With Baltimore-Pittsburgh postponed until Sunday, there are only two games on Thanksgiving this year, and they feature four pretty lousy teams.
First, we get Houston (3-7) at Detroit (4-6). Our playoff odds give the teams a combined chance of less than 5% to make the postseason, so why should you watch? Well, there's always the chance Deshaun Watson will do something amazing. Plus, hey, another loss for the Lions could finally mean the end of the Matt Patricia era.
The second game pits Washington (3-7) against Dallas (3-7), and there's actually very good reason to watch that one: the winner will temporarily move into a tie for first place in the NFC East, and they could be alone atop the division once the weekend is done, pending the Giants-Bengals game on Sunday and Seahawks-Eagles on Monday night.
Use this thread to discuss them both.