Nov 23 2012
If you’re anything like us—which would be very unfortunate for you—you probably stuffed your face all day yesterday while spending some time with family and friends. And while it was great to catch-up with them on everything from their jobs to their unfortunate case of hemorrhoids, you probably found yourself sneaking away when you could to catch some football games.
As has been the tradition of the NFL ever since the league’s inception in 1920, fans don’t need to sacrifice a perfect day to sit around and stay immobile by doing anything else but tuning into the tube.
But while we get our football fix, is it all perfect? Not really. So here’s the good and not so good things about NFL being played on Thanksgiving.
Good: It’s Football
As most sports fans, there’s no day we can think of when we have too much sports coverage—though the constant Tim Tebow, LeBron James-type stories can get a little worn out.
On a day that’s supposed to be all about family, relaxation, reflection and thanks, in our opinion there’s no better way to accomplish all those things besides sitting in front of the TV watching millionaire players hit the sh*t out of each other.
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