After the trade deadline Tuesday, NFL teams have to take a realistic approach for the remainder of the year. Some clubs may need a change at quarterback to spark a midseason run for a playoff spot, while other front-office executives direct their attention to the offseason. That move worked out in their favor as the team advanced to the AFC Championship Game after a start. An NFC team with a long-term investment in a high-profile quarterback could save its season with a bold roster move under center as well. Another NFC team in the playoff mix should give its young backup signal-caller a second chance as a starter. Meanwhile, two AFC squads near the bottom of the standings may soon take an extended look at developmental players with offseason plans in mind. We'll take the temperatures of quarterback hot seats across the league and single out five players who are in the most danger of losing their starting jobs this season because of subpar production, competition on the depth chart or a team's shift in focus toward the long-term future. Yet, we cannot rule out another switcheroo. Last Sunday, against the New Orleans Saints, Foles threw for multiple touchdowns for the second time since he took over the starting position in relief of Trubisky.
Entry 1 of 4 1 a : having a relatively high temperature hot and humid weather serving hot meals to the poor b : capable of giving a sensation of heat or of burning, searing, or scalding working outside in the hot sun fried in hot oil c : having heat in a degree exceeding normal body heat Your forehead feels hot. The baked potatoes were too hot to handle with our bare hands. We worked all afternoon in the hot sun. The chicken was fried in hot oil.
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