Hoping to change the recent misfortunes of his offensive line, head coach Doug Marrone might turn to veteran Kraig Urbik to start at left guard.
Urbik, who signed with Buffalo in 2010 after spending the 2009 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft(79th overall) . The Bills claimed him off waivers in September 2010.
The Bills offensive line has been rather offensive in the past two games, giving up 11... Read at Bills 101
The Boston Red Sox were a mess offensively this season, but they did some good work with their gloves. Three Red Sox players have been nominated as finalists for the Rawlings American League Gold Glove award, which recognizes the best defensive player at each position.
Dustin Pedroia is nominated at second base, along with a group that includes Ian Kinsler of the Detroit Tigers and Robinson Cano of the Seattle Mariners. Pedroia is a three-time winner of the award and has made a strong... Read at Red Sox 101
The Los Angeles Lakers made a very strong pursuit for Carmelo Anthony this summer and even offered him a four-year, $96 million deal to try and lure him from New York to Los Angeles and pair him with Kobe Bryant.
Anthony stayed in New York and ended up taking the max contract with the Knicks, which paid him five years and $126 million and ultimately, Carmelo's heart was all about staying with the Knicks the entire time, although he did... Read at Knicks 101
Just over one week ago the Buffalo Sabres were referred to as pee-wee players when it came to measuring up against the Anaheim Ducks.
The outcome of that game was a dismal 5-1 loss on home ice, mustering up only 12 shots while giving up 44 shots.
The game was a disaster in all facets of the game. The Sabres appeared as if they weren't willing to put in an effort to win, or stay in the game. The effort is what brought about the pee-wee comment from head coach Ted Nolan.
So... Read at Sabres 101
On Wednesday, NASCAR announced some changes that will take affect in the NASCAR XFINITY Series (now Nationwide Series) and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starting with the 2015 season.
Both series will use a qualifying format similar to the one used in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series currently. The Truck Series will have a maximum of 32 trucks in a race and both series will have the driver's last name placed on the back window. Read at Motorsports 101