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Week 12 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em: Analyzing Best and Worst Plays for Your Fantasy Team

For fantasy owners who find themselves outside their league's playoff picture, panic is starting to set in. Most leagues still have at least two or three regular-season weeks remaining, though, which means there is time to make a comeback.<p>In order to do that, however, it may require making some …

Jerry Jones: I'm doing a good job

IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said he's been doing some of his best work in years, despite the fact that his team …

NFL

Snow Bowl? NFL says it would ‘embrace’ the white fluffy stuff for XLVIII

One of the biggest considerations the NFL faced when discussing giving a Super Bowl to the New York/New Jersey area was the weather.<p>Although …

Week 12 NFL Picks: Teams That Will Earn Much-Needed Home Wins

There is nothing like some home cooking to solve even the biggest problems with your NFL team.<p>Heading into Week 12, a number of squads appear to be fading out of the playoff picture. Fortunately, they still have enough time to get back into the race with some quality wins.<p>Not every team in need …

PaaS player Apprenda nets $16M to expand

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Credit: Shutterstock user Tyler Olson<p>Apprenda, the company behind a .NET- and Java-focused platform-as-a-service, now has $16 …

New ‘liquid metal’ will let you print circuits on paper, T-shirts, or even leaves

Three Chinese scientists say they’ve found a way to create a metal that’s liquid at room temperatures, can be printed as if it was ink in ordinary, everyday desktop printers, and will adhere to surfaces as diverse and supple as rubber, paper, cotton T-shirts, or a leaf off an oak tree.<p>Need an RFID …