What they said Sunday (thanks to highlights from the networks):
ESPN's Mike Ditka on the NFL's continuing to let the Detroit Lions play on Thanksgiving: "I think the league is missing the point. We need to put two teams on every Thanksgiving who are competitive. We all stuff a turkey on Thanksgiving. That doesn't mean you have to stuff that turkey down our throats."
Fox's Howie Long on Terrell Owens: "T.O.'s been in the league for the past 13 years. What do the last 13 Super Bowl champions have in common? No T.O."
Fox's Jimmy Johnson on Adam "Pacman" Jones: "Everybody needs a 13th chance."
The NFL Network's Warren Sapp on Andy Reid: "I think it's pretty obvious. Fire the coach. … Andy Reid is not going to bring a championship to Philadelphia."
NBC's Cris Collinsworth on Donovan McNabb: "Donovan learned last week the game could end in a tie. This week, he learned the game could end at the half. The only thing worse than Donovan McNabb was his replacement and the decision by Andy Reid to replace him. You do not take a kid who has not practiced and put him in at halftime on the road against this Baltimore Ravens killer defense. The season ended today for the Philadelphia Eagles."