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Daily Bucs Links: Thanksgiving recap

On the thanksgiving games, and more.

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NFL playoff picture 2017: Vikings win crucial Thanksgiving showdown -
The Vikings increased their lead in the NFC North, while the Chargers inched closer to the playoff picture.

Washington OT Morgan Moses uses turkey legs as drumsticks after win vs. Giants -
He was so happy.

Chargers vs. Cowboys: 5 takeaways from LA’s 28-6 Thanksgiving win -
The Chargers took care of business on the road.

Giants vs. Washington 2017 live results: The top highlights from the Thanksgiving night game -
Kirk Cousins helped get Washington back in the win column against an NFC East rival on Thursday night.

Why does FedEx Field look so bad? -
The sidelines look fine, but the middle of the field ... not so much.

Giants vs. Washington Thanksgiving 2017: 4 things we learned -
The Thanksgiving NFL slate ended with a dud.

5 Bucs to Watch vs. Atlanta
A couple Bucs to watch as they take on the division-rival Atlanta Falcons this Sunday.

Will Gholston Back to Full Speed
Thursday notes: DE Will Gholston, who suffered a neck injury in New Orleans, returned to full participation in practice on Thanksgiving morning

6 Key Matchups for Bucs vs. Falcons
Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is on a tear for the Buccaneers and will try to get past Wes Schweitzer and give Matt Ryan less time to throw

Fifth Down With Ryan Fitzpatrick: Honest Abe And Party In The USA | Pewter Report
This week's featured player in the Fifth Down is safety Keith Tandy who answers five questions. The Fifth Down is sponsored by Ford's Garage.

Bucs DC Smith: Third Down Our Achilles Heel | Pewter Report

Bucs try to settle Thanksgiving debate: Is it stuffing or dressing? - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Stuffing or dressing? A simple question turns into an interesting conversation in Tampa Bay's locker room.

Bucs players, coaches say they cherish getting game balls for special feats
TAMPA — In the jubilant moments after a Bucs win, Dirk Koetter will sometimes ask for a game-used ball from his equipment staff