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What a day of football the NFL served up with Thursday's Thanksgiving tripleheader - and hopefully you've broken your tryptophan coma to enjoy all three games in their entirety.
The Buffalo Bills defeated the Detroit Lions 28-25 with a last-second field goal, the Dallas Cowboys ended a season win over the New York Giants with a 28-20 decision that wasn't as close as the final score suggests, and The Minnesota Vikings bounced back — four days after being embarrassed 40-3 at home by Dallas — with a 33-26 triumph over the New England Patriots. It was the first time since 1926 that Turkey Day had three games, all ending by a point.
But apart from the quality of the competitions and the results on the scoreboard, like so many Thanksgiving teams, Thursday featured more winners and losers.
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Let's get in:
Micah Parsons: The legend continues to grow. The Cowboys pass-rusher extraordinaire grabbed another pair of sacks on Thursday, his ninth multi-sack game of his career, tying him with Aldon Smith most in a player's first two seasons. Parsons also joined Smith and Hall of Famer Reggie White as the only player to have at least a dozen QB takedowns in each of his first two seasons since the stat became official in 1982. Parsons appears to be on the very short list for the 2022 defensive player of the year honors.
Josh Allen: Buffalo's quarterback is barely 100% as he continues to recover from the UCL injury on that throwing elbow -- and it was evident at times in a day when he completed just 24 of 42 passes (for 253 yards, 2 TDs , INT passports). plus a Rush TD). But Allen was at his best in the last 30 seconds, just when the Bills needed him. When the game was tied after a Lions field goal 25-25, he fired a ball 36 yards down the middle to WR Stefon Diggs. Allen ran the ball himself for 12 yards over the next two games, giving K Tyler Bass just enough space to sneak a crucial 45-yard field goal into the left post with two seconds left. By the end of the day, Buffalo was back at the top of the AFC East, thanks in large part to the efforts of their leader.
New York Jets: Despite all the adversity they must navigate after being swept by the Patriots and subsequently keeping second-year QB Zach Wilson down, New England's loss to Minnesota elevates New York back into prospect as a third wild card AFC playoff field. The Pats get out – for the time being.
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