Via The Redskins Blog, just in case all you thought an NFL broadcaster did on game day was go to the stadium, guess again. The day after broadcasting the Steelers/Ravens game on Thanksgiving, the Sunday Night Football crew visited Redskins Park to watch practice, hold meetings with players and coaches, and prepare for Sunday nights game.
Al’s gotta learn the Redskins fight song eh?
Interesting op-ed on the Turkey’s connection to Thanksgiving by way of Madagascar. Click the link in the title to read more about this.
Given that in 2013 Thanksgiving and the first night of Hanukkah fall on the same day, something that hasn’t happened since 1888 and won’t happen again until 2070, Jimmy Kimmel Live asked some elementary school kids to put on a play about this once in a lifetime occasion.
Hope your Thanksgivukkah was fantastic. Enjoy!
With God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly. Oh the humanity! Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving!
This is a must win for both teams. The Redskins lose and their out. When the Redskins have the ball… The Redskins must win first downs. 2nd and short beats 2nd and long any day of the week. The Redskins must cut down on penalties. 13 penalties, the total from last week, is just players(…)
“The Pinedale Shopping Mall has just been bombed with live turkeys – film at 11.” LOL! “As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.” LOL! Enjoy & Happy Thanksgiving!