Bills vs. Saints NFL Thanksgiving Game: When, Where, and How to Watch

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Bills vs. Saints NFL Thanksgiving Game: When, Where, and How to Watch

Thanksgiving is drawing to a close, which means it’s football time again. The Buffalo Bills take on the New Orleans Saints in the third and final NFL Thanksgiving game. The game will air on NBC at 8:20 p.m. ET tonight. Peacock, NBCSports.com, the NBC Sports App, the NFL App, and the Yahoo Sports App will also stream it.

The Bills (6-4) have been alternating victories and defeats over the last six weeks after a solid start. They are coming off a 41-15 loss to the Indianapolis Colts, which was one of their worst losses of the season. Turnovers on offense are one of the Bills’ major issues, and despite having a strong season, quarterback Josh Allen is bearing the brunt of the blame.

According to the Bills’ official website, Allen added, “We have to trust on each other, rely on our coaching staff, and rely on what they’re telling us.” “Try again to put together a game plan. Since I’ve been here, we’ve played a couple Thursday nights. These are the ones that sneak up on you, and you have to figure out a game plan as soon as possible. It all comes down to execution.” The Bills are well aware that they won’t have time to dwell on their loss to the Saints on Sunday.

“Short turnarounds have some drawbacks because you can’t really get back on the practice field for that long,” Bills head coach Sean McDermott explained. “Then there’s something nice about it, so you can move on.” To be honest with you, I’m not sure which one I like more.” After losing their last three games, the Saints (5-5) are in desperate need of a win. The Saints have been starting Trevor Seimian in place of quarterback Jameis Winston, who is out with a ruptured ACL. Siemian has passed for 761 yards, seven touchdowns, and two interceptions in his last three games, completing just 57% of his attempts.

According to the Saints’ official website, Siemian told reporters this week, “I just have to play better in the first half specifically.” “I don’t want to overthink things; I just need to play better.” I’m not going to press or anything, but there are a few of plays I need to improve on early to put us in a position to play fast early in the game… Summary of Entertainment News from Brinkwire.

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