NFL: How to Watch the Bills at Lions, Giants at Cowboys and Patriots at Vikings Thursday (11-24-22) | TV, streams and times

Nothing goes better than football and Turkey.

And so NFL fans can sit back and enjoy three big NFL games on Thanksgiving Day before, during and after eating their turkey and all the trimmings on Thursday (November 24, 2022).

The action kicks off at 12:30 PM ET when the Detroit Lions host the Buffalo Bills on CBS. Next up is the New York Giants at the Dallas Cowboys at 4:30 p.m. ET on Fox. Then at 8:20 PM ET, it’s the New England Patriots playing the host Minnesota Vikings on NBC at 8:20 PM ET.

No cable? No problem, because you can watch all the games on Philo TV and DirecTV Stream, two live streaming services that offer all the networks your local cable company carries.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (AP) — The New York Giants face adversity for the first time this season as they head to Dallas to take on the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.

Not only did the Giants (7-3) suffer an unexpected one-sided loss to the 4-win Detroit Lions, they are also devastated after playing their worst game of the season.

In previous losses to the Cowboys (7-3) on September 26 and the Seattle Seahawks (6-4), Brian Daboll’s team was tied early in the fourth inning and had a chance to win.

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That was not the case on Sunday. New York trailed 24-6 going into the final quarter and never threatened in a game where it turned over the ball three times.

Lions rookie Aidan Hutchinson intercepted Daniel Jones and later recovered Isaiah Hodgins’ fumble to yield 14 points.

The Giants lost rookie receiver Wan’Dale Robinson to a torn ACL for the season and four other starters left the game with a variety of injuries that make their status uncertain for Thursday.

Facing the Cowboys is never fun. They have won 10 of the past 11 against the Giants and they destroyed the Vikings (8-2) in Minnesota on Sunday.

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“We’re not about apologies — we never will be,” Daboll said Monday. “We have people in our squad who are ready to play. And that’s our job as coaching staff to get these guys ready to play.

“Again, you’re always going to have a setback — whether it’s in a game, whether it’s in a season. We’ve been talking about that since April. I don’t think you suddenly talk about that. You have to learn it, and you have to try to learn from it.”

This next game could determine whether the Giants are able to continue what has been a surprise run-up to the playoffs thus far.

WHAT WORKS

Despite the two interceptions, Jones showed promise in the loss. There were questions about whether the Giants could win a game where Jones had to throw and score a lot of runs.

Jones finished with season highs of 27 of 44 for 341 yards. He also threw a touchdown and ran for another, finishing with a team-high 50-yard rush. The Giants gained 413 yards.

If the Giants can run the football and not make a turnover, they have a chance.

WHAT NEEDS HELP

Choose a phase of the game. They all do. The attack generated little until the game spiraled out of control. The defense didn’t stop the run, missing tackles and giving up four red zone scores in giving up a season-high 31 points.

Kicker Graham Gano missed two extra points—one was blocked—and punter Jamie Gillan had a 25-yard kick off his 43. The Lions then went 68 yards in seven plays for a 17–6 halftime lead. A bad kickoff set up another TD to open the second half.

STOCK OUT

Kenny Golladay. The $72 million receiver caught two passes for 29 yards. It matched his total for the season. He was on the bench in the second half of last week’s win over Houston. The crowd was stunned after his first catch, then roared with joy when they realized No. 19 had caught a pass.

STOCK DOWN

Shane Lemieux. The left guard was in action for the first time since September 12, 2021 with Ben Bredeson on injured reserve and rookie Josh Ezeudu battling a neck injury. Lemieux sniffed on a block against Alim McNeill in the opening series, leading to a sack. He was replaced by Ezeudu after the break.

INJURIES

Rookie WR Wan’Dale Robinson lost late in a game where he had nine catches for 100 yards, both career highs. Daboll had no medical updates on C Jon Feliciano (neck), RT Tire Phillips (neck), CB Adoree Jackson (knee), CB Fabian Moreau (ribs) and S Jason Pinnock (jaw).

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