Thanksgiving Day is traditionally known for turkey and stuffing, getting stuffed on turkey and stuffing ... and football. The Detroit Lions began this NFL tradition in 1934 and with the exception of 1939-44 (when the series was interrupted by World War II), they've been at it ever since. Meanwhile, the Dallas Cowboys have also made Turkey Day an annual event and have been playing steadily on Thanksgiving since 1978.

There have been a lot of great games over the years, Bounty Bowls, Phil Luckett coin flips and Butt Fumbles aside. Here are arguably the best of the best ...

And here is this year's triple-header of NFL action on Turkey Day:

Packers at Lions: 12:30 p.m. ET on Fox
Raiders at Cowboys: 4:30 p.m. ET on CBS
Steelers at Ravens: 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC

-- Read more of Russell S. Baxter at ProFootballGuru.com. Follow him on Twitter @BaxFootballGuru.

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