Wednesday morning one-liners

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Dolphins coach Adam Gase likes the way QB Ryan Tannehill is taking control of the offense.

The Bills have juggled their practice squad.

The Patriots are expecting a challenge from the Bills’ running game.

The Jets’ decision to sign troubled TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins is an odd one.

The Ravens lead the league with 10 blocked kicks since 2014.

Can Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict make some game-changing plays in his return from a suspension?

Hue Jackson needs the Browns’ offense to sustain longer drives.

The Steelers have just one sack through three games.

Texans DE Devon Still visited cancer patients at Texas Children’s Hospital.

The Colts think their young safeties will shape the defense for years to come.

It’s been a rough month for Jaguars QB Blake Bortles.

Titans QB Marcus Mariota needs to cut down on the turnovers.

The Broncos’ opponents are finding that there aren’t many ways to beat Denver’s defense.

A former college basketball player, Chiefs TE Demetrius Harris is proving himself a versatile NFL player.

Raiders OT Vadal Alexander has made a big difference on the offensive line.

Chargers fans should cheer Saints QB Drew Brees in his return to San Diego on Sunday.

Cowboys WR Cole Beasley is laughing off the big hit he took against the Bears on Sunday.

The Giants have some important moves to make to replace three injured players.

Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz is bolstering his reputation with a big start to the season.

In Washington, they’re saying Kirk Cousins outplayed Eli Manning in Sunday’s win over the Giants.

Bears coach John Fox is loyal to his assistants, maybe to a fault.

The Lions are improving the Wi-Fi at Ford Field.

Should the Packers be concerned that they only won by 7 points on Sunday, after leading by 28?

The Vikings deserve a lot of credit for the way they’ve approached the first three games of the season.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan says he’s “good to go” despite a thumb injury.

Panthers QB Cam Newton deserves some of the blame for the eight sacks he took on Sunday.

The Saints’ message after their 0-3 start is all about accountability.

The Buccaneers are using their backup offensive linemen as extra blockers in short-yardage situations.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is feeling some heat.

Penalties are a concern for the Rams.

The 49ers’ defense is a work in progress.

Should the Seahawks sit Russell Wilson on Sunday?