In celebration of Thanksgiving Dayas usual, the National Football League (NFL) has scheduled a series of attractive games to the delight of the fans, with only one remaining pending.

Earlier this Thursday, the Buffalo Bills beat the Detroit Lions 28-25, and as we write these lines of text, the Dallas Cowboys are about to complete the victory over the New York Giants, with a score of 13-28, while in point at 6:20 p.m., Pacific time, the last meeting will begin, with the Minnesota Vikings receiving the New England Patriots.

Although the Vikings come to this match with 8 wins and 2 losses, tied with the Kansas City Chiefs for the second best record in the entire NFL, Minnesota lost their last game against the Cowboys, so they come with the task of returning to the path of victory

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As for New England, led by the legendary bill belichickthey are going through their best moment of the season, having a streak of 3 consecutive wins, beating the New York Jets twice in this period, and the Indianapolis Colts.

The figures to watch for the Patriots will be running back Rhamondre Stevenson, who has 644 rushing yards, fifteenth best in the NFL, with 4 touchdowns, as well as wide receiver Jakobi Meyes, who has 509 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns.

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For their part, the Vikings have Justin Jefferson, who has become one of the best wide receivers since he arrived in the NFL 3 years ago, currently with a thousand and 93 yards per reception, the second best number in the NFL, offensively being the best gun for Minnesota, followed by star running back Dalvin Cook, who has 799 rushing yards, sixth-best in the league, and 6 touchdowns, ninth-best on the gridiron.

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