NFL Thanksgiving Game Schedule, Broadcast and Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch

Thanksgiving Day is approaching; It is of course a day for food, family and football. Even more than turkey and stuffing, NFL games on Thanksgiving Day are a tradition in the United States.

For football fans, Thanksgiving is one of the most beautiful days of the year. With the exception of a five-year hiatus caused by World War II, it has been held every year since it began 88 years ago in 1934.

For the past 17 seasons, the NFL has scheduled a third prime-time game for Thanksgiving Day. The Patriots and Vikings will face off in a flagship game, and of course the Lions and Cowboys will also be able to carry on the Thanksgiving tradition.

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NFL schedule for Thanksgiving Day 2022

Buffalo Bills vs. Detroit Lions:

Venue: Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan

Date: Thursday, November 24th

Start time: 12:30 p.m

TV station: CBS

New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys:

Venue: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas

Date: Thursday, November 24th

Start time: 4:30 p.m

TV station: Fox

New England Patriots vs. Minnesota Vikings

Venue: US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Date: Thursday, November 24th

Start time: 8:20 p.m. ET; Live coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET with Football Night In America

TV channel: NBC

Stream Live: Watch live on Peacock or with the NBC Sports app

Thanksgiving football is most commonly associated with the Lions and Cowboys since the tradition actually began with them. The game’s creator, George A. Richards, created it in 1934 to increase attendance, and it was successful.

In 1966, the Cowboys took part in the holiday game for the first time. They have continued to do so except for a brief suspension by the NFL.

In 2022 this custom will be continued. Will the Lions and Cowboys end their losing streak this holiday season by defeating the Bills and Giants? Only time can tell.

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