Tuesday morning one-liners

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Jerry Sullivan of the Buffalo News writes that the Bills erred by putting themselves in a position to start Thad Lewis at quarterback.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin defended the decision to spike the ball with a minute left in their loss to the Ravens.

A failure to convert on third downs is hindering the Patriots offense.

RB Mike Goodson ran for 32 yards on three carries in his Jets debut.

The Ravens could get WR Marlon Brown back at practice on Wednesday.

There have been 154 300-yard passing games since a defense run by Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer has allowed one.

The Browns want to see QB Brandon Weeden get the ball out early.

Steelers WR Jerricho Cotchery has made the most of increased opportunities.

Losing the locker room is not one of the things concerning Texans coach Gary Kubiak.

S Antoine Bethea had some choice words for his Colts teammates before they came back to win on Sunday.

Said Jaguars T Luke Joeckel of the most disappointing part of his ankle injury, “I finally got to live my dream and play left tackle in the NFL and got less than a quarter.”

Titans LB Moise Fokou said a costly penalty on Sunday has caused him to rethink his approach to hitting quarterbacks as they run near the sideline.

Grit was the thing Broncos coach John Fox liked the most about Sunday’s win.

Andy Reid is looking forward to his first experience in the middle of the Chiefs-Raiders rivalry.

The Raiders offensive line held up well against the Chargers defense.

Chargers LB Manti Te’o saw more playing time in Week Five.

Examining what’s happened to the Cowboys defense over the last six quarters.

Tom Coughlin doesn’t want anyone to utter a negative peep about QB Eli Manning, but that’s hard to avoid.

Jeff Maehl is seeing more time at wide receiver for the Eagles.

Redskins K Kai Forbath said he’s feeling better after rehabbing his groin injury during the week off.

The Bears aren’t complaining about having a short week.

A heavy dose of nickel defense led to few snaps for LB Ashlee Palmer.

RB Eddie Lacy helped the Packers control the ball for much of Sunday’s victory.

The Vikings could get CB Chris Cook and S Jamarca Sanford back in the lineup this week.

The Falcons needed one yard for a touchdown at the end of the first half on Monday and came away with nothing.

Games following bye weeks haven’t worked out for the Panthers under coach Ron Rivera.

Time of possession has been a plus for the Saints this season.

The Buccaneers signed QB Jordan Rodgers to their practice squad.

The defense carried the Cardinals to victory in Week Five.

RB Zac Stacy played well enough to earn a second start for the Rams.

CB Tramaine Brock has cashed in on the chances the 49ers have given him this year.

The Seahawks expect to get C Max Unger back in the lineup this week.