The slate of NFL games for Thanksgiving Day, as is often the case, aren't the most exciting, if just because we have to deal with Detroit every year. The Dallas game features the glory of Bruce Gradkowski, so that's not all too inspiring either.
Fortunately, the NFL Network begins its weekly games Thanksgiving night, and it's a fun one: Denver at Kansas City. (We have a sneaking suspicion it might be the game Jake Plummer finally bottoms out.) So we'll be able to watch that ... no, wait, we can't! If you're a Time Warner subscriber, you still can't get the NFL Network, which means, unless you're local, you're going to be football-less Sunday night. Some think this is all just negotiating tactics, and they're probably right, but that doesn't change that there's still a chance they won't get the deal ready for tomorrow night. And that's a bit of a shame; it would be sad to miss the Plummer implosion.