Several hundred fans of late Yankees Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra gathered in northern New Jersey at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center on Sunday to pay tribute to Berra.
New York Teams
A team's effort is a reflection of its coach, and the New York Giants out-efforted the Buffalo Bills in every way Sunday.
Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo says a decision about Matt Williams' future with the team will be made soon.
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
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
Rashad Jennings broke three tackles to score on a 51-yard touchdown catch midway through the fourth quarter in helping the New York Giants seal a 24-10 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Jets RB Zac Stacy dishes on the keys to his team's win over the Dolphins, how New York dealt with the time difference in London and the talent level of the squad's roster.
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
The New York Jets are lucky to have the bye week because they're a banged-up team.
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
Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. set an NFL record for receiving yards in a player's first 16 games, surpassing the mark set by Houston's Bill Groman in the 1960-61 seasons.
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, ESPN.com
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.
Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson talks about what it's like to start the season 3-1.
Chris Ivory stomped Miami's run defense, rushing for 166 yards. If there was any doubt about Ivory's importance to the Jets offense, it's gone now.
Jets running back Chris Ivory talks about his return to action in the win over the Dolphins.
Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick talks about the win over the Dolphins and the trip to London as a whole.
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.
Jets head coach Todd Bowles discusses his team's 27-14 victory over the Dolphins in London.
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.