Monday morning one-liners

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Fumbles by TE Scott Chandler and WR Stevie Johnson were too much for the Bills to overcome.

Dolphins DE Olivier Vernon made a big impact against the Jets.

The Patriots run defense was a bit better this week than it was in Week 12.

The Jets benched CB Dee Milliner again on Sunday.

Sunday’s results were good for the Ravens’ playoff chances.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis complimented his team’s toughness.

WR Josh Gordon continues to shine while the Browns struggle.

Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette doesn’t think the Steelers treat QB Ben Roethlisberger well.

The Texans are starting to find more success on kick returns.

Five field goals put the spotlight on Colts K Adam Vinatieri on Sunday.

WR Ace Sanders turned in a strong day for the Jaguars.

Titans S Bernard Pollard had some “choice words” for LB Moise Fokou after a costly personal foul helped put points on the board for the Colts.

Are the Raiders figuring out how to win?

WR Keenan Allen has become a vital part of the Chargers offense in his rookie season.

DT Jason Hatcher may be playing his final games with the Cowboys.

S Will Hill came up with the play that clinched the win for the Giants on Sunday night.

The Eagles pass rush was effective against the Cardinals.

RB Alfred Morris wasn’t a big factor for the Redskins.

There were plenty of places to find fault with the Bears in Sunday’s loss.

Lions QB Shaun Hill hasn’t thrown a pass this season, but still may be a desirable commodity as a free agent.

Moving positions forced Packers LB Mike Neal to alter his diet.

RB Adrian Peterson was a big reason why the Vikings beat the Bears.

Falcons WR Roddy White looked healthier than he felt on Sunday.

Said Panthers C Ryan Kalil of RB Mike Tolbert, “He does not have the stereotypical type of athletic professional body. But he’s an unbelievable athlete. An incredible dancer. He’s a music connoisseur. He’s kind of the unofficial team DJ. He’s a pretty loud guy. You can usually hear him when he’s coming. I like to think that’s a little bit how he plays.”

The Saints know they need to stop RB Marshawn Lynch on Monday night.

Some old flaws returned for the Buccaneers in Week 13.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians wouldn’t blame officiating for contributing to Sunday’s loss.

A fake punt fizzled and took the Rams’ chances of beating the 49ers with it.

WR Michael Crabtree was disappointed that he couldn’t turn a long catch into a touchdown in his return to the 49ers lineup.

The Seahawks are in the playoffs with a win on Monday night.