The Detroit Lions have won two Thanksgiving games in a row, both in blowout fashion no less. After nine straight losses on Turkey Day, it is a welcome change for Lions fans.
A special Thanksgiving at Emerson Hospital brought a lot of smiles to one local family.
Thanksgiving. The best holiday ever: football, parades and unnecessary amounts of over eating. Top that off with a bit of booze and an afternoon nap, and you have yourself the perfect weekend. Well, almost.
I am thankful for people who listen.
Since we are upon our great day of gratitude, a pretext for gorging on poultry and then taking our swollen torsos to the nearest television for some football, let’s look to sports for reasons to give thanks.
The Detroit Lions played on Thanksgiving before 24 of the current NFL franchises even existed. The Lions’ first owner scheduled the inaugural game in 1934 to try and generate interest in the team.
The New England Patriots spent their off day on Tuesday making sure local families would enjoy a happy Thanksgiving.
If you have not done any retirement planning, tomorrow, as everyone is seated around the table, decide which kid you want to live with in your old age.
Last week, I spent a solid 500 words explaining my core belief: no team in the NFL that is currently very good. The Patriots are stretching the limits of my conviction.
It’s the perfect recipe: Start with Thanksgiving and throw in a winter storm.