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There might not ever be a more back-and-forth Thanksgiving game than the one between the Saints and Cowboys in 2010.
The Saints came out firing on all cylinders in this one, running the score up to 17-0 in just over 10 minutes. They would then hold Dallas to just six points in the rest of the first half, leading 20-3 at halftime.
The Cowboys wouldn't go away, however, opening the second half on a 21-3 run, stretching from their opening drive in the third quarter to the last two minutes of the game.
Drew Brees then drove the Saints 89 yards in just over a minute, highlighted by a 55-yard pitch and catch to Robert Meachem and ending with a 12-yard touchdown pass to Lance Moore to go up 30-27.
However, Dallas would keep fighting.
Even without Tony Romo, who was out with an injury, the Cowboys marched down the field behind quarterback Jon Kitna. He brought the team to the New Orleans 41-yard line, where the drive stalled when he threw three incompletions to Dez Bryant.
The Cowboys then attempted a 59-yard field goal with 25 seconds left that would have sent the game to overtime, but David Buehler's kick sailed wide left to end the game.