By Sebastian Ospina
There’s nothing like the Thanksgiving Day tradition of football and food — and the NFL’s Thanksgiving Day schedule is looking mighty appetizing.
There are three games on the schedule this year, with the Bear and Lions at 12:30 p.m.,
the Raiders and Cowboys at 4:30 p.m., and a long-awaited battle between the Bills and Saints at 8:20 p.m..
This will mark the Bear and Lions’ 82 nd Thanksgiving Day game since they started playing on the holiday back in 1934. The Saints vs. Bills game may be the most intriguing of the Thanksgiving Day matchups. Both teams are embroiled in tight division and Wild Card races and have strong overall rosters. The Bills have the advantage at quarterback but if Alvin Kamara can get healthy, the Saints could run on Buffalo.
The games can be watched on Fox or fuboTV.