ARLINGTON, TX – NOVEMBER 27: A fan holds a Thanksgiving Day sign during the game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on November 27, 2014 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
As cliché as it sounds, this really is the most wonderful time of the year.
The holidays are upon us, playoffs are not out of the question for the Cowboys, and tomorrow it’s going to be totally acceptable to eat as much food as humanly possible. That’s the dream.
There is a lot to be thankful for, especially around here at Blogging The Boys. We have one of the more rabid and passionate group of people across the internet (a fairly large space) and together we are a family of sorts. This week’s holiday is special for us.
Thanksgiving is special because the Dallas Cowboys play. They always play. While everyone has their own personal traditions for this week, maybe it’s what you eat or who’s house you gather at, but we all share one common denominator: The Dallas Cowboys.
Here’s why the Dallas Cowboys play on Thanksgiving every year
There are things we disagree about when it comes to football or decisions made by the Cowboys, but one thing that we’re all on the same page with is that we want them to win. For whatever reason, that sentiment feels larger on a day like Thanksgiving.
What are your favorite Thanksgiving memories with the Cowboys, BTB? Is it something personal like a tradition you’ve kept up? Was one Thanksgiving game more memorable than another for whatever reason? Let’s gather around the campfire and share with our fellow friends.
Happy Thanksgiving, BTB. Thanks for making this place so wonderful.