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Thanksgiving Sport Games

November 20, 2012

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Thanksgiving is a time o get together with the family and eat a turkey while watching football… period. Are you in? As always, the Cowboys and Redskins take the center stage, but this year it’s a little bit different as one man seems to be on a pedestal. It’s a RG3 Thanksgiving everyone.

 

Robert Griffin the 3rd has lived up to his high expectations this year of becoming the most exciting player in football. Finally, the Redskins are back on the map in the NFL and it’s their turn to hunt the Cowboys.

Hateful History

Cowboys are in tough this ThursdayCowboys are in tough this ThursdayCourtesy of the NFL
 

Unfortunately the Cowboys vs the Redskins game symbolizes a horrible war between the Native Indians and the Cowboys of the 19th century. How do you feel about the old stories between the Cowboys and Indians?

TV Schedule

NFL cornered the Turkey MarketNFL cornered the Turkey MarketCourtesy of the NFL
 

So if football isn’t really your thing, you might be wondering… well… what else is going on in the World of Sports? And the answer to this is “absolutely nothing”. It seems like the NFL has bought out all the other professional sports Leagues to make sure the only thing on TV is football.

Hopes for Hockey

No Hockey this yearNo Hockey this yearCourtesy of the NHL
 

For all you hockey lovers, the NHL sometimes has a game on TV during Thanksgiving, but you can almost kiss the season goodbye this year. It doesn’t look like there will be any season at all. It’s a money thing… and it kind of makes you want to puke when Pro Sports are making billions of dollars.

You can always go down to the park and throw a baseball around or maybe grab some of your cousins and walk over to the hockey rink to watch a little league game. Kids need fans too!

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What are you going to do on your Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comments below...