Monday morning one-liners

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The Bills didn’t have a good tackling day against the Bengals.

The good, bad and ugly of the first five Dolphins games of the season.

Patriots RB Stevan Ridley finally found his way to the end zone.

The Jets running game never really got going on Sunday.

Ravens WR Torrey Smith was a non-factor in Sunday’s loss.

A halftime adjustment by Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer paid off.

Browns LB Quentin Groves didn’t agree with a penalty for roughing the passer, but he didn’t spend much energy castigating the official for it either.

The Steelers defense had its best day of the season.

Texans RB Arian Foster ended a frustrating day by going after Rams DE Robert Quinn because of Quinn’s sack dance on the last play of the game.

Five storylines to watch when the Colts face the Chargers on Monday night.

WR Justin Blackmon was a bright spot for the Jaguars for the second straight week.

The Titans offense never got going in Seattle.

The Broncos won again, but their center-quarterback exchange could use a little work.

Said Chiefs LB Derrick Johnson, “Ten sacks? I didn’t know it was 10. Everybody’s trying to eat around here, everybody’s hungry and everybody’s thirsty.”

An already banged-up Raiders offensive line suffered more injuries on Sunday.

The Chargers hope DL Corey Liuget is starting to catch fire.

Special teams helped spark the Cowboys to victory on Sunday night.

An attempt to put some polish on a dismal Giants season includes their number of offensive plays going for more than 20 yards.

RB LeSean McCoy and QB Nick Foles shared the backfield well for the Eagles.

Redskins LB Bryan Kehl and LS Nick Sundberg are both headed for MRIs after injuries against the Cowboys.

The Bears aren’t concerned with their current offensive balance.

Lions LB DeAndre Levy had a pair of interceptions, but said after the game that he only played OK.

RB Eddie Lacy was a crucial piece of the Packers offense in Week Six.

Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph stood out on a quiet day for the team’s receivers.

Expect to see more tight ends in the lineup for the Falcons.

S Mike Mitchell and LB Thomas Davis spurred the Panthers defense to a strong performance on Sunday.

Saints TE Benjamin Watson, a former Patriot, was on the other side of Tom Brady’s late-game magic this time.

A bad week for Buccaneers CB Johnthan Banks didn’t get any better on Sunday.

Said Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald of his third quarter fumble, “I wish I could take it back. Driving, momentum was in our favor and I got a little careless with the football. To be in a game that close, you can’t have those kind of mistakes.”

Said Rams QB Sam Bradford, “If you look at the way we’ve played the past two weeks, it’s been a completely different mind-set, a completely different attitude.”

LB Patrick Willis forced a key fumble in his return to the 49ers lineup.

Seahawks CB Richard Sherman looked back to his old self against the Titans.