Over the years, Thanksgiving Day in America has transformed into a day about three things – food, family and football. Every year, most people gather at a friend or family member's house, load up a plate full of turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes, and watch the full slate of football, beginning at 12:30 and ending close to midnight.
With three games on the docket this year, there will be an NFL game on television for almost every minute of your Thanksgiving afternoon.
The day starts off with the Chicago Bears visiting the Detroit Lions at 12:30 p.m. EST. The afternoon slot at 4:30 p.m. EST is held by the Buffalo Bills, who head to Dallas to take on the Cowboys at Jerry World. The night game at 8:20 p.m. EST comes in the form of Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints paying a visit to Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons.
If you're looking for a full schedule and information on each game, including where to watch, The Duel has you covered. We have created a printable Thanksgiving Day NFL schedule, which you can download and print at this link here.
If you're looking to place a wager on any of these games, FanDuel Sportsbook has you covered with an array of bets for each contest. And as always, be sure to check out The Duel for additional fantasy and betting coverage as NFL Week 13 continues Sunday later this week.
With traditions like the six-leg turkey and a full slate of non-stop football happening all afternoon, you won't want to miss a minute of the action. Now all you have to worry about is staying awake after all that turkey.
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