It’s Black Friday eve… it’s also Thanksgiving Day. That means overeating, trying to avoid your Aunt Catherine’s fruit cake (that stuff is really bad… in fact, it’s so bad even Satan won’t touch it!) and listen to your brother in law’s bad jokes. It’s also NFL football and it’s the start of week 13 in the 2014 season.

The powers that be have given fans three football games in one day. That means you have one during dinner (if you eat early), one for seconds and one for that late night snack. Three games. One day and two of those games involve teams that have been doing Turkey Day football for a long time (Dallas and Detroit get to stay at home, while the 49ers will play their second Thanksgiving contest in two years).

It’s a short week for these six teams that will take the field Thursday. If you’re a football fan, you can’t go wrong. It’s like someone just gave you the best turkey leg. EVER.

Some numbers to chew on while you’re chewing on that German Chocolate Cake that your niece Sarah made (she can really cook and she’s going to make a fine wife for someone if she wants to go that route)…

Week 13 will feature a Thanksgiving tripleheader for the ninth consecutive season. Traditional competitors Detroit and Dallas will host games during the day followed by a primetime nightcap on NBC between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers.

The Lions will play their 75th Thanksgiving Day game dating back to 1934, while the Cowboys will play in their 47th since 1966. The Bears will play in their 33rd game on Thanksgiving Day, while the Eagles, 49ers and Seahawks will play in their sixth, fifth and fourth games, respectively.

The Thanksgiving Day records of the teams playing this Thursday:

TEAM (WON-LOST-TIED, WINNING PCT.)
Chicago Bears (16-14-2, .533)
Dallas Cowboys (29-16-1, .644)
Detroit Lions (34-38-2, .472)
Philadelphia Eagles (5-0-0, 1.000)
San Francisco 49ers (2-1-1, 667)
Seattle Seahawks (1-2-0, 333)

Note: tie games prior to 1972 do not count in winning percentage

The players with the most career touchdown catches on Thanksgiving:
PLAYER, TEAM (GAMES, TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS)
Cloyce Box, Detroit (5, 7)
Michael Irvin, Dallas (10, 6) *
Calvin Johnson, Detroit (7, 6)
Many tied with 5
*Pro Football Hall of Famer

The most career passing yards and touchdown passes on Thanksgiving Day:
PLAYER, TEAM (GAMES-YARDS)
Troy Aikman, Dallas (10-2,174)*
Tony Romo, Dallas (8-2,033)
Danny White, Dallas (10-1,545)
Bart Starr, Green Bay (8-1,345)*
Bobby Layne, Detroit (8-1,319)*
*Pro Football Hall of Famer

TOUCHDOWN PASSES
PLAYER, TEAM (GAMES-TOUCHDOWN PASSES)
Tony Romo, Dallas (8-18)
Bobby Layne, Detroit (8-14)*
Danny White, Dallas (10-14)
Troy Aikman, Dallas (10-11)*
Brett Favre, Green Bay (4-11)
*Pro Football Hall of Famer

Tight end Jason Witten, who will play in his 12th Thanksgiving Day game this week, is currently the all-time leader on Thanksgiving with 65 catches. His 732 receiving yards trails only Herman Moore (834) for the most all-time on Thanksgiving.

The most career receiving yards on Thanksgiving Day:
PLAYER, TEAM (GAMES-RECEIVING YARDS)
Herman Moore, Detroit (10-834)
Jason Witten, Dallas (11-732)
Michael Irvin, Dallas (10-722)*
Tony Hill, Dallas (9-622)
Drew Pearson, Dallas (8-551)
*Pro Football Hall of Famer

The active franchises with the highest winning percentage on Thanksgiving Day (minimum five games):
TEAM (WON-LOST-TIED, WINNING PCT.)
Philadelphia Eagles (5-0-0, 1.000)
Minnesota Vikings (5-1-0, 833)
Tennessee Titans (5-2-0, 714)
Miami Dolphins (5-2-0, 714)
Dallas Cowboys (29-16-1, 644)
Note: tie games prior to 1972 do not count in winning percentage

Wear your strechy pants and don’t overdo. Mind your manners, pass the mashed potatoes and get ready for some football. Here are Thursday’s games to start week 13.

Chicago (5-6) at Detroit (7-3), 12:30 p.m. (CBS) Ford Field. Tradition and the NFC North meets Thursday afternoon in the Motor City as the Lions host Chicago at Ford Field in the first of three NFL games on Thanksgiving.

Chicago pulled to within one game of the .500 mark with their 21-13 win over Tampa Bay in the Windy City. Da Bears erased a 10-0 halftime deficit at Soldier Field by outscoring the Bucs 21-3 in the second half. The Monsters of the Midway outrushed Tampa Bay 92-66, while sacking Josh McCown five times and picked him off twice (Chicago forced four turnovers in the 8-point win). Despite being sacked three times, Cutler managed to throw for 130 yards and a TD without an interception in the win. Da Bears were 4-16 on third down tries and kept the ball for 29:50, while Tampa Bay was 7-17 and 0-1 on third and fourth downs, holding the pigskin for 30:10. Running back Matt Forte rushed for 89 yards with two touchdowns and had five catches for 23 yards in the victory. Forté has 822 rushing yards and 72 catches this year, his seventh consecutive season with at least 800 rushing yards and 40 receptions. He joined La Danian Tomlinon as the only players in NFL history to start a career with seven seasons in a row with at least 800 rushing yards and 40 catches.

“We’ll take the win but we have a lot to work on,” Bears head coach Marc Trestman told the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times and WGN-TV. “We are excited to move forward to Thursday and a Thanksgiving game at Detroit.”

The Lions traveled to Foxboro and it was not a good Weekend in New England (apologies to Barry Manilow!) as they were held to three Matt Prater field goals to lose 34-9 to Tom Brady and the Patriots.

“I think it is good we have a short week,” Stafford told the Detroit Free Press. “We have a chance to go out and play again on Thursday against a familiar opponent and on a national stage.” Detroit barely outrushed New England 91-90 in the contest and Brady outpassed Matthew Stafford 349-264 in the win (Brady also threw a pair of TDs in the contest to WR Tim Wright). Detroit was 5-17 and 2-3 on third and fourth down tries, keeping the ball for 30:11, while New England was 6-14 and 1-1 on third and fourth downs, holding the ball for 29:49.

Chicago aims for a third consecutive victory following a 21-13 win against Tampa Bay. The Bears overcame a 10-0 third-quarter deficit en route to the win, while Detroit enters Week 13 following a 34-9 loss at New England.

Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford passed for 264 yards in the game, including completing four passes for 97 yards to wide receiver Golden Tate, who reached 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in his career. Tate, who has 1,047 receiving yards this season, is the first Lions wide receiver other than Calvin Johnson to amass 1,000 receiving yards in a season since Roy Williams (1,310) and Mike Furrey (1,086) accomplished the feat in 2006.

Detroit hosts Chicago on Thanksgiving for the first time since 1999 and Stafford has passed for 771 yards and five touchdowns in his past two games on Thanksgiving. Johnson aims for his sixth game in row on Thanksgiving with a touchdown catch. Johnson is currently tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin (six) for the second-most all-time career touchdown receptions on Thanksgiving. With a touchdown catch this Thursday, Johnson would tie Cloyce Box (seven) for the most receiving touchdowns on Thanksgiving in NFL history.

Chicago leads the series with their NFC North rivals 96-67-5, which includes contests when the Lions were in Portsmouth and known as the Spartans and Da Bears played their home games at Wrigley Field and at the University of Illinois-Champaign and have outscored the Lions 3,256-2,956. Detroit, however, has won the last two meetings, including a sweep of last year’s series in Chicago and Detroit (Chicago’s last win in the series came in 2012, when they took a 26-24 win in the Motor City to sweep that series that year).

In the first meeting in week four in the Motor City, the Lions led 30-13 at the half and held off Da Bears 40-32. Lions RB Reggie Bush ran for 139 of Detroit’s 159 yards in (the contest (Chicago ran for 131, with Matt Forte tallying 95 of them) and Detroit sacked Jay Cutler three times and picked him off three times. The Lions, who forced three Chicago turnovers, went 2-10 on third down tries and held the ball for 31:49, while Chicago was dismal on third down tries, going 1-13 but was perfect on fourth down, going 2-2 and kept the ball for 28:11.

The Lions completed the sweep in the Windy City in 2013, needing to hold off a late Chicago rally to take a 21-19 week 10 win at Soldier Field. Tied at 7-7 at the half, Detroit took the lead for keeps when Calvin Johnson and Stafford (who had three TD passes) connected on a 4-yard TD pass in the third quarter and then held Da Bears off after Brandon Marshall scored on a 11-yard pass from Josh McCown with 40 seconds left. Bush again was the rushing star, running for 105 of Detroit’s 145, while Chicago was held to 38 yards on the ground. Both teams did a little better on third and fourth down tries in the second contest but still failed to breach the 50 percent mark (Detroit 5-12, 0-1; Chicago 7-17, 1-2) and the clock favored Chicago at 31:35, while Detroit kept the ball for 28:25.

Detroit covered the 3 point spread in the Motor City in the week four contest and the 72 combined points allowed the 47 1/2 over/under to be covered with ease (not your cousin Kimmie’s gravy. That stuff’s so toxic it could be used for lighter fluid!). In taking the sweep in week 10 in the Windy City, Detroit did win but barely missed the 2 1/2 point spread, winning by 2 and both clubs missed the 52 1/2 over/under (which is like missing your sister-in-law’s corn pudding… it’s really bad. It’s so bad the corn industry paid her not to cook it), scoring 40. Detroit’s favored by 7 and the over/under is 48. It’s possible that they could reach the over/under by halftime. These teams are pretty decent and they are rivals in the same division. Lions may make it interesting but Da Bears roar to the win, even though they may not cover the 7.

Philadelphia (8-3) at Dallas (8-3), 4:30 p.m. (FOX) AT&T Stadium. A pair of NFC East rivals, tied for first place in the division, meet in Arlington in the second game of the NFL’s Thanksgiving Feast.

Both teams come into the week on short weeks and both teams won their contests last Sunday. The Cowboys this week will play in the first of two consecutive Thursday games (Week 14 at Chicago Bears, December 4, 2014) following a 31-28 victory against the New York Giants on Sunday Night.

Philadelphia enters Week 13 following a 43-24 win against the Tennessee Titans. Eagles rookie Josh Huff returned the opening kickoff 107 yards for a touchdown in the win. Huff is the second Eagle with a 100-plus yard kickoff-return touchdown this year (Chris Polk, 102 yards, Week 3) and Philadelphia is the first team since the 1970 Green Bay Packers to have multiple players with a 100-plus yard kickoff-return touchdown in a season. Nine different Eagles have now scored a return touchdown, tied for the most in a single season in NFL history. RB LeSean McCoy ran for 130 yards in the win, as the Eagles ran for 164, while holding Tennessee to 52 and sacked Titans QB Zack Mettenberger five times. The Eagles were 10-19 on third down tries, keeping the ball in their talons for 33:12, while the Titans were 2-12 and 1-2 on third and fourth down conversions, keeping the ball for 26:48.

“It’s a big one,” says tight end Brent Celek, who has played in 14 career regular-season games against Dallas. “It’s going to be big for them and big for us. I’m excited. Playing on Thanksgiving, everyone is watching, Cowboys against Eagles – it doesn’t get much better than that.”

Philadelphia, who is undefeated in Thanksgiving Day games, will play in Dallas on Thanksgiving for the first time since 1989. The Eagles most recently played in the 2008 Thanksgiving nightcap, a 48-20 victory against Arizona. Philadelphia has the highest winning percentage among active NFL franchises on Thanksgiving (minimum five games).

Dallas quarterback Tony Romo passed for 275 yards with four touchdowns for a 143.4 passer rating in the come-from-behind victory over the New York Giants last Sunday in the Meadowlands. With 3:00 remaining in the fourth quarter, Romo led a seven-play, 80-yard drive capped off by a 13-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Dez Bryant. Rallying from a 21-10 halftime deficit, the Cowboys outscored the Giants 21-7 in the second half for the 3-point win. DeMarco Murray was the rushing star in the contest, as the Dallas RB ran for 121 yards (Dallas wound up with 119 rushing yards, holding the Giants to 89) and Romo would wind up throwing four TD passes in the win. Dallas on third tries went 4-10, keeping the ball for 24:53, while the Giants were 11-16 and 0-1 on third and fourth down, keeping the ball for 35:07.

“Now we have another challenge coming up real quick on Thanksgiving Day,” says Romo. “Philly is playing great football so we’re going to have to play better than we did tonight to win that game.” Romo has led the Cowboys to six wins in seven Thanksgiving starts. For his career, Romo has passed for 2,033 yards and an NFL-record 18 touchdowns on Thanksgiving.

Dallas leads the series 59-47 and have outscored the Eagles 2,291-2,084. They did meet last year and both teams split the series in 2013, which was good, considering that they won in the other team’s ballpark.

Dallas held the Eagles to a fourth quarter field as they took a 17-3 win in the City of Brotherly Love. After a scoreless first quarter, the Cowboys led 3-0 at the half and outscored Philly 10-3 in the final 30 minutes of play. Neither club breached the 100-yard rushing barrier, although Philly did outrush Dallas 84-74 and Romo (2) and Nick Barkley (3) threw five interceptions between them at Lincoln Financial Field. Third down and fourth down tries in the first meeting were nothing to write home about, as the Cowboys were 5-16 and did not attempt a fourth down conversion and Philly was 4-18 and 1-1 in the same stat catagory. Time was the ally of Dallas, who kept the ball for 36:13 to Philadelphia’s 23:47.

The Eagles avoided the sweep in the second meeting in the Lone Star State, escaping with a 24-22 win in Arlington and knocking Dallas out of the post-season party to close out the 2013 campaign. Dallas trailed 17-10 at halftime before rallying to make the contest closer. LeShawn McCoy ran for 131 of the Eagles’ 137, while the Philly defense held to 59 yards. Although he was sacked five times, Eagles QB Nick Foles did manage to throw a pair of TD passes without an interception (Romo was picked off twice with two TDs passes).

Again, third and fourth down tries in the second meeting was nothing to write home about. Philly? 5-13, 0-1. Dallas? 3-11, 1-2 and the clock favored Dallas, who held the ball for 30:17, while the Eagles kept it for 29:43.

Dallas won the week seven contest in the City of Brotherly Love, covering the 3 point spread (Philadelphia was favored) but both clubs came nowhere close to the 56 over/under, scoring only 20 points. Although Philadelphia won the week 17 meeting in the Lone Star State, they did not cover the 6 point spread and the 52 1/2 over/under was missed, as the two NFC East rivals could only muster 46 points. Dallas in the late afternoon contest in the Lone Star State is favored by 3 and the over/under is 55. First place is on the line here and they meet again in two weeks in Philly. But let’s deal with this now before you go back for seconds of that chocolate-chip cookie pound cake. Philly covers the 3 on the road and pulls the upset.

Seattle (7-4) at San Francisco (7-4), 8:30 p.m. (NBC) Levis Stadium. “What’s Your Deal?” Round five gets underway in Santa Clara as the defending Super Bowl champs make their way down I-5 to take on the 49ers. There’s not just history and bad blood between the players, there’s bad blood between the coaches (Seattle’s Pete Carroll and San Francisco’s Jim Harbaugh) and the bad blood between the coaches goes all the way back when Carroll was at Southern California and Harbaugh was at Stanford. The two had played a game in Los Angeles and Stanford was winning big. At the end of the contest, the two met midfield and Harbaugh asked Carroll “what’s your deal?” when he asked why Southern California ran up the score. The feud, like Donkey Kong, was on and found its way to the NFL.

Don’t expect these two to break bread anytime soon.

You might want to put them at separate kids’ tables.

Seattle and San Francisco cap off a full day of Thanksgiving football action when they face each other for the first time since last season’s NFC Championship Game. Seattle will play in its first game on Thanksgiving since 2008, while Thursday marks the first time that San Francisco hosts a game on Thanksgiving Day.

The Seahawks enter Week 13 following a 19-3 win against the Arizona Cardinals. The defending Super Bowl champs took a 9-6 lead against Arizona with them to halftime at CenturyLink Field last Sunday in the land of grunge, salmon and Starbucks and outscored the Desert Angry Birds 10-0 in the final 30 minutes of play, coming away with the 19-6 win. Seattle outrushed Arizona 124-64 and despite being sacked seven times, Wilson threw for 211 yards and a TD in the AFC West contest in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle went 5-13 on third down tries, while Arizona was 3-12 and the clock was the ally of Seattle, who held the ball for 35:27 to Arizona’s 24:33.

“Our team played really well in the win,” Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told KIRO-TV and KING-TV. “We have to turn around in a hurry. Hopefully we can put together another good performance this week against a very tough divisional opponent.”

In his third year, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson has won 20 of his first 22 career starts at home in the regular season. That is tied for the fewest starts (22) needed to reach 20 regular-season wins at home among quarterbacks who began their careers in the Super Bowl era. The other three quarterbacks to accomplish the feat? Matt Ryan, Marc Bulger and Danny White.

Wilson heads into this week’s matchup having won his past two starts in Thursday games, passing for five touchdowns with no interceptions for a 116.6 passer rating. Including the postseason, Wilson has also led the Seahawks to victories in three its past four games against San Francisco.

Wilson’s career numbers against San Francisco (including postseason):
RECORD: 3-2
PASSING YARDS: 849
TD PASSES: 7
PASSER RATING: 85.7
RUSHING YARDS: 74

The 49ers aim for a fourth consecutive victory after a 17-13 victory over Washington. San Francisco led 10-7 at the break and then held off Washington in the second half. Washington’s Alfred Morris ran for 125 yards in the contest on the West Coast as San Francisco was outrushed 136-66 but the 49ers did manage to sack Robert Griffin III five times. The 49ers were 5-13 and 2-2 on third and fourth down conversions, keeping the ball for 30:05, while the Redskins were 2-13, holding the ball for a mere 29:55.

“I think this is something to continue to build off of,” says 49ers safety Antoine Bethea. “This string of victories has been great and will pay big dividends for us. Now we have a short week against a great team coming into our house on Thanksgiving.”

San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick heads into Thursday’s divisional matchup with a 7-5 career regular-season record as a starter against the NFC West. Kaepernick has passed for 16 touchdowns and has posted a passer rating of at least 90 in eight of his 12 starts against the NFC West.

Kaepernick’s career regular-season numbers as a starter against the NFC West:
RECORD: 7-5
PASSING YARDS: 2,859
TD PASSES: 16
PASSER RATING: 92.8
RUSHING YARDS: 417

The series in the regular season is tied at 15-15 and the Seahawks have outscored San Francisco 711-580. They met three times (twice in the regular season, once in post-season) and Seattle and San Francisco split the regular season contests, winning in their home facilities. The feud hit the ground running in week two in the land of grunge, salmon and Starbucks as the Seahawks took a 5-0 lead at the half thanks to a safety caused by a holding penalty in the end zone and a Stephen Hauschka field goal for the 29-3 win. Marshawn Lynch chipped in with three TDs and 98 yards rushing as Seattle outrushed San Francisco 172-100. The Seahawks took advantage of five San Francisco turnovers (they picked off Colin Kaepernick three times) and despite Russell Wilson being sacked four times, Seattle led from start to finish in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle went 5-16 and 1-2 on third down tries, while keeping the ball for 36:43. San Francisco on third and fourth down conversions went 3-12 and 0-1, holding the ball for 23:17.

San Francisco got their revenge in week 14 at Candlestick Park as the 49ers rallied from a 1-point deficit late in the contest to take a 19-17 win. Seattle led by as much as 14-9 before San Francisco took the lead before halftime when Kaepernick and TE Vernon Davis connected on an 8-yard TD pass with six seconds left for a 16-14 lead. The two teams then played a scoreless third quarter and Seattle took the lead back on a 31 yard field goal by Hauscka for a 17-16 lead. San Francisco then went to work and used a 11-play, 76-yard drive that used 5:54 off the clock and ended when Phil Dawson connected on a 22 yard field goal with 26 seconds left to give the Niners the win. San Francisco’s Frank Gore ran for 110 of the 49ers’ 163, while Seattle tallied 86 (Gore had 72) in the second meeting and both Wilson and Kaepernick each threw a TD and an interception and was sacked twice. On third down tries, neither club managed to breach the 50 mark (Seattle was 5-12, San Francisco was 5-13) and the clock was the ally of San Francisco at 32:28, while Seattle held it for 27:32.

Then there was the third meeting in Seattle for all the marbles. The NFC Championship game and the right to face Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl, with the winner moving on and the loser going home.

It would be Seattle coming out on top as king of the NFC hill, taking a 23-17 win after trailing 10-3 at the half. The Seahawks would wind up chipping away at the 49ers lead and then took the lead for keeps when WR Javon Kearse caught a 35 yard TD pass from Wilson and then iced the game away with a 47 yard field goal by Hauscka. The drama didn’t end there. San Francisco got the ball back and proceeded to march their way down the field with 3:32 left to play and made their way into Seattle territory and would wind up at the Seahawk 18 yard line before Kaepernick was picked off by Richard Sherman. After Seattle was penalized for taunting, they snapped the ball three times, knelt it down three times to run the clock out and win the contest.

Kaepernick and Lynch were the rushing stars in the third contest that would decide who got to go to New Jersey. Lynch ran for 109 yards and a TD (Seattle rushed for 115), while Kaepernick ran for 130 (San Francisco ran for 161). Kaepernick was sacked twice and threw two interceptions, while Wilson was sacked four times (each threw a TD pass in the contest). Seattle and San Francisco struggled on third down tries, with the 49ers going 3-11, while Seattle was 5-14. Fourth down tries? Both teams did reasonably well (San Francisco was 2-2, Seattle was 1-3) and the clock was the ally of Seattle, who kept the ball for 31:28, while San Francisco had it for 28:32.

In the first meeting in week two, Seattle easily covered the 3 point spread, winning by 26. That was a good thing, because neither club covered the 44 over/under, scoring only 32 points. The 49ers won by 1, meaning that they did not cover the 3 point spread and both teams missed the 42 1/2 over/under as they would only score 36 points. The NFC championship had the Seahawks covering the 3 1/2 with their 7 point win and both teams BARELY covered the 39 1/2 over/under with their combined 40 points.  San Francisco’s favored by a point and the over/under’s 39 1/2. Since you’ve already got food and still eating the leftovers, you might want to watch out for cousin Connie. (Remember her? She’s 56, divorced twice and dating the 42-year old football coach in town. Connie once almost wiped out an entire Super Bowl party by eating an entire Oreo cheesecake, two bags of Cool Ranch Doritos, two bacon cheeseburgers with blue cheese and chugged two 2-liter Cokes at your Super Bowl party last year by herself and didn’t gain a pound. You look at her and say to yourself, “what the hell?”)

It’s going to be a really close contest and the 1 point spread makes sense (just like putting mayo on that turkey sandwich) and the 39 1/2 over/under is plausible. San Francisco may be favored but Seattle proves they’re still the champ and covers the 1 on the road in Santa Clara.

Broadcast Information
Chicago at Detroit, 12:30 p.m. on CBS: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson (Field reporter). Westwood One: Wayne Larrivee, Mark Malone, Hub Arkush (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (WW1), 93 (Chicago), 85 (Detroit). XM: 88 (WestWood 1), 225 (Chicago), 85 (Detroit).

Philadelphia at Dallas, 4:30 p.m. on FOX: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Charissa Thompson (Field reporter). Westwood One: Tom McCarthy, Tony Boselli, Scott Kaplan (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood 1), 93 (Philadelphia), 85 (Dallas). XM: 88 (WestWood 1), 225 (Philadelphia), 85 (Dallas).

Seattle at San Francisco, 8:30 p.m. on NBC: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, Dan Fouts, Laura Okmin (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood 1), 93 (Seattle), 85 (San Francisco). XM: 88 (WestWood 1), 225 (Seattle), 85 (San Francisco).

Injury Report

Chicago at Detroit

Chicago
OUT: LB Lance Briggs (groin), C Brian De La Puente (ankle), LB Darryl Sharpton (hamstring), WR Chris Williams (hamstring)
DOUBTFUL: DT Jay Ratliff (knee), DE Trevor Scott (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Kyle Fuller (knee)
PROBABLE: T Eben Britton (illness), WR Brandon Marshall (ankle), T Jordan Mills (ribs), S Brock Vereen (shoulder)

Detroit

OUT: DT Nick Fairley (knee), G Larry Warford (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Reggie Bush (ankle, back), T Riley Reiff (knee)
PROBABLE: DE Ezekiel Ansah (elbow), S James Ihedigbo (knee), WR Calvin Johnson (ankle), DE George Johnson (foot), CB Rashean Mathis (ankle), LB Ashlee Palmer (concussion), S Glover Quin (back)

Philadelphia at Dallas

Philadelphia
OUT: QB Nick Foles (collarbone)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Emmanuel Acho (groin)
PROBABLE: S Nate Allen (ankle), DE Brandon Bair (elbow), TE Zach Ertz (oblique), WR Jordan Matthews (knee), K Cody Parkey (right groin), T Jason Peters (quadricep)

Dallas
OUT: DE Jack Crawford (thumb), CB Tyler Patmon (knee, ankle), LB Dekoda Watson (hamstring)
DOUBTFUL: S Jeff Heath (thumb)
PROBABLE: DE Tyrone Crawford (knee), T Doug Free (foot), DT Nick Hayden (shoulder), LB Rolando McClain (knee), DT Josh Price-Brent (groin), QB Tony Romo (back), WR Terrance Williams (finger)

Seattle at San Francisco

Seattle
OUT: TE Cooper Helfet (ankle), LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (shoulder), C Max Unger (knee, ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Demarcus Dobbs (knee), CB Jeremy Lane (glute)
PROBABLE: CB Marcus Burley (hamstring), G James Carpenter (ankle), WR Jermaine Kearse (ankle), RB Marshawn Lynch (back)

San Francisco
OUT: TE Derek Carrier (foot), T Anthony Davis (concussion), DT Glenn Dorsey (forearm)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Tramaine Brock (hamstring), WR Bruce Ellington (ankle), TE Vance McDonald (back)
PROBABLE: RB Frank Gore (knee), WR Brandon Lloyd (quadricep), RB Bruce Miller (shoulder), S Eric Reid (ankle), DE Justin Smith (back), S Raymond Ventrone (groin)

Weather Report
Chicago at Detroit: Game Indoors.
Philadelphia at Dallas: Game indoors; if roof is open, sunny and 56 degrees.
Seattle at San Francisco: Clear and 63 degrees.

Broadcast Information and Injury Report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best and USA Today, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel.

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