Friday morning one-liners


The Bills have gotten good starts from their two tackles.

Dolphins DE Dion Jordan wants to make up for a mistake against the Colts.

Running with a chip on his shoulder is old hat for Patriots RB LeGarrette Blount.

Jets S Antonio Allen thinks he’s figured out the secret to stopping Bills RB C.J. Spiller.

The Ravens think CB Jimmy Smith is moving in the right direction.

Tight ends Jermaine Greshem and Tyler Eifert make life difficult for Bengals opponents.

QB Brian Hoyer’s high school teammates are excited about his first start for the Browns.

Steelers TE Heath Miller is feeling no discomfort after his return to practice.

An argument that the Texans could use a healthy T Duane Brown more than S Ed Reed this week.

Trading for RB Trent Richardson has given a jolt of energy to the Colts.

Jaguars WR Cecil Shorts feels ready to take on the Seahawks cornerbacks.

The Titans have seen the benefits of going no-huddle on offense.

Broncos QB Peyton Manning will attend the final home game of Rockies first baseman Todd Helton, a friend since they went to Tennessee together.

The Chiefs offense got a big night from WR Donnie Avery on Thursday.

The Raiders defense wants to force some turnovers.

Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt says the offense will continue mixing things up in the coming weeks.

The Cowboys are working to develop a more effective running game.

Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News wants people to give the Giants the benefit of the doubt.

The Eagles lost, but their defense looked better.

Redskins TE Fred Davis is seeing less playing time, but he said it won’t affect his work ethic.

RB Matt Forte says the Bears haven’t delved that deep into the offensive playbook yet.

Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said that WR Ryan Broyles is ready to go.

Running backs for the Packers know that protecting QB Aaron Rodgers is paramount.

Said Vikings rookie CB Xavier Rhodes, “I expected it to be fast, and that’s what it is, so I’m playing fast.”

The Falcons are banged up physically, but they say nothing’s changed in their outlook for the season.

CB Drayton Florence joked that the Panthers gave him a two-week unpaid vacation by bringing him back after cutting him while setting their initial roster.

The Saints are trying to solve their problems in the red zone.

Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis is fond of the team’s linebackers.

CB Justin Bethel has made his presence felt on the Cardinals’ special teams.

The Rams got a slew of achy players back at practice on Thursday.

S Eric Reid hopes he progresses through the concussion protocol fast enough to play for the 49ers on Sunday.

Seahawks T Breno Giacomini has goaded opponents into two personal fouls while avoiding any for himself.