Philadelphia (4-6) at Detroit (3-7)
11:30 a.m., KDFW/4
Line: Lions by 2
Eagles have lost three of four and last week allowed a season-high 521 yards to Tampa Bay Bucs. In his past 15 games, QB Mark Sanchez is 7-8 with 17 touchdowns and 23 interceptions. After this game, Philly still has three division leaders (New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals, New York Giants) to play. Uncaged Lions have won two in a row since a front-office shake-up and face only one team with a winning record — the Green Bay Packers, whom they beat two weeks ago at Lambeau — the rest of the way.
Carolina (10-0) at Dallas (3-7)
3:30 p.m., KTVT/11
Line: Cowboys by 1 1/2
Panthers have won 14 in a row and share lead in turnover margin (+13). They are first team to go 10-0 after having a losing record the previous season. Cam Newton threw a career-high five TD passes, all from inside 12 yards. He has six passing TDs and a rush score in two games against NFC East teams. Cowboys QB Tony Romo’s return featured two interceptions and two TDs. No team starting 2-7 has made the playoffs. Only twice in seven years with Oakland did Darren McFadden rush for more than the 623 yards he has this season in Dallas.
Chicago (4-6) at Green Bay (7-3)
7:30 p.m., KXAS/5
Line: Packers by 8
How even is NFL’s oldest rivalry? Packers lead all-time series 92-91-6. But Bears have lost four straight to the Pack, 10 of the past 11, and 13 of 16 against QB Aaron Rodgers. Bears kicker Robbie Gould has at least three FGs in six games this season. Lambeau Field hosts its first Thanksgiving Day game since 1923. Packers stemmed their three-game slide and moved back into a first-place tie by winning at Minnesota behind five Mason Crosby FGs, RB Eddie Lacy’s first 100-yard game since last season and Rodgers’ precision passing. The Packers had six sacks vs. Vikings, their first ones since their last win. Brett Favre will be honored and his jersey retired in a halftime ceremony.