Three NFL games are on the schedule on Thanksgiving Day with the New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys among the teams in action on Thursday.
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears on Thursday Night Football. Box score and video highlights of the game.
(Sporting Alert) — Atlanta Falcons have revealed that wide receiver Julio Jones, who is second in the league this season with 1,428 receiving yards, is active and will play against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
CHICAGO (Sporting Alert) — Quarterback Tony Romo and running back DeMarco Murray helped the Dallas Cowboys beat the Chicago Bears 41-28 in Thursday Night Football.
The following are the inactive players for tonight NFL Thursday Night Football game between the Chicago Bears and the Dallas Cowboys at Soldier Field.
DETROIT (Sporting Alert) — Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks all scored wins on Thanksgiving Day to start Week 13 in the league on Thursday. In the opening game of the day, quarterback Matthew Stafford completed 34-of-45 for 390 yards and threw two touchdown passes and no interceptions and the Lions (8-4) scored a comeback 34-17 victory over Chicago Bears (5-7) to boost their playoff hopes.
DETROIT (Sporting Alert) — Inactive players for the Thanksgiving Day NFL fixture between the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. The game will be at 12:30 and is live on CBS.
MIAMI, FL — Some interesting battles are expected for Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day fixtures, as teams begin to focus on their chances of earning a playoffs place this year.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (Sporting Alert) — Results, scores and records from the NFL games that took place in Week 10 on Sunday, November 9. Aaron Rodgers equalled his club game record and tied the NFL mark for a half when he threw for six touchdown passes in the first half in the Green Bay Packers’ convincing 55-14 win over the Chicago Bears.
MIAMI, Fla. (Sporting Alert) — The following is the list of NFL preseason games on the schedule for Week 2. Live streaming on WatchESPN and ESPN at 8pm ET.
Watch the Green Bay Packers scored a mystery touchdown on the Chicago Bears after both sets of players thought the play had been dead.