NFL Thanksgiving Day grades: Cowboys, Bills earn top marks for comeback victories; Giants get a 'D'

NFL Thanksgiving Day grades: Cowboys, Bills earn top marks for comeback victories; Giants get a 'D'
NFL Thanksgiving Day grades: Cowboys, Bills earn top marks for comeback victories; Giants get a 'D'
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The NFL certainly had a strong Thanksgiving slate in store this season, which made the annual holiday games even better than most years. Five of the six teams had winning records headed into their Thanksgiving Day games, tying a league-high set in 2011 and 2014 (the NFL started having three Thanksgiving Day games in 2006). 

The combined record of the six teams playing this Thanksgiving is 39-21, and the .650 win percentage between the teams is the second-highest since the Thanksgiving schedule went to three games. The highest win percentage was .682 in 2011.

Fans were treated to a thriller in the first game of the day, as Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills held off the Detroit Lions with a last-second field goal in a back-and-forth affair that was a Thanksgiving classic. In the second game, the Dallas Cowboys

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