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Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Usually a time to spend eating too much and watching football. I’m kind of wondering about that this year. The two games played on Thanksgiving usually feature the Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys. This year is no exception. I realize that nobody was saying the Lions would be 0 and 8, or that Dallas would be 5 and 4, but isn’t it time for the NFL to give these two prime football slots to different teams? What kind of deal did the Lions and Cowboys make? Kind of wondering is there a college game on? How about the NBA? NHL? I don’t think I’ll be watching the Lions. Maybe the Cowboys, we’ll see if they start playing football again when Romo gets back in. The Lions haven’t played much football this year, I don’t expect them to start any time soon.
Unless someone else does it first I’m going to try to find out about the NFL Lions Cowboys deal.
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I dunno, but it seems to have been going on for my lifetime, anyway. College Football is the day after t-day… but THE GAME is the Saturday before. But I think the first of many airings of Miracle on 34th Street (the original in black and white as it should be) is on t-day sometime…
It sounds like they volunteered…
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