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Thanksgiving games offer football feast

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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Remember when Thanksgiving Day games featured either dog teams or terrible mismatches? Not so this year, when five of the top 10 teams in ESPNís latest power rankings will provide a Turkey Day football feast. The slate of games begins at 11:30 in the morning with the No. 1 Packers playing at No. 10 Detroit. The 3:15 p.m. game features No. 9 Dallas, and although the opponent is 3-7 Miami, at least the Dolphins take a three-game winning streak into the holiday game in Big D. The nightcap on NFL Network at 7:20 p.m. has No. 2 San Francisco at No. 5 Baltimore in a Head Coaching Battle of the Harbaugh Brothers ó the 49ersí Jim and the Ravensí John. With so much good football on Thursday, when is anyone going to have time to eat their turkey? Here is the latest ESPN top-10 rankings: † †1. Packers 10-0 2. 49ers 9-1 3. Saints 7-3 4. Steelers 7-3 5. Ravens 7-3 6. Patriots 7-3 7. Bears 7-3 8. Texans 7-3 9. Cowboys 6-4 10. Lions 7-3

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