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The NFL is suffering a Thanksgiving hangover with Sunday's terrible games

November 27,2016 20:11

NFL fans will pay for that groaning board of Thanksgiving delights and delicious games with a Sunday slate that is a dried-out leftover turkey sandwich of a day. There is only one game — one! — in which both teams actually have winning records. That ...

By Cindy Boren November 27 at 12:20 PM Le’Veon Bell, Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger (with NBC’s Michele Tafoya) will not feast Sunday. (Michael Conroy/Associated Press) NFL fans will pay for that groaning board of Thanksgiving delights and delicious games with a Sunday slate that is a dried-out leftover turkey sandwich of a day. There is only one game — one! — in which both teams actually have winning records. That would be the matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos in the 8:30 p.m. contest, so thank your lucky stars for flex scheduling. For the rest of the day, that Seattle-Tampa Bay game is suddenly looking sexy, isn’t it? Otherwise, you’ll gorge on games featuring 4-6 and 5-5 teams (at best) and like it. Here’s how the day shapes up: Rams (4-6) at Saints (4-6) Titans (5-6) at Bears (2-8) Cardinals (4-5-1) at Falcons (6-4) Giants (7-3) at Browns (0-11) Chargers (4-6) at Texans (6-4) Jaguars (2-8) at Bills (5-5) Bengals (3-6-1) at Ravens (5-5) 49ers (1-9) at Dolphins (6-4) Seahawks (7-2-1) at Buccaneers (5-5) Patriots (8-2) at Jets (3-7) Panthers (4-6) at Raiders (8-2) Chiefs (7-3) at Broncos (7-3) Things don’t improve Monday night, either, when the Green Bay Packers (4-6) play the 5-5 Eagles in Philadelphia.

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