Thanksgiving Game

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National Football League On Television - Holiday Games - Thanksgiving Day Games
... For more details on this topic, see Thanksgiving Classic ... The Detroit Lions have hosted a game every Thanksgiving Day since 1934 (with the exception of 1939–1944 due to the "Franksgiving" confusion and World War II), and they have been ... In 1966, the NFL introduced an annual game hosted by the Dallas Cowboys, which has been played every year except in 1975 and 1977 when the St ...
2010 NFL Season - Media
... television partners CBS (all AFC Sunday afternoon away games and one Thanksgiving game), Fox (all NFC Sunday afternoon away games and one Thanksgiving game), NBC (17 Sunday night games and the kickoff game ... the twenty most watched television broadcasts of the season have so far been NFL games ...
NFL On Television - Holiday Games - Thanksgiving Day Games
... For more details on this topic, see Thanksgiving Classic ... The Detroit Lions have hosted a game every Thanksgiving Day since 1934 (with the exception of 1939–1944 due to the "Franksgiving" confusion and World War II), and they have been nationally ... In 1966, the NFL introduced an annual game hosted by the Dallas Cowboys, which has been played every year except in 1975 and 1977 when the St ...
Sports Broadcasting Contracts In The United States - Football - National Football League
... the 2022-2023 season to the following AFC Sunday Afternoon package, see more One Thanksgiving game Super Bowls XLVII (2013), L (2016), LIII (2019), and LVI (2022) ESPN has rights ... to all regular season Sunday afternoon games through 2014 ... has national radio rights to regular season Sunday afternoon games for 10 teams sublicensed from Dial Global ...

Famous quotes containing the words game and/or thanksgiving:

    The most disgusting cad in the world is the man who, on grounds of decorum and morality, avoids the game of love. He is one who puts his own ease and security above the most laudable of philanthropies.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    My consciousness-raising group is still going on. Every Monday night it meets, somewhere in Greenwich Village, and it drinks a lot of red wine and eats a lot of cheese. A friend of mine who is in it tells me that at the last meeting, each of the women took her turn to explain, in considerable detail, what she was planning to stuff her Thanksgiving turkey with. I no longer go to the group.
    Nora Ephron (b. 1941)