Friday, November 28, 2014

After their dominating win over the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills players are feeling confident going forward on their push for the playoffs.

Bills defensive end Manny Lawson has stated that Bills players are all planning on winning out and making the playoffs.

“We have to," Lawson said. :We plan on winning out and take everything for what it is. We have to win out to get to where we want to go. We want to go out there... Read at Bills 101

Once the Boston Red Sox signed Hanley Ramirez to be their new left fielder it seemed to signal that Yoenis Cespedes' time with the team would be short lived. With the Red Sox adding a starter to an already crowded outfield, something has to give. That means a trade could be on the horizon.

While nothing is certain at this point, Cespedes is the most likely candidate to be dealt. He has only one year remaining on his contract and his... Read at Red Sox 101

After a promising start to his career, it appears that Wizards guard Bradley Beal is poised to become the next promising young guard to earn a max-level contract. Shams Charania of RealGM is reporting that league executives expect Beal to command a max extension or max free agency offer, and that the Wizards are prepared to do whatever it takes to retain him:

"As league executives believe in Beal’s ability to command a maximum salary extension, the Wizards have made clear... Read at Wizards 101

The Buffalo Sabres held their annual Thanksgiving turkey drive Wednesday, collecting 20-pound turkeys for the Buffalo City Mission and the Food Bank of Western New York.

In a partnership with TOPS Friendly Markets and Entercom Buffalo, the Sabres collected more than 2,220 frozen turkeys.

The Sabres released a statement regarding the turkey drive:

For the second year in a row, we are amazed by the generosity of Western New Yorkers,” said Sabres President Ted Black.... Read at Sabres 101

The 2014 Formula One season came to a close Sunday with the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with double points on the line. Lewis Hamilton drove a flawless race to score his 11th victory of the season and his second career World Championship.

Hamilton won his first F1 championship back in 2008. The win also moved him to sole possession of fifth place on the all-time wins list with 33. For Mercedes, it was their first champion driver... Read at Motorsports 101