Friday, November 28, 2014

The Buffalo Bills have had a strong defense for a couple of seasons and one of the coordinators responsible for that is now the head coach with the Cleveland Browns.

Mike Pettine was the defensive coordinator for the Bills last season before being picked for the head coaching position in Cleveland. Now, as he heads back to Buffalo for a regular season showdown between two teams with winning records, he took the time to thank the Bills for... Read at Bills 101

After adding Michael Cuddyer this winter, the New York Mets turned their attention towards a potential upgrade at shortstop. The big fish in the pond appeared to be Colorado Rockies' shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. Tulowitzki has been linked to the Mets for several years now, but it doesn't appear that Tulowitzki is going anywhere now. According to a report from Andy Martino of the New York Daily News, sources indicate the Rockies are now telling teams that Tulowitzki won't be traded... Read at Mets 101

First and foremost, Happy Thanksgiving! We here at Bulls101 are thankful for all our wonderful readers, and for passionate Bulls fans far and wide. We’re also thankful for good health, and many more good times ahead! Being in the holiday swing of things, we asked what you – the fans – were thankful for this season. The responses ranged from wildly entertaining to starkly depressing. Our aim is to provide you with some witty humor, and to save you from answering a million... Read at Bulls 101

You can now vote for your favorite player to attend the 2015 Honda NHL All-Star Game. The 2015 Honda NHL All-Star Game will be on Sunday, January 25 in Columbus (5pm ET, NBCSN, CBC, TVA Sports).

Voting opened on November 20, and NHL.com will post the standing every Tuesday. You can vote online at NHL.com/vote and via mobile phones. The interactive ballot will feature all 700-plus active players in the NHL. The ballot is available in various languages.

This year it will be easier for... Read at LA Kings 101

The 2014 Formula One season came to a close Sunday with the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with double points on the line. Lewis Hamilton drove a flawless race to score his 11th victory of the season and his second career World Championship.

Hamilton won his first F1 championship back in 2008. The win also moved him to sole possession of fifth place on the all-time wins list with 33. For Mercedes, it was their first champion driver... Read at Motorsports 101