He said what?! Cardinals say 'tough s—' about your fantasy team; Dez goes off

Night net null null null From postgame press conferences to next-day media availability, Night net players and coaches can't escape the microphone.The Cardinals, from their head coach down, really don't care how your fantasy football team is doing. Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is angry with the media; the 49ers won't commit to a quarterback; Lions players don't want any more coaching changes; and the Packers and Dolphins humbly accept their beatdowns over the weekend. Here's the latest edition of "He Said What?!"MORE: Best of Week 8 | Week 8's best photos | Cam guts out MNF win —Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was asked Monday about people being disappointed that receiver John Brown didn't play in Sunday's win over the Browns even though he was active."Probably had him on their fantasy team. Tough s—t." Related News Best photos from Night net Week 8 —Bryant vehemently denied taunting Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette following his injury during Sunday's game."I won't ever, ever, ever, ever wish bad on a player that's been knocked down. C'mon, man. Stop with the bulls—," Bryant said. "Not once did I say that's what you get. I got on one knee and prayed for that man."Y'all took that s— too far. Whoever wrote that, whoever done that is a dirty m—f—. That really pissed me off. That ain't right. That is not right. That is not right. That is not right."—The 49ers are in complete rebuild mode. Before dealing tight end Vernon Davis to Denver, coach Jim Tomsula was noncommital about whether he'll stick with Colin Kaepernick at QB (though reports say otherwise)."We’re evaluating everything right now. I’m not going to have any further comment. I’m just telling you that we are evaluating everyone."I know where we’re going with this questioning, and I’m not going down that road. I’ve got a lot of respect for Blaine Gabbert."—Packers coach Mike McCarthy on Sunday night's 29-10 loss to the Broncos:"I haven't had my ass kicked like that in a long time. They covered us very well ... they did a heck of a job covering us."—Chargers coach Mike McCoy on being 2-6 midway through the season:"We're going to keep fighting and there's only one way to get out of this, and that's to work hard and prepare, just keep grinding away. We've got to keep our heads up."—Dolphins center Mike Pouncey had a simple explanation for Miami's 36-7 loss to the Patriots, who sacked quarterback Ryan Tannehill five times."We played like s—t," Pouncey said of the offensive line. —Rams coach Jeff Fisher on a two-game win streak to move to 4-3 on the season: "It's nice to have discussions with the staff and the players over the last two weeks when you score 51 points and give up 12 and we're being constructively criticized. We want to get better."—Ravens kicker Justin Tucker said his celebratory dance following his game-winning field goal to beat the Chargers was a "shout out" to Drake's "Hotline Bling" video."I probably didn't do as good of a job, but it's pretty popular right now," Tucker said. "I'll leave it at that."—Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said his 5-2 Vikings have to learn how to handle success."We're getting the mindset that we're pretty battle-hardened. We've got a lot of fighters on this football team and they believe when it gets to the crucial situation in a football game, we can perform."—Lions coach Jim Caldwell fired three offensive coaches before Sunday's blowout loss to the Chiefs in London

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. The Lions are 1-7 and Caldwell is under a lot of fire, but his players have his back."I hope and pray it definitely doesn't change," defensive end Darryl Tapp said, via MLive. "I feel like we have a good foundation here. Coach Caldwell is second to none.""I love Coach Caldwell," receiver Lance Moore said. "He's not just a really, really good coach, but he's a great man, a great person. I think he understands how to win. We have to go out there and we have to play better for him. ... He doesn't deserve ... uh, we got to play better."—Colts defensive end Robert Matthis said there are no moral victories and no consolation after a three-game losing streak drops the Colts to 3-5. "It's about wins and losses. You lose, you clean it up. You win, everything's all hunky dory."#MVTweetBrown received an angry text from a fantasy owner, telling him that he and Packers wideout James Jones earned a trip to the bench. Brown's response was priceless.I'm a be at your girl house it's our bye week 😊 Mr. Owner https://t.co/PDlpZak9r6— john smokey brown (@Jwalk_back12) November 2, 2015