If you thought Andy Dalton had motivation to win a playoff game before, just wait until you see how much money is on the line with a few playoff victories.
With Colin Kaepernick on his way out and Blaine Gabbert keeping the starting quarterback spot warm until his upgrade is found, the 49ers don't have to look very far to find the future of the franchise.
Two years removed from the playoffs, the Chargers are currently slated to pick No. 1 overall, which fits their need for a franchise left tackle to protect Phillip Rivers
A player with Dez Bryant-like qualities, Laquon Treadwell adds another dimension to the Cowboys' offense and provides instant impact potential at a position lacking depth.
Let's be honest: Week 4 isn't the sexiest slate of NFL matchups this season, but with the Jets and Dolphins kicking off at 9:30 a.m. ET -- you can binge for some 15 hours plus.
The Raiders have some nice pieces on their roster right now and might very well be a dangerous team for 2015 and beyond.
The Seahawks, Eagles, Colts and Texans find a way in Week 3, but the Ravens can't answer the bell. It's clear Baltimore needs a roster reset.
Yes, it's only Week 3, but the season could be over before it's even October for teams like the Ravens and Eagles if either drops into an 0-3 hole.
Which players who stunk in Week 1 will bounce back in Week 2? Dave Richard's Cheat Sheet will hardwire you into everyone worth starting.
Yeah, it's only Week 2, but trust us, plenty of these showdowns could be pivotal for setting the tone for the season. And there isn't a game that sets the tone more than Rex Ryan squaring off with his old nemesis, Bill Belichick.

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