Thursday morning one-liners

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The Bills are an awful 2-13 in AFC East games under Chan Gailey.

For the Dolphins, tonight brings a test of whether they’re legitimate playoff contenders or not.

The Patriots’ league-best turnover margin could get a boost against a Colts team near the bottom in that category.

The latest Tebow-gate has reduced the Jets/Brian Schottenheimer reunion to a footnote.

QB Dennis Dixon is happy to be back on the Ravens practice squad, even as the Steelers were considering him.

Bengals WR A.J. Green’s big first half has him leading all receivers in Pro Bowl voting.

Browns K Phil Dawson is fired up about going home to Dallas this weekend, since he had a “Doomsday Defense” poster on his wall as a kid.

Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall was back in practice, meaning they could have their top three backs available this week.

Texans WR Andre Johnson now has more catches than any NFL receiver who played in Texas.

The Colts had a short injury report, listing only two guys who will be out, CB Vontae Davis and TE Coby Fleener.

The best the Jaguars can hope for is that the Texans will overlook them.

The Titans haven’t won three games in a row since 2009.

Broncos DE Robert Ayers will likely get more of a chance this week, with Elvis Dumervil injured.

The Chiefs filled their practice squad by finding a local product.

This is not the week the Raiders need a banged-up secondary, with the Saints on deck.

If blaming Norv Turner, A.J. Smith and Philip Rivers is getting old for you, save a few whacks for the Chargers offensive line.

Cowboys CB Morris Claiborne knows opponents are targeting him now.

The Giants are working on getting more pressure on opposing quarterbacks.

Another week, another lineup for the Eagles offensive line.

After losing their last must-win game, the Redskins have a series of them coming up.

Bears WR Brandon Marshall was just trying to show some love to his alma mater, but ended up exposing a bare Bear on Twitter.

The Lions’ perpetually injured secondary is  entering a stretch of games against some of the league’s top passing games.

The return of Packers CB Sam Shields could cut into the snaps for Casey Hayward.

Tom Powers of the St. Paul Pioneer Press says Gov. Mark Dayton’s anti-Vikings-PSL rant is six months too late.

Falcons WR Julio Jones was held out of practice with a sore ankle.

New Panthers signing Jeremy Bridges is already getting reps with the starters at RG.

The Saints weren’t surprised at all that former assistant Dennis Allen became a head coach.

With Quincy Black on IR, the Bucs are counting on LB Adam Hayward stepping up.

Cardinals LB Daryl Washington is earning notice for his pass-rush ability.

Rams DE Eugene Sims is hoping to get back onto the field this week.

For 49ers RB Frank Gore, this week’s game against the Bears doesn’t lack for motivation: “They’re coming off a big loss and we [expletive] tied.”

The Seahawks continue to shuffle WRs on the practice squad, one of the sore spots on the active roster.