh.

Bears coach Lovie Smith followed Jay Cutler’s lead and asked fans to quiet down when the offense is in the red zone.

A vote against the Lions pushing WR Ryan Broyles into the lineup.

LB Desmond Bishop’s absence from the Packers was glaring against the 49ers.

QB Christian Ponder’s play late in the game earned him lots of praise from Vikings coach Leslie Frazier.

The Falcons won big, but coach Mike Smith wants to see more from the run game.

Miscommunication led to a key blocked punt in the Panthers’ loss.

Saints CB Patrick Robinson couldn’t muster much of a defense for a key penalty against the Redskins.

It was a strong debut for Buccaneers safety Mark Barron.

Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt didn’t like what he saw out of the running game.

WR Brandon Gibson is prepared to do what he can to erase the notion that the Rams don’t have good enough receiving options.

49ers QB Alex Smith definitely got the 2012 season started the right way.

The Seahawks’ offensive line is catching heat for their performance in Arizona.