Turkey Day Blowout

NFL LogoThanksgiving is a time for reflection.  A time for showing appreciation for things you are grateful for.  A time for FOOTBALL!  This year’s slate is anchored by the usual suspects, the Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys.  These Thanksgiving main-stays are joined by their opponents, the Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills plus a third game between the New Orleans Saints and the Atlanta Falcons.

The crew here at Elldee Sports have run the numbers for the Thanksgiving games and the formula has come up with some pretty confident predictions.  We have strong leans on the winners of all three matchups.  Can the Lions turn the corner after an awful defeat at the hands of the Washington Redskins or will the Bears continue to scratch and claw towards the playoffs like a wild animal backed into a corner?  Will the Cowboys return to form on a short week or will Buffalo trip the home team?  Are the Atlanta Falcons just the next team to fall victim to Drew Brees and the Saints or will they prove last week’s loss to Tampa Bay was a fluke?

Come to Elldeesports.com for a complete score prediction and the win percentage for each game per the Elldee Sports Formula.  While you are there, you can look at the NCAAF, NBA, and NCAAM predictions.  We would also like to point out that on the year so far, the NCAAM predictions are 19-0 on the Moneyline for games with an 80% or higher projection!  Until next time, good luck.

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Published by Lucas Delk

Sports enthusiast.

4 thoughts on “Turkey Day Blowout

    1. Honestly, I hope not. I don’t think he’s a bad coach and I hate to see guys fail to get a fair shake. I mean, when was the last time anybody did well with the Lions, especially when given less than 2 years! That’s the world we live in now, though. Zero patience with a win now mentality. What are your thoughts?


      1. With the Lions, the underlying issue is probably ownership, as it has been for the past several decades. My father said that at one point in the 1960s (?), the Lions sold out games with a lousy team, and the owners stopped trying after that.


      2. I am not old enough to remember that but it would not surprise me. I recall hearing a similar story about the LA Clippers. A town will support their team regardless of how good they are, look at the Cleveland Browns, and ownership will sometimes take advantage of that fact.


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