Saturday, October 25, 2014

Sammy Watkins had a career-day last week against the Minnesota Vikings, catching nine passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns.

That performance was good enough for week seven's Rookie of the Week honors.

Watkins has earned the award twice this season, with the last performance coming against the Miami Dolphins in week two. Both of Watkins' performances came were in front of his home crowd at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

With the performance, Watkins has declared himself the... Read at Bills 101

Juan Lagares is known throughout baseball for his outstanding defense. Lagares may get recognized for his sterling glove in baseball's awards season. Lagares was named as a finalist for the National League's Gold Glove Award in center field, and has a one in three shot to get the award. The other finalists are Cincinnati Reds' outfielder Billy Hamilton and Washington Nationals' center fielder Denard Span.

The voting for the Gold Glove award is based on two factors. 75%... Read at Mets 101

The preseason is finally over, which means that meaningless games are behind us and the regular season is merely five days away. This preseason was a mixed bag for the Wizards, as solid individual performances were offset by turnovers and offensive sluggishness, and positive results were marred by injuries to key contributors like Bradley Beal and Kris Humphries. Nevertheless, the preseason gave us a closer look at the team and helped... Read at Wizards 101

The Buffalo Sabres are doing everything they can to put fans in the stands throughout a terrible season, and in doing so, the organization has announced three more games designated as 'Kids Day' games.

All of the games for 'Kids Day' will be on Sunday's, with the first coming Nov. 2 against the Detroit Red Wings. The next will take place on Feb. 8 against the New York Islanders and the final game will take place on Feb. 22 against the Nashville Predators.

The... Read at Sabres 101

The seventh race of the 2014 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup and the first race of the Eliminator Round will have a non-Chase driver starting from the pole. Jamie McMurray set the fast lap in Round 2 of knockout qualifying Friday at Martinsville Speedway to grab the pole for the Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500.

For the driver of the No. 1 McDonald's Chevrolet of Chip Ganassi Racing, the pole is the second of his 2014 season and the 11th of his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career.... Read at Motorsports 101