Gobble Gobble ... It's Thanksgiving GAME DAY!

Poll: Gobble Gobble ... It's Thanksgiving GAME DAY!

We're thankful for THREE awesome football games today. How about you?

Be sure to thank your loved-ones for being there for you. Go ahead, give 'em a big hug.

After you've done that, don't forget to set your Fantasy Football line-up and make your Pick 'Em picks. Did we mention that there are THREE NFL games today???

Once that's done, we recommend (if it's not too cold out) that you grab a sister, brother, parent, aunt, uncle, cousin, and/or friend and go outside and play some football. It's tradition, you know.

Then settle-in for a great day of family, food, fun and NFL football.


Did You See that Catch? Don't Miss the Top 5 of the Week

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry made an leaping grab on a tipped pass for a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olson had a one handed catch. Who did it better?

Did you have another favorite play?

Can't-Miss Play: Patterson Scoops and Scores

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson muffs the kick and then bolts down the field to return it for a 93-yard touchdown. Whoa!

Can't-Miss: Landry Scores a Lucky Play

Watch Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill have his pass get deflected while wide receiver Jarvis Landry gets the lucky ricochet.

Can't-Miss Play: Gurley Hurdles Over a Bears Defender

St. Louis Rams rookie running back Todd Gurley hurdles over a Bears defender for a 31-yard pickup.

Photo Gallery - Hall of Fame: Steelers vs Vikings

Great photos from the Hall of Fame Game between the Vikings and the Steelers

Photos - Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots vs Seahawks


Photos - Conference: Colts vs Patriots


Seahawks Are Super Bowl Bound!

Poll: Packers Are Super Bowl Bound!

Sunday, January 18th

NFC Championship Game

Seattle Seahawks 28 - Green Bay Packers 22 (OT)
WOW! What an incredible game!  In a comeback for the ages, the Seattle Seahawks beat the Packers in OT to punch their ticket to the Super Bowl for the second year in a row.

Aside from the strong running of Marshawn Lynch (23 fantasy points) the Seahawks offense had no way to answer the stout Packers defense (18 fantasy points). The Seahawks started their comeback by executing an amazing fake field goal to score their first TD.  That left them looking at a 7-19 deficit.

It was late in the fourth quarter when Russell Wilson (14 fantasy points) rallied Seattle for two TDs in the final two minutes of the game to give the Seahawks their first lead of the game. After the Packers sent it into OT, Wilson directed the team down the field and then connected with Jermaine Kearse (9 fantasy points) for the 35-yard game winner.

The Green Bay defense forced five turnovers, and Aaron Rodgers (5 fantasy points) connected with Randall Cobb (10 fantasy points) on a TD pass to the give the Packers a 13-0 lead. From that point until near the very end, they dominated the game on the ground and in the air ... but settling for five FGs came back to haunt them.

Photos - Conference: Packers vs Seahawks


Photos - Divisional: Colts vs Broncos


Photos - Divisional: Cowboys vs Packers


Photos - Divisional: Panthers vs Seahawks


Photos - Divisional: Ravens vs Patriots


Photos - Wild Card Games: Lions vs Cowboys


Photos - Wild Card Games: Bengals vs Colts


Photos - Wild Card Games: Ravens vs Steelers


Photos - Wild Card Games: Cardinals vs Panthers


Photos - Week 17: Bengals vs Steelers


Photos - Week 17: Cardinals vs 49ers