Several thousand turkeys are safe, Uncle Stan has endured his annual Thanksgiving nap, and the NFL has again experienced a successful Thursday Night Football appearance, that shook up the league in more ways than one.
Yes, this year's Thanksgiving football dates were a little unusual in comparison to past years. For once the Detroit Lions didn't play host to the Green Bay Packers, and although the New York Jets easily overcame the Cincinnati Bengals, a scare or two was seen in the first half.
So what does that leave heading into the weekend's action?
Thirteen games that are sure to be just as exciting. To kick things off, the new look Minnesota Vikings will head to Washington to face the struggling Washington Redskins, followed by the oh so important matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons, laced by Phillip Rivers' trip to Indianapolis.
Another blockbuster weekend, and yet again each game will involve playoff implications. Here's a look at Week 12's predictions, and as usual, expect the unexpected.