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Friday, November 29, 2019


Venue: Ford Field | Start: 4:30am AEDT

Not many anticipated this Thanksgiving Day primer to present as such a dud what with Detroit spending freely in the offseason and the Chicago Bears entering 2019 as defending NFC North champions. But without quarterback Matthew Stafford (back) for at least another week, the Lions are in need of a hot streak just to hit last season’s win total (six) and perhaps spare coach Matt Patricia his job. The Bears are still strong defensively and the pass rush came to life last week. Surely Detroit won’t dare to single block outside linebacker Khalil Mack, but Chicago’s stout front presents a big challenge for the Lions’ outgunned line. That’s especially true if Stafford backup Jeff Driskel (hamstring) can’t play on a short week. Patricia said Tuesday that the Lions were preparing David Blough, a 24-year-old who has never thrown an NFL pass in a game, to start.

Win: Chicago Bears
Line: Chicago -4.5
Total Points: Over 37.5


Venue: AT&T Stadium | Start: 8:30am AEDT

At 6-5, the Dallas Cowboys are still in the driver’s seat in the NFC West, but the armor is not well-worn. Right behind the Cowboys are the Philadelphia Eagles, and the final game between those teams is in Pennsylvania. Dak Prescott looked ordinary at New England, but the Patriots have handcuffed most quarterbacks not named Lamar Jackson this season. Dallas is only 2-3 in its five most recent Thanksgiving games, but the Cowboys are certainly accustomed to the stage. It’s mostly new for the Buffalo Bills, but at 8-3 and with wins in three of their past four, this AFC contender is primed for a statement game. Buffalo will be playing on Thanksgiving for the first time since 1994. The Bills and Cowboys are meeting for only the sixth time since Super Bowl XXXVIII (1994), and this is just the second trip for Buffalo to AT&T Stadium.

Win: Dallas Cowboys
Line: Dallas -7.5
Total Points: Over 47.5


Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium | Start: 12:20pm AEDT

As strange as it looks in print, the New Orleans Saints will be playing for the NFC South championship when they visit Atlanta. Yes, on the final Thursday in November, the 9-2 Saints can wrap up the division title and keep their focus on the San Francisco 49ers and a potential home-field edge in the postseason. But Atlanta won’t break easily, as the Falcons showed in a one-sided win over New Orleans three weeks ago. Two big statistical explosions helped the Falcons in the first meeting: Atlanta rushed for a season-high 143 yards against the Saints, but has gone for only 111 in the two games since. The Falcons also kept Drew Brees uncomfortable all day and posted 11 sacks in the two wins recorded before last week’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. New Orleans has 33 penalties in its past three games, including 12 against Atlanta earlier this month.

Win: New Orleans Saints
Line: New Orleans Saints -6.5
Total Points: Over 48.5