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NFL Thanksgiving Grades: Vikings, Kirk Cousins ​​get a prime-time ‘A-‘; Cowboy, Bill shines in comeback

NFL Thanksgiving Grades: Vikings, Kirk Cousins ​​get a prime-time ‘A-‘; Cowboy, Bill shines in comeback

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The NFL certainly had a strong Thanksgiving slate this season, making the annual holiday games better than most years. Five of the six teams had a winning record going into their Thanksgiving Day game, tying a league-high set in 2011 and 2014 ( The NFL began playing three Thanksgiving Day games in 2006).

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

Fans were treated to a thriller in the first game of the day Josh Allen And Buffalo Bill keep off Detroit Lions A Thanksgiving Classic was a back-and-forth affair with a last-second field goal. In the second game, Dallas Cowboys The sweep came back from a halftime deficit New York Giants Behind the big game CeeDee Lamb And Ezekiel Elliott. And in the nightcap, Kirk Cousins ​​played well in prime-time lights — as did Justin Jefferson — as the Vikings beat the Patriots 9-2. Here are our grades for each team playing on Thanksgiving:

Buffalo over Detroit 28-25

Jeff Kerr’s Bills-Lions grade (Love the grade? Hate the grade? Let him know on Twitter.)

Dallas 28-20 over the New York Giants

Giants-Cowboys Grades by Brian DeArdo (Love Grades? Hate Grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Minnesota is 33-26 over New England

Patriots-Vikings Grade by Tyler Sullivan (Love the grade? Hate the grade? Let him know on Twitter.)




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