Discussion in 'The Coliseum' started by iceberg_is_on_fire, Mar 22, 2019.
another thanksgiving with the 2 sorriest franchises of the past 20 years
I’d go every year if that was the Falcons tradition
As far as the cowboys, the ratings say otherwise
If it’s for actual COVID cases what good does delaying to Sunday do? Wouldn’t the same players still not be able to play?
Either way they saved me the time, I won’t even have to turn the PS5 off tomorrow
The Lions have turned into one of the sorriest franchises in the history of pro sports, we havent won a playoff game in 30 yrs. We lost every single game one year.
This is our tradition. A family tradition. We the early game every thanksgiving. Can we please just have this one thing to be proud of? Dont kick us while we on the ground
You shouldn't even relied to that idiot.
A lot of these Coli nikkas just like saying dumb shyt.
And nobody even cares about the early game.
But its tradition
And besides, most if not all teams dont like having to play on a short week. Dallas and Detroit are use to it.
It's kinda serious, players and coaches are omfected. And its spreading. The Steelers didnt want to play and protested. The delay is to conduct more testing.
This is 100% wrong. Steelers didn't protest anything, the league made this decision on their own.
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The decision came after the COVID-19 outbreak among the Ravens worsened, and it prompted an angry response from Steelers players.
Ravens-Steelers now Sunday; staffer disciplined
Do you know what you're even reading? The angry response was to the game being delayed, they didn't want the game to be delayed.
I’d keep the Lions and Dallas as early games but add a few division or inter conference games with teams that are good that season. Or even flex games from that week that’ll be particularly good a few weeks in advanced to give teams time to adjust to the switch.
Was looking forward to this game tomorrow too