Monday morning one-liners

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LB Bryan Scott hopes the new regime in Buffalo wants to keep him with the Bills.

Did the Marlins make it harder for the Dolphins to get the stadium money they want?

Shane Vereen made sure the Patriots didn’t suffer because of Danny Woodhead’s injury.

Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post suggests the Jets make a run at 49ers QB Alex Smith this offseason.

Saturday was a big day for Ravens QB Joe Flacco.

Bengals LB Rey Maualuga needs to do a better job of drowning out critics in coming years.

The Browns are trying to hold onto special teams coach Chris Tabor.

Members of the Steelers secondary are quite fond of defensive backs coach Carnell Lake.

Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips said his unit struggled with the Patriots’ uptempo offense.

The Colts’ quick turnaround could become a template for other teams.

CFL QB Mike Reilly worked out for the Jaguars.

The Titans aren’t saying anything about WR Kenny Britt’s latest brush with the police.

WR Eric Decker and other Broncos are still trying to process the way their season ended.

Profiling John Dorsey’s rise through the ranks to become Chiefs’ general manager.

A look at some candidates to become Raiders offensive coordinator.

Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune shares his thoughts about the candidates for the Chargers head coaching job.

A predicition that defensive changes for the Cowboys will be easy to make.

A game-winning field goal went better for Matt Bryant with the Falcons on Sunday than it did when he was with the Giants in 2003.

The Broncos’ loss to the Ravens gave Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News some doubts about Mike McCoy’s readiness to be a head coach.

P Sav Rocca hopes to return to the Redskins next season.

The speed of the Bears’ coaching search could be impacted by the teams that lost in the Divisional Round.

Members of the Lions voted for T Riley Reiff as the team’s rookie of the year.

Said Packers LB Desmond Bishop, “You can’t have a great defense and win the Super Bowl one year and then be kicked out the next year, or a year or two later. I don’t think it should work like that at all. I think Dom Capers is a great coach.”

Will the Vikings add any read-option to their offense?

Falcons QB Matt Ryan doesn’t have to answer any more questions about why he can’t win in the postseason.

T Jordan Gross doesn’t think losing offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski will force the Panthers offense to move backward.

An attempt to prioritize the Saints’ needs heading into the offseason.

Buccaneers staffers don’t have to travel far to check out the East-West Shrine Game.

The Cardinals kept things quiet on the coaching search front this weekend.

Rams G.M. Les Snead shared some early thoughts about having two first round picks in this year’s draft.

The 49ers haven’t won a road playoff game since 1989.

With eight catches for 142 yards, TE Zach Miller did everything he could to push the Seahawks to the NFC Championship Game.

7 responses to “Monday morning one-liners

  1. Oh, whine, whine, whine; Manning threw a pick and lost, period. Broncos had two run backs for TD’s and still couldn’t beat The Ravens. Their Defense broke down and Peyton forced a bad pass with a weak arm, so the Ravens advance. Stop crying.

  2. Regarding the Colts “template” for quick turnarounds, does this mean intentionally tank a season when you know there is possible future HOF QB waiting in the draft?

  3. Tom Brady most playoff wins ever, Peyton Manning most playoff losses ever. Manning supporters don’t really have a leg to stand on anymore people used to blame Peyton’s defenses but he had a top five defense this year and still went one and done for the eighth time.

    Brady’s been carrying a bad defense for a while and had more success than Peyton doing that. Now that Brady’s defense is improved he has a great chance to capture his fourth championship on the same field where he captured his first.

  4. Wade Philips says his unit had trouble with the up tempo offense of the Patriots . The same offense he saw 5 weeks earlier .His guys were gassed the first time you would think he would have worked hard to prevent that from happening again .

  5. Why is it the Defense gets tired but the Offense doesn’t? They’re both running around at the same tempo.

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