From the NFL Sunday studios

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Highlights from NFL Sunday studio shows (as culled from the lists from the networks):

NBC's Cris Collinsworth: "The Baltimore Ravens are one of the most frightening teams in the NFL right now."


Collinsworth on the Cowboys: "Dallas is one of the great choke artists of all time. All those special players, Roy Williams, 'Pacman' Jones, completely collapsed on them today."

NBC's Dan Patrick on Ben Roethlisberger's playing Sunday: "You'd get more out of practice than you do playing against Cleveland."


CBS' Shannon Sharpe on the Jets: "They are not playing like a playoff-caliber football team for one simple reason – their quarterback puts the ball in harm's way.  When you turn the football over at that position, you don't win football games no matter how good you are defensively."

ESPN's Keyshawn Johnson on the same topic: "How can I trust Brett Favre right now? Here is a guy who wanted to get out of Green Bay for all it's worth. Come to New York, great place to play, but now all of a sudden, 'My shoulder hurts'. It's like these built-in excuses when things haven't worked out the way the way that you would have liked for them to. The great Brett Favre, the legendary 7 o'clock SportsCenter, oh what a hero. Now all of a sudden things don't look so rosy and 'My shoulder hurts.' "

CBS' Bill Cowher on the Cowboys: "This offense is about developing the offense, not trying to keep the players happy.  I say they have to get rid of T.O.  They have enough playmakers."

Fox's Jimmy Johnson recalling his 1-15 season with the Cowboys: "I can't describe how miserable you feel to be a part of that. I was mentally and physically drained and when you are that low. You can't get any lower."

NFL Network's Marshall Faulk on Donovan McNabb's future: "I believe Donovan McNabb [is out] in Philadelphia, but not in a bad way. He gets it in a good way because he gets to leave. The Philly fans are the ones that are going to be suffering because they don't know what Kevin Kolb has and he's the quarterback of the future."