There’s something about being bloated with turkey and pie while being surrounded by loud family and watching football that makes me…well…thankful. Thanksgiving NFL is better than Christmas NBA, better than New Year’s college football, and it’s way better than Earth Day NHL. Okay, I’m not totally sure that the last one is a thing, but if it is, it sucks.
We have three games on schedule for Thursday: Vikings at Lions, Chargers at Cowboys, and Giants at Redskins.
Just because I think it’s interesting, here’s the complete standings of teams’ Thanksgiving game records:
|New Orleans Saints||1||0||1.000|
|Los Angeles Rams||3||1||.750|
|Los Angeles Chargers||2||1||1||.625|
|New York Giants||7||4||3||.607|
|New England Patriots||3||2||.600|
|Kansas City Chiefs||5||5||.500|
|New York Jets||4||4||.500|
|San Francisco 49ers||2||2||1||.500|
|Green Bay Packers||14||20||2||.417|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||0||1||.000|
Ah yes, another list that the Browns find themselves at the bottom of.
Let’s start talking about what you came here for: the top-5 NFL Thanksgiving games! Take a look through these classics, and let me know if you agree or disagree with my list!
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