The Pulse: A Guide to Watching Thanksgiving, Germany’s Protest and Defending Turkey

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You will have obligations today. Chat with some relatives. Maybe a political argument or two. I’m late for FaceTimes? Possible. Prepare for that, sure, but most importantly, I want you to strategize when and how to be in front of the TV today. It’s just good training.

Let’s say you can’t watch football all day. Prioritization is the key:

1. Can’t miss: Bills (-9.5) in Lions
This is correct! This game is important. The Lions 4-6 are the hottest team in the league (🀯) and the Bills are playing at Ford Field for the second week in a row. Is Detroit legit? We’ll find out. Wait… Detroit gets a 9.5? Your Majesty.

Time: 12:30 p.m. ET on CBS

2. Not to be missed: Giants at Cowboys (-10)
matching records. check. That’s about it. The stench of fraud lingered in the air of Meadowlands last week. The 7-3 Cowboys, who came off one of the best performances of any team this season — a 40-3 road demolition of the Vikings — have a chance to subdue the 7-3 Giants.

The time: 4:30 p.m. on FOX

3. Best Recreational Value: Mississippi State at Ole Miss (-2.5)
Regardless of the quality of play, this is the most underrated game on the college football schedule each season. Remember when Elijah Moore mimicked urinating in the end zone? (Read this right away.) The plain egg bowl. This year, we might see Lane Kiffin leave in a helicopter for Auburn right after the final whistle.

Time: 7 p.m. on ESPN

4. Best Skip: Patriots at Vikings (-2.5)
Can Minnesota recover from last week’s Cowboys defeat? The problem: The Patriots can’t score, so this is either a huge disappointment to the previously good Vikings offense, or it’s a battle rock that leaves us all unsatisfied.

pulse: Turn it into an Egg Bowl or Scattergories.

The time: 8:20 p.m. on NBC

Check out our full guide to NFL games here, including odds and picks.

World Cup history

Ronaldo and Brazil two days

today: Always sleepy Uruguay kicks in within the hour (8am ET), and then you have Portugal and Ronaldo is never in the news facing Ghana (11am) and then Brazil-Serbia (2pm).

tomorrow: πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡²vs 🏴 🏴 🏴 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡² 🏴 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡² 🏴 (2 pm). More on this later. Full schedule and times here.

Worth the following: Germany’s players chased FIFA with a protest.

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Michigan State players face charges
Seven Michigan football players have been charged by the District Attorney’s office over an October 29 postgame tunnel incident involving Michigan State football players. The incident saw Wolverines players Jemon Green and Jaden McBurrows being assaulted by a number of Spartan players, causing injury to Green and McBurrows.

Sitting down… with apologies
Strange feelings about the Jets: The team is 6-4, yet the mood is bleak. Zach Wilson was benched yesterday for this weekend’s game β€” the right move, according to our local reporter β€” after Wilson appeared unfazed by his nightmare performance against the Patriots on Sunday. Mike White will start against the Bears, though Wilson apologized to his teammates yesterday.

Food fight

Support the turkey this holiday season

A disturbing narrative has been brewing for the past few years in the popular media: Turkey sucks, and you should find cooler, more hip alternatives to your Thanksgiving spread. cowards.

I would bet a lot of fake money that most of you turkey snobs have never had a good turkey before. I said it. Say I’m in a Big Turkey pocket all you want, but put a little effort into your turkey and you’ll find it’s arguably our most underrated meat. Smoke it, cover it with brine, deep fry it, whatever. It is a versatile bird.

I’ll be back for a good turkey, but first, give your vote to our top poll: Is turkey good?

Pulse options

・Our best NFL odds from competition week, via Dane Brugler. Yes, the top 10 projected players in the 2023 NFL Draft will be something.

・Aaron Rodgers’ pain tolerance is slightly higher than ours. He was playing with a broken thumb. Unless you write with your thumb.

・The Angels continue to add assists to put Get Mike Trout in the playoffs round. Maybe it will work this time.

・The Indiana Pacers looked like The Tank Express. Nobody complains today.

・Alex Ovechkin continues to accumulate goals, and he’s left an imprint on others he probably doesn’t understand.

・The Sacramento Kings have their longest winning streak since Bush was president. West is weird.

・Here’s more about what the German players did to face FIFA World Cup hosts Qatar.

・Why Manchester United for sale? Tifo people have great videos. Oh, and more about who might buy the club.

・You’ll want to take an inside look at this perspective on fans during the turbulent World Cup for the ages.

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