Sunday, November 23, 2014

The Buffalo Bills made forced hosts out of the Detroit Lions - a team whom the Bills beat on their home field this year - this week. Bills players and coaches say amid the difficult circumstances, the Lions organization has made the most of things.

The Bills will play at the Lions' Ford Field on Monday because this week's snowfall forced Sunday's game against the New York Jets to be played there. The Bills arrived Friday, a day after final arrangements to relocate the game... Read at Bills 101

Since the MLB season came to a close the Chicago Cubs have been linked to a number of frontline starting pitchers; Jon Lester, Max Scherzer, James Shields, Cole Hamels and Jordan Zimmerman. All of these options, while feasible, will be outrageously expensive and very much in contrast with the philosophy put in place by Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer. A more cost-effective option might be, Washington Nationals’ starter, Doug Fister.

According to Nationals.com, the Nats have made it... Read at Cubs 101

The New York Knicks were counting on two of their more important players returning to the court on Saturday night against the Philadelphia 76ers in Jose Calderon and Andrea Bargnani.

While Calderon still looks like he will be a go for Saturday night against the winless Philadelphia team, Bargnani however, has suffered a setback, as he suffered a strained calf during the Knicks practice on Friday and as Ian Begley of ESPN New York reported on Saturday, Bargnani will not play against the... Read at Knicks 101

Alec Martinez has traveled with the team but is not “day-to-day” per Kings head coach Darryl Sutter. Sutter told Jon Rosen of lakingsinsider.com that Martinez still has a wound, “Full sutures, so he’ll be a while. It’s not day-to-day.”

Martinez will need to have his stitches removed before he can play again. “He’s got a lot of stitches for a little finger.” Sutter told Rosen.

Martinez left Thursday’s game against the Dallas... Read at LA Kings 101

Kevin Harvick closed out the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season in style on Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. In a highest place finisher takes all Championship Race, Kevin Harvick was able to win the Ford EcoBoost 400. He needed to as championship contender Ryan Newman finished second. Denny Hamlin was seventh and Joey Logano was 16th.

Harvick, who is 38, moved to Stewart-Haas Racing in the offseason from Richard Childress Racing and in his first season with the organization won... Read at Motorsports 101