Thursday morning one-liners

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We should find out this week just how good the Bills’ defense is.

Dolphins coach Adam Gase still can’t wrap his mind around what happened last week.

A look at why the Patriots have ended up with the league’s worst-ranked defense.

Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson is going to play through a shoulder sprain.

The Ravens aren’t discussing any pregame plans for this week.

Bengals WR John Ross was limited to riding a stationary bike yesterday.

Browns rookie S Jabrill Peppers couldn’t sleep for a few days after his rough game against the Colts.

The Steelers are looking for more from the running game.

The Texans like rookie RB D'Onta Foreman‘s versatility and power.

Colts WR T.Y. Hilton doesn’t mind the pressure.

The Jaguars have allowed just two sacks in three games, tied for fewest in the league. (Of course.)

Titans WR Corey Davis has already been ruled out this week.

The Broncos are bracing themselves for Khalil Mack.

Local police union urges Chiefs CB Marcus Peters to get involved.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers knows the offense needs to pick up the pace.

The Raiders have the best OL in the league, according to Von Miller.

Cowboys LG Chaz Green knows he has a big test this week in Rams DT Aaron Donald.

Giants CB Janoris Jenkins returned to practice.

The Eagles still seek clarity at LG after rotating a few options.

Washington WR Josh Doctson showed his potential Sunday night.

The Bears are adjusting on offense (to the fact they’re not good at the whole throwing thing).

Lions WR Golden Tate is still shaking his head about the end of last week’s loss.

The Packers’ OT situation is still a mess.

None of the Vikings QBs had much luck with the Lions last year.

Falcons DT Grady Jarrett won’t kneel again for the anthem.

Panthers CB Captain Munnerlyn‘s not sure why he played just 11 snaps last week.

Saints CB Marshon Lattimore returned to a full practice in London.

The Buccaneers are preparing to be without a pair of defensive stars.

The Cardinals have red zone issues on both sides of the ball.

Rams QB Jared Goff doesn’t want to stray too far from the pocket.

49ers S Eric Reid fears the meaning of the protests during the national anthem is being lost.

The Seahawks run defense hasn’t lived up to its normal standard.

6 responses to “Thursday morning one-liners

  1. If the ref’s called the Lions game correct (that he was down), there still would have been a review to see if he was in. This too would have caused a 10 second run off. Maybe every team should get 1 challenge in the last 2 minutes and no automatic review.
    That being said, if the NFL dropped the run off, the first team to lose because there was only 4 seconds left and a team got to line up during the review, guess which team would be on the wrong end of that.
    I felt bad for the Lions and their fans, as a Packer fan I wanted the Lions to beat the Falcons, but I laughed that it happen to Golden Tate. (sorry I couldn’t help myself)

  2. CBS ratings up 2% on Sunday over last year
    FOX ratings up 3% on Sunday over last year

    Good job boycotting, Super-Patriots of America’s couches.

  3. “The Texans like rookie RB D’Onta Foreman‘s versatility and power.”

    Except on the most important down of the game, a 3rd and 1 that would have iced a victory for the Texans.

  4. cdollaz says:
    September 28, 2017 at 8:46 am
    “The Texans like rookie RB D’Onta Foreman‘s versatility and power.”

    Except on the most important down of the game, a 3rd and 1 that would have iced a victory for the Texans.


    I’m with you; loyalty [to Miller] is a nice gesture but Foreman needs to be on the field … a lot!

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