Denver at Dallas: This has the makings to be one of the best Thanksgiving day games in recent memory. The Broncos are a step behind the Colts for the class of the AFC after a 27-0 victory over the New York Jets improved their record to 8-2 and left them two games ahead in the West division. A 20-7 victory over the Detroit Lions leaves the Dallas Cowboys tied for first place in the NFC East at 7-3.
Chicago at Tampa Bay: A matchup of division leaders could be a defensive struggle. The Bears (7-3) are coming off a 13-3 victory over the Panthers in which they limited Carolina to 238 total yards. The Buccaneers (7-3) have shown they can score points when needed, including yesterday's 30-27 win against division rival Atlanta.
San Diego at Washington: For the second week in a row, the Redskins face a former coach. San Diego's Marty Schottenheimer spent one season in Washington, where he guided the Redskins to an 8-8 record before being replaced by Steve Spurrier.
New York Giants at Seattle: Another matchup of division leaders features two of the NFL's highest scoring offenses. The Giants (7-3) held off the Eagles, 27-17, and the Seahawks (8-2) did the same against the 49ers, 27-25, when San Francisco failed on a two-point conversion in the closing seconds.