[Preview] Week 12 (Special Thanksgiving): celebrate your games

[Preview] Week 12 (Special Thanksgiving): celebrate your games

Three posters and six teams on deck on this special day.

Kick-off Thursday at 6:30 p.m.-
Detroit Lions (4-6) – Buffalo Bills (7-3)

Return to Detroit for the bills. After a home game in the Michigan due to snow buffalothe teammates of Josh Allen move back to Motor City. This time, they are going there to play an away match. Facing them, lions who are on their best streak in years with 3 wins in a row. Detroit had not recorded three consecutive successes since 2017. The band at Dan Campbell is still far from the playoffs in this NFC North largely dominated by Minnesota, but she finally manages to turn her good performances into victory. His victims? The Packersthem Bears and the Giants. This Thursday’s challenge will be much tougher, but it will be a way to test yourself.

Opposite, the meeting is much more at stake for buffalo. After a great start to the season and 6 wins in 7 gamesthem bills slowed down as they fell in the face of Jets and to vikings. Result, miami came back and the Dolphins even passed in front of AFC East. Each match then becomes crucial in putting pressure on the Floridians. With a short week for both teams, several players are expected to be unavailable. Greg Rousseau (ankle) and Tremaine Edmunds (adductors) are officially absent while Mitch Morse, the center, is uncertain. In front, Detroit will have to do without Jeff Okudah (concussion), Jonah Jackson (concussion) and Evan Brown (ankle).

Kick-off Thursday at 10:30 p.m.
Dallas Cowboys (7-3) – New York Giants (7-3)

The only division duel this Thursday will be played in the second part of the evening at dallas. After two consecutive trips, the Cowboys find their lair. A stadium where only the Buccaneers came to win at the start of the season (19-3). A setback in the first week followed by 4 victories in stride (bengals, Commanders, lions and Bears). This Thursday, the Giants will make the trip for the second meeting of the season between these two teams. The first was played at New York and the men of Mike McCarthy had imposed themselves 23-16 at the end of a well controlled match. For a long time, it was the only defeat of the Giants.

Since, New York is (a little) back in line. To the point where the dynamics will be rather opposite during this Thanksgiving. The Giants remain on two defeats in the last three games. Conversely, dallas may be coming off his best performance of the season. A lesson given to vikings from both sides of the field. However, as we know, division duels are always special in NFL. What’s more in NFC East. The winner of this meeting will in any case be full of confidence.

Kick-off Thursday night to Friday at 2:20 a.m.
Minnesota Vikings (8-2) – New England Patriots (6-4)

The last match of the evening will be played at Minnesota. In prime timethem vikings welcome New England. The opportunity to attend a new match between Bill Belichick and one of his… former players: Kevin O’Connell. The new coach of Minnesota was even drafted by New England in 2008. And if he didn’t stay there long, he was still able to learn and gain experience with BB. A method that could especially serve him this week. Especially since the technician of the vikings now has a big challenge ahead of it: to restore confidence in a team that has completely gone through its meeting against dallas. There is no fire Minneapolisbut it is important to see how this team can react after a slap.

To do this, you will have to defeat a team of Patriots who has made a specialty of playing spoilsports. If the attack of New England is far from efficient and consistent, the defense has established itself as one of the best in the league. The defensive squad Massachusetts will she be able to make life hard for Kirk Cousins ? This is the key question of this part. Last week, Micah Parsons feasted against an offensive line that went through. This Thursday, Matthew Judonthe best bagger of NFL (13), will face them. The result of this meeting depends a lot on this duel.

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