Sunday morning one-liners

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A man named Kenny Johnson, a.k.a. Pinto Kenny, will attend his 300th straight Bills game, home and away, on Sunday.

A look at the approaches the Dolphins are using to keep their players healthy.

The Patriots activated LB Jeff Tarpinian from the practice squad and released OL Matt Tennant.

Jets S LaRon Landry vows to remain healthy all season.

The Ravens are sifting through several options at punt returner.

Paul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer thinks the Bengals have an opportunity to take advantage of injuries to other NFC North teams.

Browns QB Brandon Weeden last saw Colts QB Andrew Luck at last year’s Fiesta Bowl.

Steelers S Will Allen will be keeping an eye on Bengals WR Andrew Hawkins.

The Texans are shooting for the top spot in the AFC this weekend.

A young Colts team is learning on the job.

Big individual numbers haven’t resulted in wins during Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew’s career.

Titans WR Kendall Wright is tied for the lead in the NFL with 14 third-down receptions.

A review of the Broncos’ first six weeks.

The Chiefs haven’t led all season and they’ve only been tied for 22 percent of it.

The Raiders feel that they can break out against the Jaguars.

Said Chargers CB Quentin Jammer, “It’s no time to push the panic button. Everything that’s wrong can be made right.”

Will Cowboys WR Miles Austin see an expanded role this week?

The Giants are using two losses to the Redskins last year as motivation.

Five questions for the Eagles to ponder during the bye week.

Brandon Banks is still looking for his first big kick return of the year for the Redskins.

Will the Bears be able to stop Lions WR Calvin Johnson on Monday night?

Lions S Amari Spievey opened up about his best friend being beaten to death last year.

DT Ryan Pickett has stepped up for the Packers this season.

With games Sunday and Thursday, the Vikings will have a good idea of where they stand in five days.

Falcons owner Arthur Blank thinks Jimmy Haslam will do a great job as Browns owner.

The Panthers could use a lesson from the late Sam Mills.

A graphical look at the Saints offense.

Buccaneers linebackers Lavonte David and Mason Foster have established themselves in the lineup early in their careers.

The Cardinals haven’t won in Minnesota since 1977.

RB Daryl Richardson has given the Rams a different look in the backfield.

How are the 49ers running things on defense this season?

LB Heath Farwell is an essential part of the Seahawks special teams.