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The 2010 NFL season will be the 91st season of the National Football League, the major professional American football league in the United States. The regular season is scheduled to begin with the NFL Kickoff game on NBC on Thursday, September 9, at the Louisiana Superdome, home of the New Orleans Saints, Super Bowl XLIV champions and then end on January 2, 2011. Super Bowl XLV, the league's championship game, is scheduled to be played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas on February 6, 2011.
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We don’t want to rush him back. We don’t want to put him out there if he’s not able to make all the throws, or if he’s protecting it and can’t take a hit.
— Jim Schwartz is not sure when Matthew Stafford will return / September 13, 2010
We’ve had some good returns from his tests, It doesn’t look like surgery is going to be needed.
— Jim Schwartz confirming that quarterback doesn't need a shoulder surgery / September 13, 2010
I don’t know what I’m going to miss. Week 1, to get dinged up again, it’s not fun. I’ll be back out there as soon as I can.
— Matthew Stafford doesn't need a surgery on shoulder after getting knocked out in the season opener against Chicago / September 13, 2010
I told him that the beast he created, he’s got to deal with. All respect to him. I love him with all my heart, but they got to deal with us this year. We showed who the No. 1 defense is. He knows the caliber of players in here. He was just trying to fire up his team. You have to commend the man for that. He wanted them ready to fight and they were ready. It’s just that the better team won.
— Terrell Suggs said of New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan after they (Baltimore Ravens) beat New York Jets 10-9 / September 13, 2010
We weren’t at our best today, but that’s a credit to the Ravens.
— Rex Ryan admitting that they (New York Jets) are not at their best in their loss to Baltimore Ravens 10-9 / September 13, 2010
It became personal when the schedule came out. We knew the tradition and the respect that Rex wanted to bring to the Jets. The bottom line is: Let’s just play football. I tip my hat to my team.
— Ray Lewis after they (Baltimore Ravens) beat New York Jets 10-9 / September 13, 2010