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Top 25 NFL Players on the Hot Seat in 2013

It's Playoffs or Bust for the Dallas Cowboys in 2013

Jerry Jones won't be smiling if his team misses the playoffs again
It's Playoffs or Bust for the Dallas Cowboys in 2013

The owner isn’t happy.
The coach is on the hot seat.
The quarterback needs to produce.
So what else is new in Dallas?

It was a long, long time ago. The Cowboys’ last Super Bowl-winning season was so long ago that Bill Clinton was president, O.J. Simpson was acquitted of murder and the World Wide Web still was in its infancy. It was so long ago that Cowboys third-year left tackle Tyron Smith was five years old.

Dak Prescott on Ezekiel Elliott, Jerry Jones and Cancer Awareness

Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott is a difference maker, on and off the field.

All eyes will be on Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, 25, this season. After losing high-profile pass-catchers Jason Witten and Dez Bryant, the weight of Dallas’ passing game will be firmly on Prescott’s right arm. The good news? Prescott is at his best when he spreads the ball around — with a 14–2 record, 24-to-4 TD-to-INT ratio and 104.5 passer rating in games when he targets eight or more receivers. We chased down the third-year signal-caller to discuss the upcoming season and Cowboy Nation.

 

Jimmy Garoppolo: 5 Fast Facts to Know

San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo is one of the NFL's most talked about players.
San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo is one of the NFL's most talked about players.

San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo is one of the most intriguing players in the NFL. Tom Brady’s former backup already has two Super Bowl rings as a member of the New England Patriots. Garoppolo, 26, now has a fat new contract and is hoping to lead the 49ers back to the prominence the classic franchise enjoyed when Joe Montana and Steve Young were playing QB in the Bay Area. Garoppolo’s meteoric rise is a fascinating one.

 

Here are five fun facts to know about the man with the million-dollar arm and megawatt smile:

 

Joe Montana Talks Super Bowl, Tom Brady and John Candy

The legendary QB was always Joe Cool on Super Bowl Sunday
Joe Montana was always Joe Cool on Super Bowl Sunday

Joe Montana was always “Joe Cool” on Super Bowl Sunday, winning four Super Bowl titles (XVI, XIX, XXIII and XXIV) and three Super Bowl MVPs with the San Francisco 49ers. With an unblemished 4–0 record and a perfect 11 TDs to zero INTs in the Big Game, Montana established himself as the standard by which all other QBs are measured when the Vince Lombardi Trophy is on the line.

 

Why You Should Sit Matt Ryan and Other Start/Sit Fantasy Advice For Week 12

Which players will provide fantasy feasts and which will play the role of turkeys this weekend?
Why You Should Sit Matt Ryan and Other Start/Sit Fantasy Advice For Week 12

Thanksgiving Day was just the appetizer for Week 12 NFL and fantasy action. For the first time since Week 3 all 32 teams are in action, which means we still have 13 games to go between Sunday and Monday.

 

Why You Should Start Eddie Lacy and Other Start/Sit Fantasy Advice for the Week 12 Thanksgiving Games

Who should you start and sit for the Thanksgiving games?
Why You Should Start Eddie Lacy and Other Start/Sit Fantasy Advice for the Week 12 Thanksgiving Games

While there are plenty of things to be thankful for, one of them for football (and fantasy) fans is three games on Thanksgiving Day! And speaking of these three, oh-so-tasty matchups, what is a fantasy owner to do?

 

Week 9 NFL Fantasy All-Stud and All-Dud Teams

Were you lucky enough to grab DeAngelo Williams off the waiver wire last week? I sure hope so.
Week 9 NFL Fantasy All-Stud and All-Dud Teams

What an interesting week we just witnessed in the NFL and fantasy! Who had the Falcons losing to the 49ers and who had Devonta Freeman only getting 12 yards on 12 carries? Thank goodness he caught a touchdown!

 

Week 8 NFL Fantasy All-Stud and All-Dud Teams

Did Drew Brees just have one of the greatest fantasy games of all time?
Week 8 NFL Fantasy All-Stud and All-Dud Teams

What a terrible week in the NFL, and likewise fantasy, for injuries. Just take a look at these names — Le’Veon Bell, Matt Forte, Brandon Marshall and Steve Smith Sr. —  all got hurt and weren’t able to finish their game.

 

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