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  1. Hot button: Garrett, Romo under pressure?

    Matt Mosley

    This week's "Hot Button" debate was about which coach/quarterback combination in the NFL has the most to prove in 2011, and the spotlight is on two Texas teams. John Clayton picks Gary Kubiak and Matt Schaub in Houston, while Ashley Fox says it's Jas...

    Blog | July 18, 2011
  2. Hot button: Giants need Bradshaw

    Matt Mosley

    This week's Hot Button debate was about which potential free-agent running back is the most important for his team to re-sign. John Clayton picked the Bengals' Cedric Benson. Matt Williamson went with the Giants' Ahmad Bradshaw: Bradshaw, a 25-year-...

    Blog | July 11, 2011
  3. Who ya got? Tiki or Plax?

    Matt Mosley

    So this week's 'Hot Button' debate topic is "Which would you rather sign -- Tiki Barber or Plaxico Burress?" To the surprise of no one who reads this blog with any regularity, I was pleased to take the Burress side of the debate. And frankly, we'v...

    Blog | July 05, 2011
  4. Jeremy Maclin or Hakeem Nicks?

    Matt Mosley

    So this week's "Hot Button" debate was a fun one. We looked back on the receivers from the 2009 draft class and debated which will have the best career. The choices were Hakeem Nicks, Jeremy Maclin, Mike Wallace, Michael Crabtree and Percy Harvin. ...

    Blog | June 27, 2011
  5. Another vote for a Cowboys rebound

    Matt Mosley

    The "Hot Button" question on our site right now is, "Which team that finished under .500 in 201o will make the playoffs in 2011?" Mike Sando picks the Rams, who only needed to win eight games last year to make it, but didn't. John Clayton picks the C...

    Blog | May 31, 2011
  6. Hot Button: NFC East

    Matt Mosley

    Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley The top issues facing each team in the division: Hot Button Archive * Kuharsky: AFC South * Yasinskas: NFC South * Seifert: NFC North * Walker: AFC North &bul...

    Blog | February 16, 2009