MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – It’s Thanksgiving week, which means three things for most people across America on Thursday — family, food and football.
And it’s not necessarily in that order. But it’s an annual tradition for Thanksgiving that families gather together and remember what they are thankful for. We all try to say we’ll be healthier, but then that changes when you look at the turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes. The food coma arrives, finished off by the pumpkin pie and then an afternoon of watching football on the couch ensues.
For the die-hard football fans, the TV watching starts with an appetizer as there’s always a game before the early dinner. And a holiday full of traditions is no different in NFL standards. Essentially since the concept of football on Thanksgiving Day started, the Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys always play. This year, the Lions face the Bears in…
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