Monday, September 1, 2014

Despite going undefeated, the New York Giants finished the preseason with mixed results. A few questions were answered, while a few others still have many scratching their head. The tight end position fits the mold of the latter.

The Giants gave multiple tight ends on the roster every opportunity to prove their worth and not a single one was able to stand out from the rest. As a result Tom Coughlin has opted to utilize a committee approach regarding the position. After releasing Kellen... Read at Giants 101

Baltimore Orioles Platinum Glove third baseman Manny Machado is out for the season following another knee surgery, and with Gold Glove shortstop JJ Hardy entering free agency at the end of this season, should Machado's injury affect the Orioles pursuit to re-sign Hardy this offseason?

First off, happy Labor Day to everyone and we hope you are fortunate enough to be enjoying a three day weekend!

Now to the topic at hand, Machado has now had two knee surgeries in the last 12 months... Read at Orioles 101

Jason Terry is a veteran with a lot of success off the bench in the past for the Dallas Mavericks. However, it's now become a common theme amongst NBA fans to believe Terry's a bit washed up. The Sacramento Kings might agree and that probably helped convince them to trade him to the Houston Rockets for Alonzo Gee and more. Could that trade help the New York Knicks find a backup small forward since Sacramento is expected to waive Gee?

No one is arguing that the New York Knicks... Read at Knicks 101

Buffalo Sabres head coach Ted Nolan looked to Marcus Foligno for leadership of a young team last season, and that will not change this season.

Foligno capped off his first, full NHL season last year, and spoke many times of his growing leadership role with the club. The Sabres did bring in Brian Gionta and Josh Gorges, who can provide veteran leadership for the team. Still, Foligno is a major part of the young core the Sabres are building... Read at Sabres 101

NASCAR's win-and-your-in new Chase for the Sprint Cup came to a head Sunday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway in the Oral-B USA 500 when Kasey Kahne drove his way to victory in a double green-white-checkered finish. Kahne's 17th career win may be the biggest of his career as it enters him into the Chase by tallying his first win of 2014 and joining his Hendrick Motorsports teammates who all have three wins this season.

Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, and Dale Earnhardt Jr were all... Read at Motorsports 101