Friday morning one-liners


The Bills are looking for more consistent play from their offensive line.

Thursday night’s win was one the Dolphins really needed.

Rookie WR Aaron Dobson feels he’s more integrated into the Patriots offense.

Jets CB Antonio Cromartie may draw the job of guarding Saints TE Jimmy Graham.

When the Ravens go to Cleveland, things usually go well for RB Ray Rice.

Said Bengals K Mike Nugent, “Something about this game tonight. A loss has never stung this much. I don’t know what it is about tonight, but this one hurt.”

Wide receivers Greg Little and Davone Bess need to do more for the Browns.

The Steelers plan to be physical with Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski.

Heavy rain meant the Texans had to take Thursday’s practice inside.

Sunday’s game will be the Colts’ first in 15 years without either Reggie Wayne or Marvin Harrison.

The Jaguars front office and coaching staff have received strong support from owner Shad Khan.

The improvement in Titans QB Jake Locker’s play has been clear this season.

Broncos coach John Fox doesn’t mind being labeled as conservative.

Five Chiefs have played every snap of the season with their respective units.

The Raiders run defense is steeling itself for a date with Eagles RB LeSean McCoy.

Previewing the Chargers offense heading into this weekend’s matchup with the Redskins.

DT Jason Hatcher thinks the Cowboys defense will be able to turn things around.

Giants OL James Brewer really likes his video games.

How have the Eagles’ free agent acquisitions fared thus far?

Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett stuck up for LB Brian Orakpo.

The Bears’ rookie linebackers will need to minimize mistakes against the Packers.

Handing out some midseason Lions awards.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy didn’t feel like banging the drum for his team on Thursday.

Results have been mixed for the three Vikings first-round picks.

Falcons RB Steven Jackson isn’t panicking after a poor first game back after injury.

Panthers DE Greg Hardy says he’s moved past his spat with Falcons K Matt Bryant.

LB David Hawthorne is healthy and he’s providing solid play for the Saints.

G Jamon Meredith adds some bulk to the Buccaneers line.

Cardinals G Jonathan Cooper still can’t walk, but he’s moving fast on his scooter.

Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer still feels good about the final play call in Monday night’s Rams loss.

He’s been activated, but when will LB Aldon Smith play again for the 49ers?

Injuries can’t explain all the struggles on the offensive line for the Seahawks.