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Game: Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings
Date: Thursday, November 23, 2017
Location: Ford Field – Detroit, Michigan
Kickoff Time: 12:30 p.m. (ET), 11:30 a.m. (CT), 9:30 a.m. (PT)
TV Channel: FOX
The Detroit Lions face the biggest test of their regular season so far, a titan NFC North matchup with the Minnesota Vikings on Thanksgiving. In a huge NFC North matchup on Thanksgiving Day, the Minnesota Vikings will travel to the Motor City to take on the Detroit Lions. Thursday, November 23rd will be a special day for several reasons. Not only is it Thanksgiving day in the United States, but it’s also a wonderful time for football. For Detroit Lions fans, this holiday is extra sweet. And we’re not just talking about the Pumpkin Pie.
This matchup can be seen broadcasted nationally on FOX this Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, inside Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. The Lions are a constant on Thanksgiving Day, and this year is no different. Fans can also stream the game on the NFL Sunday Ticket app, as well as FuboTV. As the week goes on, continue to check the current line, and spread at OddsShark.com. It will be a tall task for the Lions as the Vikings themselves are on a six-game winning streak. But their last loss was to Detroit in Minnesota back in Week Four, so the Lions have to feel very optimistic heading into this exciting and pivotal holiday matchup.
Lions Injury Report – Names To Watch: Defensive End Ziggy Ansah, Cornerback Jamal Agnew, Linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin Vikings Injury Report – Names To Watch: Cornerback Xavier Rhodes, Defensive End Brian Robison, Defensive End Everson Griffen, Link to Injury Reports: Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, If you don’t have traditional TV, you can watch live online via fuboTV, a sports-centric streaming service that’s offering a free seven-day trial; Hulu with Live TV; SlingTV; Playstation Vue; DirecTV Now or YouTube TV. If you have a cable log-in, you can watch on Fox Sports Go. If you’re a Verizon customer, you can watch on the NFL Mobile app.