Who has most pressure to improve for the 2014 NFL season?

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Jun 17, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett smiles as the team huddles during minicamp at Cowboys headquarters at Valley Ranch. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

We live in a very “what have you done for me lately?” society. And there is no place more evident of that than in the NFL. Each season, it can be argued, that 31 teams have failed as the ultimate goal for any franchise should be to win the championship.

Some players are facing pressure due to a new contract signed or how disappointing their 2013 season was. Some coaches are facing pressure if they could be on the hot seat for their jobs in 2014. Some teams are facing pressure simply because they have been underperforming.

While there are some teams with markedly low expectations to improve from one year to the next, there are some teams, players, or coaches who are going into 2014 with an enormous amount of pressure to improve. Here are the top 10 players, coaches, or teams who are under the most pressure to improve in 2014.

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  • randal shacklett

    Fisher took over a pretty bad Rams team.

  • Gary Stewart

    so where is the meat of the article is this something we will be reading in the future or is the article chopped off because i read nothing in the article that said who is on the hot seat or under pressure

  • Ron Fulton

    Lewis of the Bengals. All that talent and they can’t win the big games.