Thursday, November 22, 2012

Lions - Texans Thanksgiving Day Game Takeaways

Dee Troit Foot Ball
> It's nice to see Ndamukong Suh keep up the Thanks- giving tradition of kicking an opponent and getting torched in the media

> My holiday is not good until I heard the officiating crew express their wishes, or until I see the Lions lose to a suspiciously good team

> Jim Nantz and Phil Simms have clearly never seen a QB throw the ball sidearm before

> Owen Daniels celebrated a touchdown by doing pantomime that was not worthy of a homeless Frenchman

> Jason Hanson scoring points on Thanksgiving dates back to the 19th century, but in a winning effort, not so much

> The entire existence of being a Lions Fan can be encapsulated by the Justin Forsett touchdown that only happened because of Jim Schwartz throwing a challenge flag

> The Texans have played two overtime games in five days, which means they are more tired than anyone who has ever been tired

> In case you were still wondering, JJ Watt is a killing machine

> Tony Scheffler showed, repeatedly, why he's a much better idea at TE for the Lions than Brandon Petitgrew

> Phil Simms is very concerned with the fatigue of everyone involved in this game, because everything about Phil Simms is tired

> Neither of these defenses were able to guard that Johnson guy

> If you get off on watching coaches blow overtime games through overly conservative play calling for long field goal attempts, this was porn-tastic

> If you didn't watch this game, you missed over 4 hours of what the kids call LOL FAIL

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