The Dallas Cowboys host the Philadelphia Eagles in a clash of two 8-3, NFC East divisional rivals for first place on Thanksgiving.
Three great epic NFL matchups are piled high with playoff implications, historic rivalries, and a performance by Pitbull.
Kicking off with three Thanksgiving Day games with favorable spreads, this week’s games are a great opportunity to start a new hot streak.
Since 1966, there have been 15 NFL teams that made the playoffs in six consecutive seasons. If the Packers and Patriots make the playoffs this year, they would join this elite group of teams.
The San Francisco 49ers (7-4) host the Seattle Seahawks (7-4) in their first meeting since the 2014 NFC Championship Game.
On Thanksgiving night in a battle of 7-4 NFC West division rivals, the San Francisco 49ers host the Seattle Seahawks in their first meeting since the 2014 NFC Championship Game.
Tony Romo looks to avoid another late-season meltdown while Mark Sanchez attempts to hold onto the starting job for another week when these rivals face off on Thanksgiving.
Due to Robert Griffin III’s recent poor play after returning from injury, Redskins head coach Jay Gruden has benched RGIII for backup Colt McCoy.
Don’t miss a single snap of the Thanksgiving showdown between the rival Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles as they battle for NFC East supremacy.
Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry has a potentially cancerous mass on the right side of his chest, which is feared to possibly be Lymphoma.
NFL fans have plenty to be thankful for on Thursday when these two rivals cap off a full day of football. Look for this NFC West rivalry game to feature plenty of bad blood and a buffet of big hits.
The Saints host the Ravens on Monday Night Football. Keep it here for live updates and highlights throughout the game.
The NFL confirmed one of the worst-kept secrets in sports Sunday night with the announcement that Katy Perry will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show.
After trailing through the first three quarters, the Denver Broncos made a fourth-quarter comeback to defeat the Miami Dolphins 39-36.
A pair of division leaders square off Sunday when the Lions visit the surging Patriots. Keep it here for live updates.