Wednesday, October 22, 2014

With less than a week until the National Football League trade deadline, the Buffalo Bills could stand to make a deal or two to improve their chances at making the playoffs for the first time this century.

As the roster currently stands, the Bills have a glut of receivers on the team, with Mike Williams the likely man out. Reserve receiver Chris Hogan has passed Williams on the depth. Williams, acquired in the offseason from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a sixth-round draft choice in the... Read at Bills 101

Now that the 2014 season has concluded for the New York Mets, we have already taken a look at overall breakdowns for the offense, starting pitching, and bullpen. We will now take a look at every player on the active roster from A (Bobby Abreu) to Y (Eric Young Jr) as our Mets 101 Player Review Series returns. In each review we will take a look at the player's 2014 performance and what role, if any, they can expect to have with the Mets in... Read at Mets 101

Jose Calderon is expected to be an impact player for the New York Knicks this season. However, that will be a hard thing to do if he's not on the floor. Calderon left Monday’s pre-season loss to the Milwaukee Bucks early in the first quarter with a strained right calf and did not return.

Calderon is the general of the Knicks offense. He's the coach-on-the-floor. The player who will act as an extension of Derek Fisher's... Read at Knicks 101

The Buffalo Sabres have stumbled out of the gate and are struggling to score.

Now the team is heading out west to face some of the best talent on the west coast. But once the Sabres head back east, the schedule doesn't get any easier.

The next game that the Sabres could see themselves favored in isn't until November 7 when the Edmonton Oilers come to town. Until then, here is the Sabres schedule:

10/22 @ Anaheim Ducks

10/23 @ Los Angeles Kings

10/25 @ San Jose... Read at Sabres 101

Shortly after the conclusion of the GEICO 500 on Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway news broke that Ryan Newman's No. 31 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet failed post-race inspection for being too low in the rear. Newman had finished fifth in the final race of the Contender Round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup and was one of eight drivers to advance to the Eliminator Round.

Newman moved on by 27 points but with a possible penalty looming Newman and the rest of his team... Read at Motorsports 101