Thanksgiving is over and Turkeys were not the only things been stuffed this weekend.

It was moving week in the NFL with the regular season winding down it was times for teams to prove their playoff intentions.

The red-hot Ravens and MVP favourite Lamar Jackson left it late to beat Super Bowl rivals San Francisco 49er’s, with a last second field goal from Old, reliable Justin Tucker to win 20-17, for an eighth straight win.

The reigning Super bowl champion The New England Patriots still look to be stuttering and looking lacklustre as the Texans led by Quarterback Deshaun Watson with a trick play to score a touchdown.

The thanksgiving weekend is full of meals been cooked and the Oakland Raiders were cooked by the Kansas City Chiefs 40-9, MVP Patrick Mahomes as shaken off his knee injury and hitting form at the right time rushing for one TD and passing for another.

The Cincinnati Bengals have been nothing short of the mess this season. Losing all 11 games so far and on their worse losing streak in decades, but last night was time for celebration normally Easter is the time for resurrections but not for them. They finally got their first win against an abysmal Jets team, which leaves head Coach Adam Gase under serious pressure.

To say The Miami Dolphins are tanking is very unfair now they play hard and for the coach each week and once again reaped the rewards after beating former Super Bowl Champions the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Eagles who have been a mixed bag lost the chance to go level with NFC East leaders Dallas and put the Cowboys in control of the division.

Playoff picture:

AFC first round bye
1st seed Baltimore Ravens 2nd seed New England Patriots

AFC WildCard
Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Houston Texans

NFC First round bye
1st seed San Francisco 49er’s 2nd seed New Orleans Saints

NFC Wildcard
Minesota Vikings @ Greenbay Packers
Seattle Seahawks @ Dallas Cowboys

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