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THANKSGIVING FOOTBALL
CHI Bears (4-7) 16
DET Lions (0-10-1) 14

LV Raiders (6-5) 36
DAL Cowboys (7-4) 33 (OT)

THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
BUF Bills (7-4) 31
NO Saints (5-6) 6

SUNDAY AFTERNOON GAMES
TB Buccaneers ( 8-3) 38
IND Colts (6-6) 31

NY Jets (3-8 ) 21
HOU Texans (2-9) 14

PHI Eagles (5-7) 7
NY Giants (4-7) 13

CAR Panthers (5-7) 10
MIA Dolphins (5-7) 33

TEN Titans ( 8-4) 13
NE Patriots ( 8-4) 36

PIT Steelers (5-5-1) 10
CIN Bengals (7-4) 41

ATL Falcons (5-6) 21
JAC Jaguars (2-9) 14

LA Chargers (6-5) 13
DEN Broncos (6-5) 28

LA Rams (7-4) 28
GB Packers (9-3) 36

MIN Vikings (5-6) 26
SF 49ers (6-5) 34

SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
CLE Browns (6-6) 10
BAL Ravens ( 8-3) 16

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
SEA Seahawks (3-8 ) 15
WSH Football Team (5-6) 17

TEAMS ON BYE WEEK
ARZ Cardinals
KC Chiefs
I am sad to report that one of my Thanksgiving NFL predictions was well... predictable.  Here's how I did.

I predicted that the Detroit Lions would lose on Thanksgiving because that's what they do, and this season, they couldn't buy a 'W' with my wallet.
After yesterday's game, the Lions are now 0-10-1 after falling to the Chicago Bears 16-14.

I predicted that the Dallas Cowboys would win due to the fact that they were doing so well this season, with a possible spot in the playoffs.  Normally, the 'Boys lose on Thanksgiving.  I looked past that and picked them to win agains the Las Vegas Raiders.  The Raiders escaped with a 36-33 Overtime win.

I took a chance and picked the New Orleans Saints to beat the Buffalo Bills in the nightcap.  Why?  It's Thanksgiving, and despite they were at home, the Saints were the underdogs.  The "Bills Mafia" showed up and showed out to the tune of 31-6.

That was my Thanksgiving NFL picks.  I only have one regret, though.  I should have went with my gut and experience with the Dallas game knowing that they, like the Detroit Lions, lose on Thanksgiving.

Just Saying.
Sunday NFL Games are wrapped up.  Tomorrow, the 3-7 Seattle Seahawks will head to the U.S. Capitol to face the 4-7 Washington Football Team on Monday Night Football.
I'll post the Week 13 matchups tomorrow afternoon.