Thursday’s three games feature six teams coming off losses, with the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints playing in prime time.
Thanksgiving Day is synonymous with football and turkey. This year, it may be known for just the turkey.
When the N.F.L. announced its schedule this spring, the slate of Thanksgiving games was supposed to offer some intrigue alongside the traditional contestants. Now, because of injuries and poor play, Thursday’s games are between six teams who each lost their previous game.
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