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I don’t know what’s wrong with you people, but apparently you spend one of America’s greatest holidays — which happens to be about eating, drinking and tossing around some kind of ball with your family — checking on your fantasy football team.
The Patriots didn’t finish off these turkey legs quite like they beat the Jets last night. They were a little easier on the turkey than they were on the poor Jets. But they still provided some enduring images – enough that we decided we’d better collect a few. Tom Brady, everyone is on to you.
This right here is a rather unfortunate thank you from the Miami Marlins. You mean this support? For trading away your entire team? Yes? Got it.
There are many Thanksgiving foods, and they are all delicious. Every single one of them. Do not tell us otherwise, because you would be wrong. Unfortunately, Thanksgiving is eaten with other people, which means some foods might run out. So you have to prioritize. What’s can’t miss? What’s sorta can’t miss? And what can you ignore entirely? Because we at SportsGrid are masters of food porn, we figured we’d lend a helping hand on Thanksgiving, too.
Yesterday, before they sat down to feast on turkey, millions of Americans crowded around the television to watch the Lions take on the Packers for a big Thanksgiving day showdown. Unfortunately, they were soon left to explain to their kids why that crazy-looking bald man on the TV had red demon eyes.
The folks at EpicMealTime, a conglomerate of bros who essentially create the most mind-bending collections of cholesterol and trans-fats you’ve ever seen, and then eat them in YouTube videos, of course have a dish for Thanksgiving. It’s called TurBaconEpic, and it’s exactly what it sounds like.
Yesterday, we told you that the NFL tapped Canadian rock band Nickelback to sing at the Lions’ Thanksgiving Day game. We were disappointed in the choice, but luckily, one brave citizen of Detroit has decided to stand up and fight back.