Sunday morning one-liners

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Is Russ Brandon the right man to bring the Bills back to winning?

The Dolphins’ first try for a contract extension for WR Brian Hartline didn’t work out that well.

Not much has changed since the Patriots blew out the Texans in the regular season.

A vote for former Jets special teams coach Mike Westhoff to move into television.

The Ravens should be able to run the ball against the Colts.

By underutilizing WR A.J. Green, the Bengals’ offensive game plan opened itself up for criticism.

Looking at Browns quarterbacks with the prospect of Chip Kelly as head coach.

Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has a 10-point plan to get the Steelers back on track.

Saturday was a good day for the Texans’ tight ends.

The Colts’ season was a memorable one regardless of what happens in Baltimore.

Said Jaguars DE Jeremy Mincey, “We’re right there. There were a lot of games we could have and should have won. We’re just a few players off, a few plays off. It’s just an unfortunate situation. When it’s not your time, it’s not your time.”

QB Jake Locker and LB Colin McCarthy rank as the most disappointing Titans in this year-end summary.

Former Broncos QB Jeff Lewis died at the age of 39.

Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star thinks Scott Pioli should spend some of the free time on his hands ruminating on what went wrong during his Chiefs tenure.

RB Jon Hoese, NT Johnny Jones and WR Isaiah Williams signed futures contracts with the Raiders.

Offensive line help is a top priority for the Chargers this offseason.

A call for the Cowboys to put a new voice in QB Tony Romo’s ear.

An argument against any significant changes for the Giants.

Did the Eagles have a team MVP this season?

Rookie G Josh LeRibeus says he’s ready to step in for the Redskins if Kory Lichtensteiger can’t go.

A new head coach isn’t the only big decision for the Bears to make.

It looks like the Lions’ plan for Riley Reiff is to play him at tackle.

Packers S Charles Woodson was happy to be back on the field and he was happy to see his collarbone come through unscathed.

Jim Souhan of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune thinks the Vikings were too conservative on offense on Saturday night.

Said Falcons WR Roddy White of his knee, “It’s feeling good. I think the second week was really the turning point for everything. I feel a lot more comfortable. I feel like I can move around and do lateral movements and stuff like that instead of just running straight.”

Should the Panthers have waited to hire a general manager before deciding what to do with coach Ron Rivera?

Any plan for improving the Saints has to start with improving the defense.

The Buccaneers should be looking for a better backup quarterback than Dan Orlovsky.

The Cardinals missed out on the great quarterback bonanza in last year’s draft.

The young Rams showed both progress and potential this season.

An early look at some 49ers-Packers storylines to keep in mind this week.

Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times writes that the future is now for the Seahawks.