Not only will we be engulfing ourselves with turkey, stuffing and all the fixings, but we will make sure to sit and watch the three games on television throughout the day.
At 1 p.m. the Tennessee Titans (10-1) visit the Cowardly Lions (0-11) at Ford Field. The Titans fell to the New York Jets last Sunday and look to rebound against the lone winless team in the National Football League.
The final game on Thanksgiving Day at Texas Stadium will kickoff at 4:15 when the Seattle Seahawks (2-9) visit Big D and the 'Boys (7-4). While the Cowboys are fighting for playoff position, the Seahawks are pretty much done as far as the post-season is concerned. With Romo back, expect Dallas to put up big numbers on a struggling Hawks team.
The Arizona Cardinals (7-4) will have the chance to do something no other team has done this season when they face the Philadelphia Eagles (5-5-1) in the night game. With a win, the Cards clinch the NFC West division, becoming the first team to clinch a playoff berth. After a 37-29 loss last week, Warner and the Cardinals will look to not only win but clinch early. The Eagles fell big to the Ravens and the status of QB Donovan McNabb is uncertain.
Titans are 5-0 on the road this year. Tennessee wins 27-13
Cowboys WILL win final Turkey Day game at Texas Stadium. Dallas wins 34-17
Cardinals clinch NFC West in the City of Brotherly Love. Arizona wins 30-20