The only possible way this truly magnificent, infamous Tony Romo fumble could have been any sweeter, is if he had only done it on Thanksgiving Day. Thanks for nothing, Tony Romo.

 

I’m thankful that since 1920, the NFL has been playing and broadcasting games on Thanksgiving Day. So, even if the turkey is dry, the company is annoying and the dubious history of the day itself makes you feel conflicted about celebrating it in the first place, the one thing you can always feel good about is this: Watching modern day gladiators go at it in a ritual of gridiron glory is almost always a good time – especially if the Cowboys lose. 

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