New York Teams


Mets working on combined no-hitter

One day after being no-hit by Max Scherzer, New York is working on one of its own vs. the Nationals. Jacob deGrom took care of the first four innings then Bartolo Colon and Logan Verrett got the Mets through the sixth. Follow live

Giants improve to 2-2 with victory over Bills (1:24)
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Bills bottled up in Buffalo

The Giants' defense swallowed up Karlos Williams & Co. throughout Sunday's game at Ralph Wilson Stadium. See all of Sunday's best images. Week 4 gallery

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

GIANTS 24, BILLS 10 (FINAL): The Giants played tough run defense, took advantage of 17(!!!) Bills penalties and held their double-digit fourth-quarter lead for the second week in a row. A tough road win like this gives the Giants and their fans reason to believe they really can work out their issues and make a run if the Cowboys' injuries open up the NFC East.


Final: Giants 24, Bills 10

  • NYG: E. Manning: 20-35, 3 TDs, 1 INT
  • BUF: T. Taylor: 24-35, 219 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
  • NYG: R. Jennings: 92 all-purpose yards, 1 TD
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Jennings pads Giants' lead (0:25)

Giants take two-score lead in Buffalo

Rashad Jennings took a 51-yard pass to the house to push the Giants to a 24-10 lead over the Bills midway through the fourth quarter. Jennings' previous long reception was 27 yards. Follow live

Odell needs more field (0:16)

Game 162 = celebration time for Mets fans

There's nothing on the line for the NL East champs on the final day, but fans were likely relieved at Curtis Granderson's first-inning single to end any chance of being no-hit in back-to-back games. Follow live

Jayson Stark Senior Writer, 

We have 15 baseball games, I'm, kicking off right now. And 7 of them will determine the shape of the postseason. Can't wait.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury update: David Harris (quad) "should be OK," Todd Bowles said. Leonard Williams has a sprained ankle, Calvin Pryor a knee bruise and Bilal Powell a pulled groin. They don't seem overly concerned about any of the injuries. Naturally, the bye week will help a lot.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

GIANTS 16, BILLS 3 (HALFTIME): The Giants look as good as they've looked all year, dominating on both lines, winning the time of possession battle 17:08-12:52, outrushing the Bills 64-42 and taking advantage of nine Buffalo penalties to take a big halftime lead. If they can continue to run the ball effectively in the second half, they should get out of here with a 2-2 record.

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Meet the Mets

Take a look at the expected Mets rotation next week, which is anchored by Jacob deGrom. Noah Syndergaard and Matt Harvey follow in Games 2 and 3.