NFL Already Planning Thanksgiving Day Lineup

The 2019 NFL schedule won’t be released until April, but the league reportedly already has its Thanksgiving plans set. Word is we’ll get Lions-Bears and Cowboys-Dolphins on Thanksgiving, with a third prime-time game yet to be announced. If true, it would be the second straight year the Bears and Lions met on Turkey Day.  The Dolphins haven’t played on Thanksgiving since 2011. The rest of the NFL schedule will be announced in mid-April. Is football a big part of your Thanksgiving Day festivities?  Do you think the league should stick with the Lions/Cowboys tradition or open it up for more teams?

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