What You Missed From the Thanksgiving NFL Games

Happy Day-After Thanksgiving, everyone.

While you were away, downing turkey and arguing with relatives about the actual effect a foreign government can have on the American electoral system, there was some football being played.

Here’s what you missed:

Los Angeles Chargers 28, Dallas Cowboys 6

The Cowboys (5–6) are all but on to 2018. After getting blown out by the surging Chargers at home on Thanksgiving, the team will inevitably take the long weekend to reflect on what their offense looks like in a post-Ezekiel Elliott world (the offense has only scored 22 points in three games without him).

Dak Prescott threw two interceptions on Thursday, bringing his turnover tally up to five in the last two games. Before Nov. 19, 2017, Prescott had just two multiple interception games in his career. What struck me about Dallas’ offense on Sunday was how positively out of ideas they were. That doesn’t mean they aren’t trying—offensive coordinator Scott Linehan was pulling everything out of his bag Thursday—but at some point it’s difficult to pilot an offense that requires a very specific, but unavailable, component to work. Once again, the Cowboys’ top two rushers went for more than four yards per carry but an otherwise stagnant offense watched Los Angeles build up a 16-point lead over three quarters.

Meanwhile, Philip Rivers is playing video-game football again. His once-telekinetic relationship

Article source: https://www.si.com/nfl/2017/11/23/thanksgiving-nfl-games-chargers-cowboys-vikings-lions-giants-redskins

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