Monday morning one-liners

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Bills DE Mario Williams set a new franchise record with 4.5 sacks against the Panthers.

CB Brent Grimes’ first interception as a member of the Dolphins came at the right time.

The Patriots secondary has held up well to this point in the season.

P Robert Malone looks like he’ll be an important player for the Jets this season.

Tandon Doss’ punt returns helped the Ravens win in Doss’ first game back with the team.

Bengals LB James Harrison will try to sack Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger on Monday night for the first time since both men were in college.

Memories of Tim Couch were evoked when Browns QB Brandon Weeden hurt his thumb on Sunday.

Steelers LB Kion Wilson has impressed Bengals coach Marvin Lewis on film.

LB Brian Cushing’s performance on Sunday was a big reason why the Texans were able to pull out a victory.

Said Colts S LaRon Landry, “We should have been victorious, but should have doesn’t count. It’s going to be a bad feeling once we watch the tape. I already know it is.”

Jaguars players said after Sunday’s loss that they haven’t become discouraged after losses in the first two weeks.

The Titans offense failed to produce enough in the second half.

PR Trindon Holliday returned a kick for a touchdown for the fifth time since joining the Broncos.

Grinding out a win on the ground works just fine for Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles.

S Usama Young played a big role in an aggressive Raiders pass rush.

WR Eddie Royal is the first member of the Chargers to score five touchdowns in two games since 2004.

Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News wonders how Cowboys WR Dez Bryant can look so dominant one moment and go missing the next.

The return of RB Brandon Jacobs did little to spur the Giants running game.

Eagles rookie T Lane Johnson’s rough Sunday included two illegal formation penalties.

Where do the Redskins go after their second straight loss?

Bears CB Tim Jennings bailed out QB Jay Cutler with an interception return for a touchdown just after Cutler threw a pick of his own.

The Lions felt the absence of DT Nick Fairley on Sunday.

Packers WR James Jones rebounded in a major way after not catching a pass in Week One.

The Vikings’ defensive play calls late in their loss to the Bears were the subject of regret after the game.

LB Joplo Bartu played a prominent role for the Falcons against the Rams.

Five plays that helped send the Panthers to defeat against the Bills.

It wasn’t a pretty performance, but the Saints will take their victory in Tampa all the same.

The Buccaneers didn’t have much go right for them on Sunday, but RB Doug Martin’s performance was a strong one.

Everyone had a role in the Cardinals offense down the stretch with WR Larry Fitzgerald slowed by a balky hamstring.

A call for the Rams to kick up the tempo of their offense.

The 49ers saw four starters head to the sideline with injuries in their loss to the Seahawks.

The Seahawks secondary made 49ers WR Anquan Boldin a non-factor on Sunday night.