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Top 25 NFL Players on the Hot Seat in 2013

12 NFL Running Backs on the Hot Seat in 2013

Darren McFadden needs to show he can stay healthy and produce this season
12 NFL Running Backs on the Hot Seat in 2013

While the term "hot seat" is typically associated with head coaches and their job security, they are not the only ones who feel the heat during an NFL season. Along those lines, the official "start" to the 2013 season is less than a month away, as training camps will open and the battle for roster spots begins anew among the players.

Arizona Cardinals vs. St. Louis Rams Preview and Prediction

This NFC West rivalry has been very one-sided in the recent past.
<p> Arizona Cardinals vs. St. Louis Rams Preview and Prediction</p> <br />

NFC West rivals will clash tonight when the St. Louis Rams host the Arizona Cardinals at 8:20 pm EST on the NFL Network. The Cardinals have been one of the better stories in the NFL after one month, as Ken Whisenhunt’s club is one of only three undefeated teams in the league. Arizona has won 10 of the last 11 meetings against the Rams, but St. Louis has won both of its home games under new coach Jeff Fisher.

NFL Injury Updates Week 4: Steven Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, Doug Baldwin

To help you decide who to start and who to sit.

There are a few key fantasy contributors that have had a number of injury question marks surrounding their playing status leading up to Week 4 of the 2012 NFL season. Here’s a little bit about these three and what you should consider.

Steven Jackson, RB, St. Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks

Fantasy Football 2012: Breaking Down the St. Louis Rams

A fantasy football perspective on the team
<p> Fantasy Football 2012: Breaking Down the St. Louis Rams</p>

What can the St. Louis Rams do for you this fantasy season? Check out Athlon Sports' team report as we break down the rookies, veteran players to watch and avoid, fantasy playoff schedule and more to help you get ready for the 2012 season.

Inside the Locker Room
with Jim Thomas, St. Louis-Dispatch

Winners and Losers in the Rams' Jeff Fisher Hire

Who wins and who loses now that the former Titan coach is taking his talents to St. Louis
<p> Who wins and who loses now that the former Titan coach is taking his talents to St. Louis</p>

Jeff Fisher is no longer retired after accepting the head coaching position with the St. Louis Rams.

Here's Why Steven Jackson is a Must Sit against the 49ers

The Rams running back will be shut down today against San Francisco
<p> The Rams running back will be shut down today against San Francisco</p>

Sit St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson this week at San Francisco. There’s nothing that leans in Jackson’s favor in Week 13 — he’s going up against the NFL’s best rush defense and is doing so having not rushed for over 64 yards the last two weeks or having scored in the last month.

Eagles' LeSean McCoy Runs Over Cowboys

Philadelphia's LeSean McCoy runs for a career-high 185 yards in 34-7 win over Dallas.
<p> Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy runs for a career-high 185 yards in 34-7 win over the NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.</p>

LeSean McCoy, RB, Eagles

NFL Fantasy Football Start or Sit: Week 6

Andy Dalton and all of your Bengals should be in the line-up this week against the Colts.

-by Braden Gall (@AthlonBraden on twitter)

Complete Week 6 NFL Fantasy Rankings


Week 6 NFL Byes: Arizona, Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Seattle, Tennessee

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The 0-3 Rams Will Make The Playoffs. No, Seriously.

Their schedule gets much easier after Week 9 and they're in a very bad division
<p> Their schedule gets much easier after Week 9 and they're in a very bad division</p>

With the first three weeks of the NFL season in the books, there are five teams — Indianapolis Colts, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings and St. Louis Rams — who have yet to win a game. According to research done by the NFL Network, teams that start the season 0-3 have a 2.8 percent chance of making the playoffs.

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