BOOM!!! 

Happy Thanksgiving you magnificent maniacs. Enjoy the day & the games.

BOOM!!!

Happy Thanksgiving you magnificent maniacs. Enjoy the day & the games.

Relax Tony, you only beat the Dolphins. Barely.
(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Relax Tony, you only beat the Dolphins. Barely.

(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

49ers - 6Ravens - 16 

49ers - 6
Ravens - 16 

(Source: Yahoo!)

Happy Thanksgiving from the Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, & all of us from NFLO.
Thanks for reading. Thanks for watching. Thanks for loving the sport.
(Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Happy Thanksgiving from the Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, & all of us from NFLO.

Thanks for reading. Thanks for watching. Thanks for loving the sport.

(Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

"CAW Ca-CAW! CAW Ca-CAW!"
"Have any of you ever even seen a chicken before?”
(Sean Keane)

"CAW Ca-CAW! CAW Ca-CAW!"

"Have any of you ever even seen a chicken before?”

(Sean Keane)

seankeane:

In honor of Thanksgiving, Kid Rock stole this jacket from a Native American.

I like to imagine he’s pointing back at Brady.

seankeane:

In honor of Thanksgiving, Kid Rock stole this jacket from a Native American.

I like to imagine he’s pointing back at Brady.

Tom Brady takes a moment to point out Kid Rock’s long, flowing hair.
(Sean Keane)
(Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Tom Brady takes a moment to point out Kid Rock’s long, flowing hair.

(Sean Keane)

(Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Another Thanksgiving classic from 1993: Trailing by a point, Miami lines up to attempt the game-winning field goal with fifteen seconds left - and Dallas blocks the kick. The game is over, until DT Leon Lett slides into the ball, even his as teammates frantically wave him away. Lett manages to kick the ball to the one-yard line, where Miami recovers the ball. This time, they make the chip shot field goal, and win 16-14.

Best part: Lett later got a note from a little girl who told him not to worry, people do dumb things all the time - like the player who fumbled the ball as he was showboating across the goal line in the previous year’s Super Bowl. That guy, of course, was Leon Lett.

(Sean Keane)

On Thanksgiving 1998 in Detroit, Jerome Bettis seemingly calls “tails”, the coin lands tails-up, and referee Phil Luckett awards the ball to the Lions anyway. Of course, enhanced audio revealed that Bettis started to call “heads,” and tried to change his call while the coin was still in the air. Detroit scored on the first possession of overtime, and The Bus lost his only Thanksgiving game in his hometown.

(Sean Keane)