>>Calvin Johnson, Lions Roll Bears
(Detroit, MI) -- Matthew Stafford threw for 390 yards and two touchdowns as the Lions rolled the Bears 34-17 from Ford Field. Calvin Johnson posted 11 receptions for 146 yards and the two TDs for Detroit, which snapped a two-game slide to get to 8-and-4. Joique [[ Joyk ]] Bell rushed for 91 yards and two scores in the win. Jay Cutler tossed two touchdowns and two interceptions for Chicago, which had won two straight. The Bears are 5-and-7. Martellus Bennett had eight catches for 109 yards while Alshon Jeffery grabbed two scores in defeat.
>>Eagles Soar Past Cowboys In Dallas
(Arlington, TX) -- LeSean McCoy rushed for 159 yards and a touchdown as the Philadelphia Eagles crushed the Dallas Cowboys 33-10 on the road at AT&T Stadium. Mark Sanchez went 20-of-29 through the air for 217 yards and a touchdown, while Jeremy Maclin eclipsed the one-thousand-yard mark receiving on the season with 108 yards on the day. Philadelphia is now 6-and-0 while playing on Thanksgiving. DeMarco Murray rushed for 73 yards, a touchdown, and caught six balls for 40 yards in the setback. Tony Romo struggled in the loss, throwing for 199 yards and two interceptions with no touchdowns. Dallas had won two-straight.
>>Seahawks Silent 49ers
(Santa Clara, CA) -- Richard Sherman picked off Colin Kaepernick twice to help the Seahawks shut down the 49ers, 19-3, on Thanksgiving at Levi's Stadium. Including last year's NFC Championship Game Seattle has beaten San Francisco four of the last five times they've played. The two teams meet again at CenturyLink Field in Week 15 on December 14th. Russell Wilson threw for 236 yards and a touchdown, while Marshawn Lynch added 104 yards on the ground. Seattle is 8-and-4 and has won five of six. In addition to the two interceptions, Kaepernick was sacked four times and held 121 yards throwing. The 49ers only ran for 64 yards on their way to 7-and-5.
>>Patriots, Packers Hook Up At Lambeau
(Green Bay, WI) -- A marquee matchup takes place at Lambeau Field Sunday as the New England Patriots play the Green Bay Packers. It's a battle of first-place teams. The Patriots have won seven in-a-row and lead the AFC with a 9-and-2 record. Both of New England's losses have come on the road at Miami and at Kansas City. This begins a stretch of three road games in four weeks for the Pats. Green Bay has won three in-a-row and leads the NFC North at 8-and-3, a half-game behind the 8-and-4 Lions who won on Thanksgiving Day. The Packers are a perfect 5-and-0 at home and 3-and-3 on the road.
>>Raiders Rumble With Rams In St. Louis
(St. Louis, MO) -- Coming off their first win of the season, the Oakland Raiders hit the road to take on the St. Louis Rams Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome. The Silver and Black beat the Chiefs 24-20 last Thursday in Oakland. It snapped an 0-and-10 start to the season and a 16-game losing streak dating back to last season. The Rams are coming off a 27-24 loss at San Diego. Quarterback Shaun Hill was picked off at the goal line in the final minute as St. Louis slipped to 4-and-7 on the season. The Rams have alternated wins and losses in their last seven games. The Raiders won the last meeting in 2010.
>>Redskins, McCoy Try Luck Against Colts
(Indianapolis, IN) -- The Washington Redskins are on the road for the second straight week as they clash with the Indianapolis Colts Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. The 'Skins lost 17-13 at San Francisco last weekend and have dropped three straight overall. Washington is just 3-and-8 and has benched quarterback Robert Griffin the Third this week in favor of Colt McCoy. Indianapolis beat Jacksonville 23-3 last Sunday and is playing its third straight home game. At 7-and-4, QB Andrew Luck is driving the Colts to a second straight division title. They have a two-game lead on Houston in the AFC South.