NFL: Three games are scheduled for Thanksgiving Day in the United States

As tradition has it, three NFL games are scheduled today on Thanksgiving Day in the United States and each of these will be brought to you on RDS and on RDS Direct.

Bears v. Lions
RDS, RDS Direct – 12:30 p.m.


The Detroit Lions (0-9-1) are still looking for a first win under the guidance of new head coach Dan Campbell. They are the 13e team in NFL history to play a Thanksgiving game with a losing record. The Lions will try to extend the success of running back D’Andre Swift, who leads all players in his position with 53 catches and who is second in passing yards (420). Swift also ranks fifth in running backs with 975 yards rushing from the line of scrimmage. Will the Bears (3-7) be able to slow him down while relaunching their attack with quarterback Andy Dalton in charge?

Raiders v. Cowboys
RDS, RDS Direct – 4:30 p.m.


Will the Cowboys (7-3) finally manage to contain a defense of the American West Division? They scored 20 points against the Chargers, 16 against the Broncos and 9 against the Chiefs. Denver and Kansas City were physical on the perimeter, which allowed them to generate pressure against a defensive line that was deprived of left tackle Tyron Smith. The latter is expected to play against the Las Vegas Raiders (5-5), who rank 26e tied in the NFL for points allowed on average per game (26.2). The Cowboys offense must wake up, even if it will have to make do without wide receiver Amari Cooper and possibly CeeDee Lamb.

Bills v. Saints
RDS, RDS Direct – 8:20 p.m.


The Bills (6-4) and Saints (5-5) are in desperate need of a bounce back tonight. The Saints have suffered three straight losses for the first time since 2016 and will be deprived of the services of all-star backer Alvin Kamara in a third straight game with a knee injury. For their part, the Bills and quarterback Josh Allen have had a string of turnovers recently, as they lost two of their three most recent games and lost possession of first place in the East American Division.

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