By: 3GuysTalkStuff | Nov 24th 2016 | 12:15PM (EST)
So here we are folks, another week gone, and this week comes with a side of Cranberry Sauce! Glad you were able to get away from your un-wanted attention from family/friends and start your NFL week off right with us. This week we are gifted a few early games on Thanksgiving Thursday. A few familiar faces like Lions, Cowboys, and Skins, Oh my!
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Before we kick off another awesome week of football, let’s look back at last week and see how the 3Guys did:
Jeremy: NY Giants (-7) at Cleveland:
G-Men are on a roll and starting to look like a dangerous team come playoff time. The hopeless Browns are staring at an 0-16 season unless some major injuries happen to the teams they play going forward. I’m hoping for once the Giants start off strong and get an early double digit lead so they can focus on running the ball effectively. Something they will need going down the stretch. Lock this one up boys and girls. Giants 31 Browns 13. Now sit back, relax, and watch football all day. Happy Thanksgiving!!
Jose: Minnesota (+2.5) @ Detroit:
So nothing against the Lions and their efforts on Thanksgiving Football… I just believe that these Vikings are striving to get back to their winning ways. Reports have Diggs out, but that will open up for Charles Johnson to show his abilities on the field. Detroit has a more to loose here and that will catch up. Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
Zac: Pittsburgh (+8) vs Indianapolis
Three games on Thanksgiving is such a treat paired with friends, family, and of course all the food you can eat. The last game of the night will end with Pittsburgh playing against a Andrew Luck-less (get it) Colts team. Luck is battling a concussion from last Sunday and is still in concussion protocol which means Scott Tolzien will command an offense that ranks 14th in the NFL. Pittsburgh may be 1-4 in their last 5 games, but that 1 win came this past Sunday where the Steelers regained some momentum with a convincing 24-9 win over the Browns. I still expect the Colts to come out throwing the ball to their weapons but in the end, the Steelers will pull away with this win.