Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Buffalo Bills are 5-3 coming into the bye week, with four winnable games on tap, but national media outlets still don't have faith that they can be playoff contenders.

Gregg Rosenthal's column on suggests that the Bills have too tough of a schedule in the second-half of the season to compete for a playoff position. He cites their road games against the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots, as well as their home games against the Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay... Read at Bills 101

Now that the 2014 World Series is officially over, teams have the next five days to prepare their game plans for free agency and the 2015 season.

The Boston Red Sox are apparently focusing on adding a third basemen for next year and they have several of the top targets on their list like San Francisco Giants' Pablo Sandoval and Milwaukee Brewers' Aramis Ramirez. But as Jon Heyman of CBS Sports and WFAN reported on Wednesday night, the Red Sox are also interested in New York... Read at Yankees 101

It's no secret that Kobe Bryant and Carmelo Anthony are friends. That's why when they were playing pickup games during the off-season there were rumors of Anthony signing with the Los Angeles Lakers. He re-signed with the New York Knicks but says he wouldn't have any problem playing with Bryant despite other's claiming the Lakers star may have prevented him from joining Los Angeles.

When people talk about Kobe Bryant and Carmelo Anthony joining forces and playing on the... Read at Knicks 101

Ryan Miller made a name for himself as a member of the Buffalo Sabres, but he's continuing to succeed as a member of the Vancouver Canucks as he posted 300 wins for his career Tuesday.

Miller is continuing his excellence in a season that is watching the Sabres struggle at the position. Miller is 6-1 as a starter for the Canucks this season, allowing just 12 goals on the year. He also earned win No. 300 with a shutout over the lowly... Read at Sabres 101

News was breaking on Wednesday in the NASCAR Nationwide Series on many fronts. Mackena Bell is set to make her NASCAR national series debut and Alex Bowman and Scott Lagasse Jr have picked up rides with big time Nationwide Series teams to close out the 2014 season.

Mackena Bell, a 24-year-old from Carson City, Nevada, was announced as the driver of the No. 23 Rick Ware Racing Chevrolet for the upcoming NASCAR Nationwide Series race on November 8th at Phoenix International Raceway. The... Read at Motorsports 101