Sunday morning one-liners

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RB Ronnie Wingo may do more than just come close to making his Bills debut this week.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin says the team hasn’t changed directions in the wake of three straight losses.

DE Andre Carter is trying to learn the Patriots’ defensive playbook as quickly as possible.

Some Jets think a tackle by LB DeMario Davis in Week One has been the biggest play of their season.

Ravens WR Torrey Smith has become an active member of the community.

The Bengals have gotten a lot of production from their tight ends this season.

TE Jordan Cameron has been a bright spot for the Browns offense.

Steelers K Shaun Suisham deviated from his original plan to be an electrician.

Texans TE Ryan Griffin reflected on the first catch of his career in a diary on the team’s website.

QB Matt Hasselbeck answered some questions about his career for the Colts website.

Said Jaguars coach Gus Bradley of the response his team has gotten in London, “I didn’t expect this. This is unbelievable.”

A look at the Titans’ competition for a playoff spot.

The Broncos will pay tribute to Mike Shanahan on Sunday.

The Chiefs have been the most successful of the league’s rebuilding teams this season.

Winning after bye weeks isn’t something the Raiders have made a habit of doing.

A bye week evaluation of the Chargers running backs.

Five storylines to keep an eye on when the Cowboys face the Lions.

Giants LB Jon Beason is hoping to prove his doubters wrong.

When LB DeMeco Ryans talks, the Eagles defense listens.

S Jose Gumbs has proven to be a useful find for the Redskins.

Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune is having a hard time finding positive scenarios for the Bears.

CB Chris Houston hopes to give the Lions a better performance this week.

The Packers defense needs to do a better job in the second halves of games.

Jim Souhan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune doesn’t think Vikings coach Leslie Frazier deserves the lion’s share of blame for the way the season has played out.

The Falcons don’t give the ball away much, but they don’t take it away often enough either.

Said Panthers coach Ron Rivera, “It’s not like it’s all of a sudden, but now we see the consistency, we see the efficiency, and I think that’s all been a part of his growth. Everyone’s starting to believe so hopefully we continue that.

The Saints have some of the most consistent quarterback play in the league.

Patience in the Buccaneers is running thin.

The Cardinals can get to .500 at the halfway point of the season with a win on Sunday.

St. Louis may not be paying much attention to the Rams’ return to Monday Night Football.

How will the 49ers open up roster spots for their returning players?

The members of the Seahawks defensive line are okay with playing fewer snaps as part of deep rotation.