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Monday NFL film review

Times NFL writer Sam Farmer sorts through the best of Monday's film review.

November 03, 2009|Sam Farmer

A common postgame response to questions after NFL games is, "I have to wait to see the film." Times NFL writer Sam Farmer sorts through the best of Monday's film review:

JaMarcus Russell, Oakland Raiders quarterback, after his 109-yard, no-touchdown, one-interception performance in a loss to San Diego:

"I did a pretty good job."

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Dominic Raiola, Lions center, on the comments Detroit fans were making to rookie quarterback Matthew Stafford:

"I was very disappointed when I came to the sideline and fans were telling him, 'Throw it to me' and 'I'm open' -- this, that and the other. I popped off and said something to the fans."

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Josh McDaniels, Denver coach, on his team's 30-7 loss to the Baltimore Ravens:

"We felt after the game they were coached better, more physical, played faster basically in every area of the game. . . . It's a hard lesson to learn."

Mark Sanchez, New York Jets quarterback:

"There was somebody in the stands dressed up like a hot dog, and someone was standing next to him dressed up like me, which was hilarious."

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Mike Singletary, coach of the 3-4 San Francisco 49ers:

"We're going to win enough football games to go to the playoffs. It's as simple as that."

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Tom Coughlin, New York Giants coach, asked if the tape of the 40-17 loss to Philadelphia was as bad as it appeared Sunday:

"It wasn't a lot of fun. Real early in the morning, nothing had changed."

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Tony Sparano, Miami coach, on receiver Ted Ginn Jr., who bounced back from a benching to return two kickoffs for touchdowns:

"Ted has, in my history with him, been a little streaky."

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