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NFL Thanksgiving Grades: Vikings, Kirk Grandsons Get Primetime ‘A-‘; Cowboys, Bills shine in comebacks

NFL Thanksgiving Grades: Vikings, Kirk Grandsons Get Primetime ‘A-‘; Cowboys, Bills shine in comebacks

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This season, the NFL has Thanksgiving, making the annual holiday games better than many years. Five of the six teams had winning records in the 2011 and 2014 Thanksgiving games. NFL In 2006, it started playing three Thanksgiving games).

The combined record of the six teams playing this Thanksgiving is 39-21, and the team’s .650 winning percentage is the second-highest since the Thanksgiving schedule went three games. The highest winning percentage was .682 in 2011.

Fans were treated to a thriller in the first game of the day Josh Allen and Buffalo Bills stopped Detroit Lions Back-and-forth with a last-second field goal that would be a Thanksgiving classic. In the second game Dallas Cowboys came back from a halftime deficit New York Giants Big games are behind us CeeDee Lamb and Ezekiel Elliott. Kirk Cousins ​​played well in the prime-time lights — as did Justin Jefferson — as the Vikings beat the Patriots 9-2. Here are our grades for every team that played on Thanksgiving Day:

Buffalo 28-25 over Detroit

Bills-Lions grades by Jeff Kerr (Love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Dallas 28-20 vs. New York Giants

Brian DeArdo’s Giants-Cowboys grades (Love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Minnesota vs. New England 33-26

Patriot-Viking Grades by Tyler Sullivan (Love Grades? Hate Grades? Let him know on Twitter.)



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