Monday morning one-liners

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TE Mike Caussin could return to practice for the Bills this week.

Dolphins DB Jimmy Wilson helped stake the team to an early lead against the Jets.

The Patriots defense looked much better than it did in Week Seven.

Special teams were a disaster for the Jets on Sunday.

The Ravens offense will try to bounce back against the Browns.

Changes could be coming to the Bengals linebacking corps at the end of the season.

Weather forced Browns coach Pat Shurmur to scrap his original game plan on Sunday morning.

Steelers RB Jonathan Dwyer made the most of his opportunity for the second straight week.

Some midseason awards for the Texans.

Colts WR Reggie Wayne gave his team a speech in the locker room during halftime.

The Jaguars pieced together a secondary that did a commendable job against the Packers.

The stats looked nice for the Titans offense, but the points didn’t come frequently enough.

The Broncos’ offensive chemistry looked just fine against the Saints.

Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star writes that the Chiefs are “beyond even the kind of stink that makes your eyes water.”

The Raiders believe their defense has started to click.

Status quo has ceased working for the Chargers.

Cowboys LB Dan Connor said x-rays on his neck were negative after he was forced out of the game on Sunday.

S Stevie Brown had a huge game for the Giants.

Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer wonders if Andy Reid is losing the Eagles locker room.

How do you feel about Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall’s ejection?

The Bears have already set the Bears single-season record for touchdown returns.

The Lions defense came on after a rough start against the Seahawks.

Packers LB Dezman Moses made his first Lambeau Leap after recovering a blocked punt in the end zone.

The Vikings are fighting against doubt creeping in after Thursday’s loss.

An argument that the Falcons have the look of a special team.

Scott Fowler of the Charlotte Observer thinks the Panthers should accept any decent offer for RB DeAngelo Williams.

The Saints had a rough time on third downs on Sunday night.

Unusual is becoming usual when it comes to Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano.

The Cardinals have plenty on the line against the 49ers.

The 49ers aren’t giving up many long passes.

Outside of the 45-7 loss to the Patriots, it was a nice trip to London for the Rams.

Maybe if Lions WR Titus Young had a Transformers-related nickname, the Seahawks would have done a better job defending him.