Every year, families get together over the holidays to enjoy each others company, and of course watch football.
Thanksgiving Day is always stacked with some intense football games, and the 2012 season is no different.
We may have to wait several months for them to begin, but there's certainly nothing wrong with getting pumped up about the games on Turkey Day.
That said, here's my preseason ranking of the NFL's slate of games on Thanksgiving Day.
Who will win the NFC East?
This NFC East rivalry should continue to heat up, but that's only if the Redskins do the expected and draft Robert Griffin III with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
Scheduled for 4:15 p.m. ET on FOX, this will be the first time these two teams go head-to-head on the year. The second time is in Week 17 to end the regular season.
With both teams having a short week, there could be some rust in this game. Washington has to play a brutal game against the Eagles the Sunday before, and on the same day Dallas goes up against Cleveland.
Still, this will be a fun battle because both teams despise each other. Assuming Griffin heads to Washington, it will be very fun to see him return to Texas and play in Jerry World.
This AFC East rivalry is rarely a disappointment, as both teams hate each others guts so much they'll do just about anything to win.
Scheduled for 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC, the Jets and the Patriots will meet for the second time on the year on Turkey Day.
Tom Brady and company should have beaten the Jets earlier in the year, but winning on the road against New York is much more difficult. This is a game that fans will be on the edge of their seats all night long.
Which Thanksgiving Day game will be the best?
The Lions are a staple team for Thanksgiving Day, and now that they're good again it will be much more entertaining to watch them.
Scheduled for 12:30 p.m. ET on CBS, this cross-conference battle will be the perfect thing to watch while your turkey dinner is being prepared. Even if you do a turkey lunch, you'll want this game on while you're chowing down.
Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson are incredibly fun to watch, and it will be even better to see if they can out duel Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson.
Both teams are steadily improving their game and this early afternoon Thanksgiving Day will easily be the best game of the holiday.