Sunday, December 21, 2014

The Buffalo Bills entered Sunday looking to extend their chance at making the playoffs. After the performance in Oakland, Buffalo can now say they have not been to the playoffs since 1999.

A stout defense that ranked second overall before Sunday's game failed to show up, allowing unknown second-year running back named Latavius Murray run for 86 yards on 23 attempts. Murray had only 26 attempts TOTAL entering today's game. Darren McFadden, the much-maligned Raiders running back... Read at Bills 101

As we near the end of 2014, a lot of the big chips have already fallen in Hot Stove season. With very few big ticket free agents left on the market, most teams won't look too different in the spring than they do right now. This makes it an interesting time to check out the current odds for each team to win the World Series. While the New York Mets aren't the favorites to take home a championship in 2015, they do have the same odds as... Read at Mets 101

It sure seems like Iman Shumpert gets injured right around the time of the season where trades happen the most doesn't it? Well, he's hurt again. New York Knicks fans know very well that Shumpert truly hurt his shoulder. No one is accusing him of faking anything. That being said, how does his shoulder injury impact the Knicks?

The most obvious impact on the New York Knicks after losing Iman Shumpert to injury is that an already weak defensive team lost their best defender.... Read at Knicks 101

Almost half way through the 2014-2015 season the New Jersey Devils find themselves in seventh place in the Metropolitan Division with just 30 points. They have played 35 games, which is tied for the most in the National Hockey League with the Anaheim Ducks and the Tampa Bay Lightning. The red and black have played 21 road games, which is the most in the NHL.

The good news is that New Jersey is only six points back off a playoff spot. In... Read at Devils 101

In what was the last NASCAR Nationwide Series race ever, Matt Kenseth beat out Kyle Larson on a green-white-checkered finish Saturday, to score the victory in the Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead Miami Speedway. XFINITY will become the new title sponsor of NASCAR's second series next season.

For Kenseth, it was his first Nationwide Series win of 2014 and the 29th of his career. He drove the No. 20 GameStop Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota around the outside of Larson on the final restart in... Read at Motorsports 101