Tuesday morning one-liners

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The screen pass has worked well for the Bills this season.

Dolphins CB Nolan Carroll is at a loss to explain why he was penalized so often last Thursday.

A look at what went right on Patriots PR Julian Edelman’s 68-yard touchdown from Sunday.

The Jets still trust WR Stephen Hill despite the rookie’s habit of dropping passes while wide open.

DT Haloti Ngata looked healthier in his return to the Ravens lineup.

Bengals WR Mohamed Sanu saw a lot of playing time in Week 11.

Breaking down every pass thrown by Browns QB Brandon Weeden.

Steelers CB Keenan Lewis stood up well to being tested on Sunday night.

The Texans are trying to correct last week’s mistakes in the short window before Thanksgiving.

The Colts are trying to move forward from their loss to the Patriots as quickly as possible.

The Jaguars defense was on the field for a franchise-record 92 plays against the Texans.

Titans coach Mike Munchak wants his team to start a run at a playoff spot against the Jaguars this weekend.

A look at the Broncos running game without Willis McGahee.

The wounded Chiefs offense will try to put itself together in time to face the Broncos.

Raiders coach Dennis Allen has spoken to Dan Reeves for advice during his first year as a head coach.

Said Chargers S Eric Weddle, “The wild card is out there. It’s not like any team is running away with it. We still have big games against those teams that are in the wild card race.”

Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News doesn’t think the Cowboys are making any change at quarterback anytime soon.

Giants LB Keith Rivers missed Monday’s practice as a result of a bruised knee suffered in a bye week car accident.

Sam Donnellon of the Philadelphia Daily News thinks now is the time for the Eagles to fire coach Andy Reid.

Redskins WR Pierre Garçon hopes to have more productive days in the coming weeks.

Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune thinks Bears QB Jay Cutler might have been lucky to miss Monday night’s game.

Lions DT Nick Fairley had one of his best professional games in Week 11.

The Packers look like they’ll keep their running back timeshare in place.

The Vikings got back to work Monday with their eyes on a goal they feel is right in front of them.

A closer look at Falcons coach Mike Smith’s mistaken challenge flag from Sunday.

An argument for making a decision about Panthers coach Ron Rivera after the season.

Saints defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo said “any defense” is better with LB Jonathan Vilma.

According to coach Greg Schiano, Buccaneers CB Eric Wright’s availability is “week-to-week.”

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell expects to return to action this week.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher said the team probably should have run RB Steven Jackson more often against the Jets.

Said 49ers LB Aldon Smith of his 5.5 sacks, “I have a thing for night games. I love the lights.”

The Seahawks count themselves fortunate to be so healthy at this point in the season.