It's time to give thanks, New York Giants fans.
Thanksgiving Day and professional football go together like turkey and gravy. Ever since Detroit radio executive George A. Richards bought the Portsmouth Spartans, relocated them, renamed them the Lions, and pitted his new squad against the Chicago Bears on Thanksgiving Day 1934, a tradition was born. Thanks to Richards' vision, we're still forced to watch the Lions on Turkey Day nearly 80 years later.
Now, with the New York Giants standing at 4-7 after a 24-21 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, it may seem like there is little for which fans of the team can be thankful. However, before drowning your sorrows in inordinate helpings of mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce, read this article.
Here are five things for which Giants fans can still be thankful.