SAGE ROSENFELS – 11/30/15
Former NFL QB

“I think you try to figure out why football hasn’t caught on around the world – let’s say Europe or South America or Asia – we’ve got so many rules in the NFL and in college football that it’s hard to keep track of them. There’s so many rules and they keep trying to come up with new rules to fix old rules that aren’t the right way to fix them. Honestly, we have all the issues with pass interference and player safety and where you hit somebody and ticky-tack stuff that’s infuriating to fans – and I’m sure infuriating to Patriots fans after (those big calls) last night.”
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ANDY DALTON – 12/1/15
Bengals QB

“He’s big, he can run, he’s got great feel for the game. It’s been big for us. To get a guy like that back after him missing the whole year last year with injury, he’s been a big part of this offense and a big reason for the success that we’ve had.”
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PAUL MILLSAP – 12/1/15
Hawks forward

“Certain guys are going to get more touches than others obviously, but that’s what we wanted to create – equal-opportunity guys. If you’re open, shoot it. And when you do that, guys want to play defense, want to play good team defense. Guys want to move the basketball. That’s just the environment that we wanted to create.”
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JERRY PALM – 12/2/15
CBS Sports college football analyst

“Stanford is sitting there at No. 7. If they go out there and win big, could they jump Ohio State? That’s a possibility. They’ll be a conference champion, but they’ll have two losses, one of which is to a Big Ten team, Northwestern – a team that Iowa beat by 30 in Evanston. So there’s a lot of interesting scenarios if one or both of Clemson and Alabama lose, and there’s not very precedent where we can say, ‘Well, this is what the committee has done before’ because they haven’t had these situations before. This is only their second year doing it.”
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BILL ROMANOWSKI – 12/2/15
Former NFL linebacker

“At least be smart enough where you have some kind of a party at your house, lock the doors, don’t let anyone have their phones out, and have a blast. Bring all the hookers and girls you want – fly them in, do whatever. Have your boys over. But hey, be smart about it. He (isn’t) smart about it.”
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STEVE MARIUCCI – 12/3/15
NFL Network analyst

“Many people put them in the Super Bowl. They don’t look like it right now. Could losing Jordy Nelson be that much of an impact on that offense? I don’t know. James Jones was a great get after they lost Jordy, but you know what? Aaron Rodgers is being pressured more than ever, he’s not as good against the blitz right now as he has been, and they’re just a little off. They certainly need Eddie Lacy and James Starks and the run game to stay balanced. Their defense isn’t all that good, either. I was shocked that they lost to the Bears on Brett Favre’s night when Bart Starr was in the stadium.”
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DERRICK JOHNSON – 12/4/15
Chiefs linebacker

“He doesn’t change much. You kind of know what you’re going to get with him. His standard is high. He harps on doing the little things right, getting your work done early – he’s a players’ coach. He’s the ultimate players’ coach. He takes care of his players really well. Andy Reid is a great guy. Great guy.”
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UDONIS HASLEM – 12/4/15
Heat forward

“But as a coach, you want a team that can run the ship. You don’t want to have to be yelling every day. You don’t want to have to be making guys run suicides or stopping practice because guys are not focused or guys are not running the plays or the practice is not crisp or different things like that. You would love to have a team like that in a perfect world for a coach. That takes nothing away from Luke Walton. I think he’s doing an unbelievable job with those guys. But yeah, you would want to have a team of guys who can kind of police themselves.”
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