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Bears Packers Thursday Night Preview


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If you were watching the NFL action this past weekend, you probably know that Thanksgiving Night’s NBC battle between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers will be highlighted by a ceremony for Brett Favre. He didn’t leave Green Bay on the best of terms when he decided to finish his career in Minnesota. But, all will be forgotten and forgiven on this emotional evening.

Unfortunately, the current Packers can’t lose their focus on the task at hand! They just ended a three-game losing streak with a big win in Minnesota. But, it’s not like Aaron Rodgers and company were on fire. He was below 50% on his completions again, and the offense as a whole only managed 4.6 yards-per-play. That’s not going to win championships.

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Kelso’s Advanced Sports Betting: Philadelphia Eagles Turning Into a Turkey


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It’s fitting that the Philadelphia Eagles kick off Thanksgiving NFL this year on the road against the Detroit Lions. The Eagles season may end up being a real turkey! They were supposed to be the hot new thing in the NFL. Las Vegas was pricing them like champions when the season was starting. Instead…

*The Eagles are just 4-6 entering the holiday
*Sam Bradford has been a disaster at quarterback in this system
*Mark Sanchez has been a disaster as a backup QB in this system
*Chip Kelly’s name is back in the rumor mill at major college programs

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Stafford throws 5 TDs to lift Lions to 45-14 win over Eagles

DETROIT (AP) Matthew Stafford tied a career high with five touchdown passes, three of them to Calvin Johnson, lifting the Detroit Lions to a 45-14 rout of the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday.

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W. Illinois-Dayton Preview

(STATS) - The relaxed feeling that resonated throughout the room turned to jubilation as Dayton saw its name appear during Sunday's FCS playoff selection show.