But before we start the arguments over the best Thanksgiving sides, there are some on-the-field questions that need answering.
Cam Newton shone in his first game as QB1. The Philadelphia Eagles were able to assert themselves against their NFC foe the New Orleans Saints. In a shocking turn, the Indianapolis Colts upset the Buffalo Bills and the Minnesota Vikings upset the Green Bay Packers.
Will the Dallas Cowboys be able to stop the Kansas City Chiefs' three-game winning streak? Who will bounce back after their their Week 10 outings, the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Los Angeles Chargers?
And ... what did everyone wear? Let these outfits serve as inspiration as you prepare your own Friendsgiving outfits.
A nod to a champion
The Carolina Panthers' Jeremy Chinn has been rocking North Carolina and South Carolina stars' jerseys all season long. Sunday's was a nod to A'ja Wilson, a three-time WNBA All-Star with the Las Vegas Aces who most recently won a gold medal with Team USA in the Tokyo Olympics.
A grand entrance
Think your holiday arrival will be grand? It surely can't top that of Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox's Rolls Royce arrival.
Some guys came wearing their Sunday best -- emphasis on best. Some of these suits are not just serving today -- but serving as major inspiration for holiday outfits.
Comfy jackets, comfy sweaters, comfy hoodies. Sometimes being in your casual clothes is the best option for Sunday.
Crop top vibes
Maybe not for Thanksgiving dinner itself, but DK Metcalf's crop top vibe could be nice for post-meal relaxation.
85 to 85
A nod from one wide receiver to another. Tee Higgins wears No. 85 for the Cincinnati Bengals -- as did Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson. Higgins rocked a vintage tee (pun intended) honoring Ochocinco, who played with the Bengals from 2001 to 2010.
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