Wednesday morning one-liners

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In Buffalo, there are a whole lot of questions facing the Bills.

Miami’s Charles Clay recalls the first time he tried to block Patriots DT Vince Wilfork. (It wasn’t pleasant.)

It’s been nine years since the Patriots won the Super Bowl, but their run of success since then has still been impressive.

The Jets have allowed 836 yards in the last two games, their most in any two consecutive games since Rex Ryan became the coach.

The Ravens, who are 1-5 on the road, now have two key road games as they attempt to secure a playoff berth.

Bengals LT Anthony Collins has stepped up in a big way.

A 4-9 record 13 games into the season is par for the course for the Browns.

The Steelers say they’re focused on winning now, not looking ahead to 2014.

Said Texans interim head coach Wade Phillips, “I’m going to try to influence some things offensively that I feel can help us. I’m not going to take over the offense. I’ll probably delegate more duties defensively. Also, I have to help with special teams. I’m going to try to be a well-rounded head coach. I think that’s what the head coach does is try to be involved in all aspects of the game. And I’ve done that.”

The Colts are going for their eighth season sweep of the Texans.

The Jaguars are hosting a punt, pass and kick competition before Sunday’s game. (Maybe the winner can be their new starting quarterback.)

Said Titans coach Mike Munchak about his job security, “We have three games to go. We have a lot of football to play, so that is not a concern right now.”

Said Broncos coach John Fox of keeping QB Peyton Manning upright, “the most important part about the passing game is the protection.”

The Chiefs and coach Andy Reid are 4-0 against the NFC East this season.

Players on the Raiders spent their day off participating in a Toys for Tots event.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers had his highest passer rating of the season on Sunday against the Giants.

Does Washington have the worst special teams ever?

Win or lose, the Cowboys remain a huge TV ratings draw.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly says he never doubted that his team would rally after falling behind in Sunday’s blizzard game against the Lions.

Said Giants DE Mathias Kiwanuka of the way this season has gone, “Obviously this is not the situation we wanted to find ourselves in.”

Bears TE Martellus Bennett hopes his brother, Seahawks DE Michael Bennett, signs with Chicago in the offseason.

The Lions’ coaching staff doesn’t seem to make the right adjustments.

Ahman Green and Ken Ruettgers will be inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.

Could Bears QB Jay Cutler become Vikings QB Jay Cutler?

Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter says interviewing for the head-coaching job at Boise State isn’t detracting from his preparation for Sunday’s game.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera likes how the NFC playoff race is shaping up: “It is bunching up in the NFC. And a lot of those teams will play each other in the last two or three weeks. The schedulers did a great job.”

The Saints are one win away from the playoffs.

A postgame concert is getting some of the credit for the Buccaneers selling out their home finale.

Cardinals OLB John Abraham credits his offseason rest for his ability to play well into his mid-30s.

The Rams’ running game has shown promise at times, but has been ineffective in recent losses.

San Francisco K Phil Dawson was an offensive tackle in high school.

Seahawks RB Derrick Coleman talked to students about how he has thrived while dealing with the challenge of a hearing impairment.