What We Saw: Thanksgiving Edition

Gobble Gobble!

Happy Thanksgiving! We hope everyone enjoyed a day with family, friends, or even just alone watching football if that’s what fits your fancy. I think we’re all thankful that we weren’t forced to endure a Tim Boyle-led offense for Detroit as we were instead gifted a start by Jared Goff. Goff didn’t do anything spectacular, but he was good enough to give the Lions a chance to win the game, which their defense, unfortunately, could not hold.

In the afternoon slot, we were lucky to watch a shootout between the Raiders and Cowboys which resulted in a surprising overtime victory for Las Vegas. Dallas’ offense isn’t quite the same without Amari Cooper or CeeDee Lamb, but they still very nearly pulled it out against a sneaky good Raiders team that is still in the mix for a playoff spot in the AFC. Keep an eye on Darren Waller‘s status as he may miss some time with a knee injury that resulted in him leaving the game early.

Finally, Josh Allen showed up to deliver a four TD game against a helpless Saints team that is struggling to keep their heads above water with Trevor Siemian at QB. This game was a blowout from the beginning and I probably wasn’t the only one that fell asleep at halftime after my third round of turkey and stuffing.

Read on for our recaps of all three games!

 

Photo by Steven King/Icon Sportswire | Adapted by Justin Paradis (@JustParaDesigns on Twitter)

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