Found November 24, 2011 on Busted Coverage:
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Via Weekend Screencapper ParadigmShift35: Jim Schwartz of the Lions is having the worst Thanksgiving ever and most likely an aneurism with how pissed off he got at his team. Even his assistant coaches look like they may be taken to the nearest Detroit hospital. To add to all of this frustration, Greg Jennings is in Detroit’s End Zone “Tebowing”. If Detroit wasn’t a depressing enough place, the Lions have to go ahead and make it worse for all of their fans. JUMP! Have a screenshot we missed from the game? We want to see it. mail@bustedcoverage.com Follow ParadigmShift35 on Twitter.
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