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Surviving the Family Touch Football Game

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Before the turkey, before the cranberry sauce (homemade or disturbing goo version), before the family argument at the dining room table that grows a little too tense, you will play in the most important sporting event of the calendar: Thanksgiving Day touch football. Last year, we brought you 32 rules on how to survive your family game.

Now we're back, like your aunt's underrated peach cobbler. Here are the updated rules:

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