Thanksgiving Day NFL Schedule, TV Channels, Stream, Times

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GREEN BAY, WI, Sporting Alert – The following are the Thanksgiving NFL games and TV channels for Thursday, November 26.

Carolina Panthers, one of the hottest teams in the NFL at the moment, will be looking to stay undefeated, Green Bay Packers seek to stay in control in the NFC North, while the Philadelphia Eagles look to stop a two-game losing streak.

Cam Newton and Panthers have been strolling along this season on their way to building a 10 game winning streak and will be hoping to extend the streak against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium, in Arlington, Texas.

Panthers Make Thanksgiving Debut Against Cowboys

Newton has passed for 2283 yards so far this season and has a 58.4 QBR, for Carolina, which is scoring 29.9 points on average and allowing 19.1 at the other end.

Dallas (3-7), which snapped a seven-game skid in Miami on Sunday, welcomes back quarterback Tony Romo, who led the team to victory on his return at the weekend.

“It felt good. It’s good to just play football again and get back out there with,” Romo said about his return after missing seven games with an injury.

“Our team played well. Hopefully we can go out and play a good game [on Thanksgiving].”

Meanwhile, after snapping a three-game losing streak at Minnesota on Sunday, the Green Bay Packers (7-3) are ready to go on a run again and hope to win back-to-back games when they face the Chicago Bears (4-6) at home.

Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes without an interception and Green Bay picked up a 30-13 victory over the Vikings on Sunday to end his three-game skid after falling at the
Broncos and Panthers before getting beat by the Lions at home in the three outings before the win at the weekend.

The Bears dropped their last outing 17-15 at home against Denver and will be looking to bounce back at Lambeau Field.

The other Thanksgiving Day NFL fixture on Thursday comes from Ford Field where the Philadelphia Eagles and the Detroit Lions will battle.

Philadelphia has dropped its last two games and three of the past four, which has coach Chip Kelly sitting on the hot seat.

The Eagles (4-6) are sitting third in the NFC East and have their eyes on both New York Giants and Washington Redskins who are both above them.

Last time out, Philadelphia was embarrassed by NFL rookie record-setting Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a 45-17 negative result.

The Lions (4-7) are on a two-game winning streak and are coming off an 18-13 victory at home against the Oakland Raiders.

NFL Week 12 Thanksgiving Day Schedule
Thursday, November 26

Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions 12:30 PM WATCH FOXGame Pass Ford Field
Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys 4:30 PM WATCH CBSGame Pass AT&T Stadium
Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers 8:30 PM WATCH NBCGame Pass Lambeau Field

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