2021 NFL Thanksgiving Schedule, Odds (November 25)

  • Is this Matt Nagy’s last stand for Chicago?
  • Dallas play as per tradition, this year they face the struggling Raiders
  • Staggered kick-offs so fans can look forward to 10+ hours of football

This year’s Thanksgiving triple-header will feature the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions as has become the tradition over the years, while the late game could be a cracker between the Saints and the Bills if they have strong seasons.

Chicago Bears (3-7) vs Detroit Lions (0-9-1)


  • Where: Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
  • When: Thursday, November 25, 12:30PM ET
  • How to Watch: FOX

Bears vs Lions Vegas Odds:

Detroit put up a great fight against Cleveland in Week 11 as they only went down by three points, but it appears it’s yet another hard-luck story for the Lions as they couldn’t find a way to win. Chicago are in a similar position of losing only they keep throwing away leads late in the game, and it’s hard to see how Matt Nagy stays in charge next year unless something drastically changes. I do think the Bears will win this one and win it comfortably in the end, but you can be sure that if the Lions win then Nagy will be officially done.

Las Vegas Raiders (5-5) vs Dallas Cowboys (7-3)


  • Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
  • When: Thursday, November 25, 4:30PM ET
  • How to Watch: CBS

Raiders vs Cowboys Vegas Odds

Dallas are currently 31-21-1 in their Thanksgiving outings in the NFL, and it’s always hard to pick these ones as there have been some unexpected defeats in recent years. This time around they’re coming off a short week and a fairly resounding defeat from the Chiefs, while the offense just couldn’t get going and Dak Prescott was taking some hits. The Raiders are understandably struggling due to the sheer number of mid-season incidents they’ve had to deal with, but I see them keeping this close enough to cover.

Buffalo Bills (6-4) vs New Orleans Saints (5-5)


  • Where: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, Lousiana
  • When: Thursday, November 25, 8:20PM ET
  • How to Watch: NBC

Bills vs Saints Vegas Odds

Going into Week 11 the Bills were out in front as the Super Bowl favorites, but it’s hard to see that continuing after they were completely blown away at home against the Colts. The Saints are also struggling after Drew Brees retiring and then Jameis Winston going down, so they will need to rely on a solid defense to get anything here. The key to this game will be the run, and it may also come down to Alvin Kamara’s availability as he battles a knee injury. So far this season we’ve seen that the Bills are struggling to both run the ball and protect Josh Allen at times, while they are giving up some serious yardage on the ground. I can see Kamara and Ingram having a great day and the Saints finding a way to sneak the win to really pile the pressure on Buffalo.

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