Sunday morning one-liners

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Said Bills DE Mario Williams of playing in Toronto, “Whenever you go and play somewhere else, even if it’s supposedly a home game, you can’t really say it’s going to be that way. You’re going somewhere where some people might not even care much about football. So it’s not really that big of a deal because they don’t really care who wins.”

Is this the end of the line for Dolphins G.M. Jeff Ireland?

The Patriots defense’s confidence is on an upswing.

“Organized chaos” has helped the Jets come up with better results in recent weeks.

Ravens DT Haloti Ngata has been looking healthier in recent weeks.

The Bengals won big Thursday night, but their offense has work to do.

If the Browns make changes to the coaching staff, they might want to keep the defensive scheme in place.

The Steelers need some inexperienced defensive backs to step up this week.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle thinks the Texans will bounce back with a win this week.

The Colts have no regrets about the trade for CB Vontae Davis.

Comparing the 2012 Jaguars with the first team in franchise history.

The Titans are looking for more than zeros across the board from DE Kamerion Wimbley.

Said Broncos LB Von Miller of winning defensive player of the year, “Of course I want to accomplish something as great as that, but it’s one of those things … if I don’t get it this year, God willing I’ll have more chances in the future to get it. It’s a big deal, but it’s not as big a deal as the type of team that we have and the type of things we can accomplish as a team this year.”

The Chiefs don’t have many obvious edges on the Raiders.

Raiders coaches think they’ve got the right offensive system in place.

LB Gary Guyton might make a quick leap from the street to the Chargers starting lineup.

The Cowboys will continue to rotate Doug Free and Jermey Parnell at right tackle.

Giants K Lawrence Tynes is happy he doesn’t have to kick off to David Wilson.

A call for the Eagles to kick the tires of Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden after the season.

The Redskins hope to see more consistency from WR Leonard Hankerson over the rest of the season.

A look at how the Bears will try to attack the Packers through the air.

Lions scout Cary Conklin was once a 49ers quarterback who misfired on an attempt to Jerry Rice, costing him yards that might allow Lions WR Calvin Johnson to set a record for the most receiving yards in a season.

Packers tight ends coach Jerry Fontenot started his playing career as a member of the Bears, who he’ll be trying to beat on Sunday.

Vikings T Matt Kalil is trying to master the guitar while also learning his trade in the NFL.

Said Falcons QB Matt Ryan of trying to get revenge for last year’s playoff loss, “It’s one of the motivations that pushes you when you fall short in the playoffs. But we’re a different football team than we were last year and they’re a different football team than they were in the playoffs last year.”

Panthers RB Mike Tolbert’s emotions are running high for this week’s reunion with the Chargers.

Saints interim coach Joe Vitt insists the team’s preparations won’t be affected by the loss of playoff hopes.

DT Gerald McCoy hopes to close strong for the Buccaneers.

A quarterback watching guide to bowl games for the Cardinals.

The Rams are playing their best run defense of the year just in time for a date with Adrian Peterson.

Night time has been the right time for 49ers LB Aldon Smith this season.

The Seahawks aren’t hearing much criticism of their 2012 draft anymore.