Watch the best plays from the Week 12 Thanksgiving Day matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and the Detroit Lions.
Case Keenum threw for two touchdowns and ran for a score all in the first half.

Vikings  30

Lions 23
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Friends, family, food... and FOOTBALL!

Happy Thanksgiving!



That is something to celebrate!

Check out some of the best touchdown celebrations from Week 11!

The Thanksgiving NFL games have been a tripleheader for the past 12 years.

The Cowboys are about to play their 50th Thanksgiving Day game since 1966!

(Butch Jones, pictured. Legend)

goeaglesphi just scored 161,800 points in Frankfurter Fling 2!
Extra! Extra!

Throwback Thursday Thanksgiving Edition!

Tom Brady hits Terry Glenn for his very first NFL touchdown pass.

Drum roll, please! 

(drumsticks, yum!)


Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones returns a kickoff 73 yards and has to avoid Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin in the process!!

Cast Your Vote!

Will the Saints and the Eagles play each other for the NFC championship?

With that TD pass to Marvin Jones Jr., Matthew Stafford now has the most career passing yards on Thanksgiving Day since the 1970 merger.

At the half:

Vikings 20

Lions 10

Pass the potatoes! 

Case Keenum has now thrown 6 TD passes in his last 9 quarters. 

He had 6 TD passes in his first 6 starts this season combined.

Football is a difficult sport, even for referees, but the coin toss is suppose to be the easy part. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case for Phil Luckett on Thankgiving Day in 1998.


The three Thanksgiving games being played today are inside stadiums with a combined capacity of over 230,000 and will be aired to millions across the country and around the world!!!

Leon Lett's famous moment on Thanksgiving against the Miami Dolphins rolls in at number 2 on our list.
Football all day, yay!

Keeping our Super Bowl LII hopes alive.

Every team still has a chance to make the playoffs!

Now, THAT is something to be thankful for!

In 1934, the Detroit Lions and the defending world champion Chicago Bears squared off on Thanksgiving in the first NFL game nationally broadcast, with NBC radio on the call.

The return of the celebration! 

It has been so fun watching all the creative dances this season!

On Thanksgiving in 1925, a crowd of 36,000 – then the largest in professional football history – watched the Chicago Bears play the Chicago Cardinals to a scoreless tie at Wrigley Field.

Thanksgiving is the best holiday.





More food.

More football!


Tom Brady was thrilled with the amount of New England Patriots fans that showed up to their Mexico game. Those are some dedicated fans! 

Happy Thanksgiving from NFL RUSH! 

We are so thankful you guys share your love of all things NFL with us!

What are you thankful for?

Tomorrow morning...