Thursday, September 18, 2014

Heading into Sunday's game against the Houston Texans at MetLife Stadium, the New York Giants already had enough to deal with on their plate; injuries, turnovers, trying to stay away from an 0-3 start.

Not to mention, having to deal with the best defensive lineman and defensive end in the entire sport in J.J. Watt, whose basically an unstoppable sack machine that will likely keep some of the Giants offensive lineman up at night... Read at Giants 101

Earlier in the month, it had been reported that New York Yankees assistant general manager Billy Eppler would interview for the vacated Arizona Diamondbacks GM job with the recent departure of Kevin Towers.

However, that won't be the case as Eppler won't interview with the Diamondbacks and their Chief Baseball Officer Tony La Russa. Eppler was thought to be one of the first candidates to interview for the Diamondbacks job after losing out for the San Diego Padres general manager... Read at Yankees 101'Twaun_Moore.jpg

E’Twaun Moore may end up being man number thirteen off the Bulls bench, or he may end up working his way into the regular rotation off the bench next season. To this point, he’s started 24 games in his three-year NBA career, and he’s averaged just over 18 minutes a game in that span.

After appearing in 79 games last season for the Orlando Magic and averaging 6.3 points a game, Moore’s contributions are limited as a scorer and playmaker. Defensively, the 6-foot-4... Read at Bulls 101

Terry Pegula is one of the most beloved sports figures in Western New York, as he gets set to rescue the Buffalo Bills.

Pegula bought the Buffalo Sabres in 2011 and vowed to win a championship. The team is currently being reconstructed, but the future looks bright. One of the things Sabres fans have loved about Pegula is that he is not handcuffing the team financially. Pegula has made it clear that money is not an issue for the Sabres in... Read at Sabres 101

Last week Marcos Ambrose and Richard Petty Motorsports announced that the two-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series winner would be returning to Australia and will be racing V-8 Supercars for Dick Johnson Racing. Ambrose, who had a ton of success in the series prior to moving to NASCAR, had been driving the No.9 Ford for the organization the past four seasons. Ambrose's former team, Richard Petty Motorsports has announced that they will run two cars in the 2015 season, leaving a seat open in the... Read at Motorsports 101