Turkey Day will be here before you know it, which means some fantastic NFL action over the course of November 22 through the 25th. While you’re celebrating the holiday with family, hunkered down in your house and filled up with food, these are the games you’ll want to check out.

Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions

Thursday, November 22 (12:30 PM ET)

Thanksgiving Day football kicks off with an NFC North rivalry between the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions. You have to admire how the Bears’ defense has shined since the Khalil Mack trade and that’ll certainly cause problems for Matthew Stafford and the Lions.

NFC North rivalries are always enjoyable, especially when they’re on the mainstage. The Bears and Lions in Detroit should be no different.

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Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans Saints

Thursday, November 22 (8:20 PM ET)

The first matchup between these two NFC South rivals was an absolute shootout, with the New Orleans Saints coming out on top 43-37 in overtime. Considering how great these two offenses are, Thanksgiving night should offer a similar outcome. If you like touchdowns, you won’t want to miss this game.

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Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, November 25 (1:00 PM ET)

That’s right, a game involving the Cleveland Browns is one of our games of the week. Rookie Baker Mayfield is shining as the starting quarterback, which has helped the team hit a new gear. Despite not having an amazing record on paper, the team has put up a fight in every game. This AFC North rivalry game will be no different.

Andy Dalton and the Bengals are having a great year, putting up big numbers on the scoreboard and they’ll look to celebrate the holiday weekend with a home win against a division rival.

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Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings

Sunday, November 25 (8:20 PM ET)

In what should be one of the best Sunday Night Football games of the season, the Packers and Vikings will square off in Minnesota in an NFC North rematch of Week 2 (which ended in a tie, if you recall). There’s uncertainty on both sides, with the Vikings struggling on the defensive end and the Packers dealing with Aaron Rodgers’ health.

This game could easily go either way, and it’ll surely be one you’ll want to watch.

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Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans

Monday, November 26 (8:15 PM ET)

This might not sound like the most exciting Monday Night game, but it could have big implications for the Tennessee Titans. With the Titans looking like the strongest playoff candidate out of the AFC South, this rivalry game against the Houston Texans could go a long way for shaping the division.

This may be more of a defensive game, as the Titans have shown surprising prowess protecting their end of the field but don’t have a lot of offensive weapons. Still, if you like good football, watch this game.

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