Tuesday morning one-liners

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The Bills are finding more questions than answers right now.

Dolphins T Jake Long knows he needs to step up his game.

Coach Bill Belichick didn’t have much to say about the Patriots’ trade for CB Aqib Talib.

Said Jets CB Antonio Cromartie, “The months of November and December, that is when most teams are made anyway. The biggest thing for us is to take care of the things we need to take care of, one thing at a time.”

The Ravens aren’t too concerned about injuries to offensive linemen Marshal Yanda and Bobbie Williams.

Paul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer thinks you can go ahead and stick a fork in the Bengals.

Thanks to the wife of owner Jimmy Haslam, the Browns will be getting a show on the Travel Channel.

Steelers WR Mike Wallace is accepting his changed role in the offense.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak would like to see his team get off to better starts.

The Colts aren’t thrilled about the quick turnaround they have to make this week.

Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey felt his team lacked intensity in their loss to the Lions.

The Titans gave TE Jared Cook more playing time, but he didn’t do much with it.

Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has been using plenty of looks and players so far this season.

Some doubt that Monday’s shakeup will lead to any changes for the Chiefs.

Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News thinks now is the time we’ll find out if Dennis Allen is the right coach for the Raiders.

Chargers DE Corey Liuget feels he’s improved in his second season.

Does the schedule for the second half give the Cowboys hope for a turnaround?

DE Justin Tuck says he isn’t worried the Giants are at the start of another second half swoon.

The Eagles have scored the fewest first half points of anyone in football.

Is poor technique the biggest problem on defense for the Redskins?

CB Kelvin Hayden says he’s never seen a team be better at forcing turnovers than his Bears are this year.

RB Joique Bell has found a role with the Lions this season.

Rating the Packers’ performance against the Cardinals.

Vikings WR Jarius Wright thinks he’s ready to go in the event Percy Harvin’s ankle keeps him out.

The Falcons don’t fear a serious injury for DT Peria Jerry.

Credit for the plan the Panthers used to slow the Redskins offense went to the team’s defensive assistant coaches.

The Saints got breakout games from running backs Chris Ivory and Mark Ingram on Monday night.

The play of the Buccaneers offensive line has quieted some doubters.

RB Beanie Wells can return to practice for the Cardinals this week.

A look at the season Rams QB Sam Bradford has put together.

Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle finds surprises amid the successes of the 49ers.

Said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll of his defense’s recent play, “We’re seeing a lot of complexities in the last month. And some of the stuff has been harder for us. We haven’t executed as well, and that calls for us to make sure we’re really on our stuff.”