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The leaves have fallen, and the temperatures have dropped, signaling that it is once again time for some Thanksgiving NFL action. This year’s Turkey Day brings us three games with playoff implications in the NFC North, East, and West.
Below, we will break down everything you need to know heading into Thursday’s action. We will share who will be playing, where to wager on the games, and how to watch all three of these highly anticipated matchups.
This year’s Thanksgiving schedule only contains teams from the NFC. We have three matchups that will provide you with NFL action throughout the holiday.
The first matchup comes between NFC North rivals, the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. The tables have turned in this rivalry, with the Lions entering as a large favorite to win. This is a monster game for the Packers, who are suddenly on the outskirts of the playoff picture. A win on Thursday would get them a step closer to a stunning playoff appearance, though that is easier said than done, given how good the Lions are.
The next game features the Washington Commanders traveling west to take on an NFC East rival, the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas is a heavy home favorite due to their impressive play in 2023. They rank in the top ten in most offensive and defensive categories, making them very hard to beat. The Commanders’ offense can be deadly, but a porous defense has led them to a 4-7 record.
Our final game is an NFC West matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers. Seattle is just a game behind San Francisco in the division, making Thursday night’s game crucial in determining who will come out on top.
|Packers @ Lions||Thursday, November 23 at 12:30 PM||Ford Field in Detroit, MI|
|Commanders @ Cowboys||Thursday, November 23 at 4:30 PM||AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX|
|49ers @ Seahawks||Thursday, November 23 at 8:20 PM||Lumen Field in Seattle, WA|
If you are looking to get in on some Thanksgiving NFL action, we have you covered. There are dozens of online sportsbooks nationwide to choose from when betting on football, but picking the right one can be overwhelming. Below, we will share a few of our favorites to give you easy and reliable options to be on these three-holiday games.
There are many reasons to use DraftKings, and their current welcome bonus is a big one. DraftKings is currently awarding new players up to $150 in bonus bets when they make an initial wager of at least $5. On top of that, they are also providing new players with daily No Sweat Same-Game Parlay Tokens. When placing an SGP using one of the tokens, you will be refunded up to $5 of your original stake if the wager loses. Both offers allow new players to build their bankroll, quickly making DraftKings a fantastic option.
FanDuel has become the most popular online sportsbook in the US, and for good reason. They have one of the best platforms in the industry, a plethora of baking methods available, competitive odds, and some of the best promotions. FanDuel is currently offering new users up to $150 in bonus bets if their initial moneyline bet wins. That means you will receive bonus funds and the wager payout, getting you started on a winning note.
FanDuel is celebrating Thanksgiving by adding some juice to their “Refer-a-Friend” program. If someone signs up for FanDuel using your invite link, both of you will receive $150 in bonus bets.
The MGM brand has parlayed its success in Las Vegas and Atlantic City into becoming one of the largest online sportsbooks in the country. BetMGM brings the experience of a sports betting giant in an app that captures the feel of their Las Vegas resort. They are currently offering one of the best welcome offers in the industry. New players looking to bet big on Thanksgiving football will have their wager refunded if it loses. The refund will come in the form of bonus bets, which can be used to wager on other games on the sportsbook, meaning your new account will get a boost regardless of the result of your initial bet.
All three Thanksgiving games will be available nationally on cable and through streaming services. Below is where you can tune in to watch each of Thursday’s NFL games.
|Packers @ Lions||12:30 PM EST||FOX||YouTube TV|
|Commanders @ Cowboys||4:30 PM EST||CBS||Paramount+, YouTube TV|
|49ers @ Seahawks||8:20 PM EST||NBC||Peacock, YouTube TV|
Michael is an avid sports fan and a veteran bettor from Milwaukee. He learned the trade from his grandfather in Las Vegas as a kid and has turned that into a successful career. He cheers for all Wisconsin pro teams along with his Alma Mater Arizona State. He specializes in baseball betting, but has experience in football, basketball, and hockey as well. When he isn’t pouring over stats, he’s spending time with his two young children.More info on Michael Savio
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