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The Leon Lett Thanksgiving Game

Where were you when you watched this game? The NFL Network will rebroadcasted the classic 1993 Thanksgiving game between the Dolphins and the Cowboys last year for Thanksgiving.

If 1993 doesn’t ring a bell, think Leon Lett. And snow.

Here’s part of the news release sent by the N.F.L.:

The Thanksgiving defeat was the Cowboys’ final loss of the season as they won their next eight games including Super Bowl XXVIII.

This NFL Classic Games telecast featured the complete NBC broadcast with announcers Dick Enberg and Bob Trumpy calling the action along with all of the network’s original graphics. The game was watched by 38.4 million viewers on NBC and is the most watched NFL regular season game in the last 19 years (since 49ers-Giants on ABC Monday Night Football drew 41.5 million on December 3, 1990).

Happy Thanksgiving to all.

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