Today the NFL rolls out its traditional three game special for Thanksgiving Thursday.
Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions 12:30 p.m. Eastern; FOX; Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, and Erin Andrews
First up, the 12:30 clash between the Eagles and Lions, features a pair of teams having disappointing seasons. Both came in to 2015 expecting to contend but have struggled to sub-500 records. The Lions poor start might have already knocked them out even with improved play lately, however the 4-6 Eagles still have a shot without a runaway team in the NFC East. This is a big game for Philadelphia to stay in range.
Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys 4:30 p.m. Eastern; CBS; Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, and Tracy Wolfson
The 4:30 game should be the headline act. The Cowboys are talented enough to make a run in the NFC East, even from 3-7, but first have a tall task ahead of them with the undefeated Panthers coming to town. Dallas won't want to dig themselves in any deeper if they are to mount a comeback, but to win this one they'll have to overcome a fierce Carolina defence and an MVP contender in Cam Newton.
Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers 8:30 p.m. Eastern; NBC; Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, and Michele Tafoya
At 8:30, the Bears travel to Green Bay for Brett Farve day. As for the game itself, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are facing a tight division race against a talented Vikings squad. With both teams at 7-3, the Packers will look to stay ahead with a win today, against their traditional rivals the Bears, who are going through a rebuild process but with Jay Cutler playing well could still be a threat.
Happy Thanksgiving and please leave your thoughts on the games below.