The Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions renew their Thanksgiving Day rivalry at Ford Field. It's their first Turkey Day meeting since 1999 when the Lions beat the Bears, 21-17. Chicago is 8-and-7 all-time against Detroit on Thanksgiving. The Bears have won back-to-back 21-13 home games over the Vikings and Buccaneers to improve to 5-and-6. The Lions are coming off back-to-back road losses to the Cardinals and Patriots that has them a game behind the Packers in the NFC North at 7-and-4. Detroit is 4-and-1 at home this season and 2-and-0 in the division.