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DENVER - SEPTEMBER 16: A close up of the official NFL 'The Duke' game ball complete with commissioner Roger Goodell's signature as the Denver Broncos defeated the Oakland Raiders 23-20 in overtime during week two NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 16, 2007 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Thanksgiving has it all: food, drinks, more food, and, of course, football. With the coronavirus pandemic and the state of the world, things are definitely different than normal. But at least we still have three games to enjoy on the big day.

Per NBC Sports, the three games on Thanksgiving for 2020 are:

12:30 p.m.: Houston Texans at Detroit Lions, CBS

This will be the first the Lions and Texans meet on Thanksgiving since 2012. In that matchup, Texans won 34-31

4:30 p.m.: Washington Football Team at Dallas Cowboys, FOX

This will be the two teams’ 122nd matchup, where the Cowboys are ahead 73-46-2.

Sunday, 1:15 p.m.: Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers, NBC

The Ravens and Steelers were originally scheduled to play Thanksgiving night, but were forced to reschedule due to COVID-19 issues in Baltimore.

Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh is arguably the best rivalry in the game. They played each other already this year on November 1, and the Steelers won 28-24.

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