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Week 12 of the NFL features a three-game slate on Thanksgiving Day, and we’ve got you covered with all the action!

Currently, the Dallas Cowboys are playing host to the Washington Commanders in an NFC East tilt.

Kicking things off on FOX, the NFC North took center stage when Jordan Love and the Green Bay Packers went on the road and upset Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions, 29-22.

Later, the San Francisco 49ers will face the Seattle Seahawks in an NFC West matchup on Thursday Night Football (8:20 p.m. ET).

Here are the top moments!

Washington Commanders at Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys come up big

Dallas put a halt to Washington’s promising opening possession when its pass rush got to QB Sam Howell on first-and-10 from around midfield, with three Cowboys defenders converging around the Commanders quarterback.┬á

Jonathan Hankins ended up getting credit for the sack on the play, but a couple of his teammates were also in the area to bring the Commanders quarterback down, if need be.


Backed up at their own 5-yard line, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw a strike down the field to tight end Jake Ferguson for a 35-yard pickup.

Dallas strikes first

Ten plays after the chunk pass to Ferguson, Prescott got the ball out to running back Rico Dowdle, who scampered into the end zone for a 15-yard score. Dallas led 7-0 with 46 seconds remaining in the first quarter.

Markquese Bell injured

The Cowboys linebacker went down with an injury early in the second quarter.

Stay tuned for updates!

Green Bay Packers 29, Detroit Lions 22 

Bombs away!

The Packers didn’t waste any time moving the ball downfield. On the first play from scrimmage, Love connected with WR Christian Watson on a deep ball for a 53-yard gain, moving the Packers into Lions territory with ease.

In the blink of an eye

The Packers capped off their opening drive with Love throwing a 10-yard touchdown pass to Jayden Reed to go up 7-0.

Answering back

The Lions also wasted no time moving the ball down the field on their first possession. Goff connected with rookie tight end Sam LaPorta for a pair of big plays, first hitting him in stride for a 31-yard gain to move Detroit into the red zone. 

Two plays later, Goff found LaPorta over the middle for a 7-yard score, making it a one-point game after the Lions missed the extra-point attempt.

Ordering Kraft on Thanksgiving

The Packers brushed aside the Lions’ response to their opening drive by scoring again on the ensuing drive.

Love led the Packers on a 10-play, 75-yard drive that ended with him connecting with tight end Tucker Kraft for a 9-yard touchdown pass off a play-action to make it 14-6 late in the first quarter.


The scoring streak continued at Ford Field, but it wasn’t Detroit’s offense that put points on the board.

Instead, it was the Packers’ defense that found its way into the end zone. On second-and-12, Packers linebacker Rashan Gary hit Goff as he wound up to pass, forcing a fumble that bounced to Jonathan Owens. The safety, who some might know as Olympic gymnast Simone Biles’ husband, scooped the ball up and ran 27 yards for the score and a 20-6 lead.

Packers’ Jonathan Owens recovers fumble and returns it for TD vs. Lions

Packers' Jonathan Owens recovers fumble and returns it for TD vs. Lions

Defense dominating

The Lions coughed up the ball once again after Green Bay’s scoop-and-score touchdown.┬á

Goff’s third-down scramble resulted in disaster for Detroit, with Karl Brooks knocking the ball out of his hands and coming up with the recovery to give Green Bay prime field position.

Clearing the defender 

AJ Dillon turned a routine reception into a highlight play when he hurdled a Lions defender, getting a 22-yard reception to move the Packers down the field, which set them up for a field goal to take a 23-6 lead headed into halftime.

Jack Harlow performs at halftime ÔÇö and tries to rally Detroit crowd

The Grammy-nominated rapper took the field at halftime for a performance of some of his hit songs.

Harlow told the home fans that the game was “not over” despite the Lions trailing by 17 points.

Montgomery makes his way in

David Montgomery punctuated the Lions’ opening drive of the second half with a 6-yard touchdown run, powering through Packers defenders to get the score. He ran in for the two-point conversion on the ensuing play, making it 23-14.

Amon-Ra St. Muscle

Amon-Ra St. Brown put in the extra work to come up with a reception in the middle of the third quarter when he won a battle with Packers defensive back Carrington Valentine for the ball, coming up with a crucial first down.

Packers won’t be fooled

The Lions opted to try a fake punt on fourth-and-4 from their own 23-yard line in the middle of the fourth quarter. It didn’t go well as the Packers snuffed it out and got a tackle for loss, giving them prime field position to add to their lead.

Packers pile onto their lead

Green Bay took advantage of its great field position, scoring on its fourth play of the drive when Love hit Watson in the end zone for a 16-yard score. The touchdown gave the Packers a 29-14 third-quarter lead late, putting the Lions on the ropes.

Getting the stop

The Packers were able to keep the Lions out of the end zone and keep it a two-score game when they forced Goff’s pass incomplete on fourth-and-7 from the 12-yard line.

Showing off the legs

Love kept a key drive for the Packers going late in the fourth quarter when he took off for a 37-yard run ÔÇö the longest rush of his career ÔÇö on third-and-1 to keep the clock moving.

Lions hanging in there

Detroit was able to make it a one-score game with 41 seconds left when Josh Reynolds made a tough grab in the end zone to come up with the 12-yard touchdown reception. 

The Lions converted the ensuing two-point conversion, making it a 29-22 game, and things ended there.

Coming up:

San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks (8:20 p.m. ET)

San Francisco 49ers


Seattle Seahawks


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