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Happy Thanksgiving

First, I’d like to say Happy Thanksgiving to everybody. Here are a few things Boston sports fans have to be thankful for:

  • The Red Sox won the World Series. 
  • The Patriots are 10-0.
  • The Celtics are 9-1.
  • The Bruins have a winning record at 10-7-2.
  • The Revolution made it to the MLS Cup and lost…but they made it!
  • Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Randy Moss are playing in Boston.
  • The Red Sox are reportedly interested in Johan Santana.

Anyway, here are some notable things to watch on TV today:

NFL:
Green Bay (9-1) at Detroit (6-4)
12:30 p.m. on FOX

N.Y. Jets (2-8) at Dallas (9-1)
4:15 p.m. on CBS

Indianapolis (8-2) at Atlanta (3-7)
8:15 on NFL Network

College Football:
#11 USC at #6 Arizona State
8 p.m. on ESPN

NBA: no games today
NHL: 4 games today, but Bruins don’t play until Friday

Gotta love football on Thanksgiving…what do you have to be thankful for?

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