Dec 29, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy (25) runs the ball in the fourth quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. The Eagle beat the Cowboys 24-22. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Predicting The Entire NFL Season: Week 13 (Eagles @ Cowboys)

The bye weeks are over. It’s Thanksgiving week in the NFL and that means the Philadelphia Eagles are facing the Dallas Cowboys.

Before we start our feasts, here’s a look at our projected NFL standings:

AFC EASTWinsLosses
Buffalo Bills92
New England Patriots74
Miami Dolphins38
New York Jets29
Cincinnati Bengals92
Baltimore Ravens83
Pittsburgh Steelers65
Cleveland Browns47
Indianapolis Colts83
Houston Texans56
Tennessee Titans38
Jacksonville Jaguars29
AFC WESTWinsLosses
Denver Broncos83
Kansas City Chiefs56
San Diego Chargers47
Oakland Raiders29
NFC EASTWinsLosses
Philadelphia Eagles74
New York Giants65
Dallas Cowboys47
Washington Redskins38
Green Bay Packers74
Chicago Bears65
Detroit Lions56
Minnesota Vikings29
Carolina Panthers74
New Orleans Saints65
Atlanta Falcons65
Tampa Bay Buccaneers38
NFC WESTWinsLosses
Seattle Seahawks92
Arizona Cardinals83
San Francisco 49ers74
St. Louis Rams56

One note before the predictions: Hats off to the NFL schedule makers for putting together an appetizing Thanksgiving lineup. Three big division rivalries. Delicious.

Let’s get started…

Bears @ Lions: The Bears need to win and keep pace, but the Lions at home on Thanksgiving Day get a win. Detroit 30, Chicago 20

Seahawks @ 49ers: Critically important game for both teams. The Seahawks need a win to maintain control in the West. The 49ers need a win to stay in a strong playoff position. San Francisco 16, Seattle 13

Redskins @ Colts: Poor, poor Washington. Indianapolis 34, Washington 14

Titans @ Texans: Houston gets a win to keep their slim hopes alive. Houston 24, Tennessee 20

Browns @ Bills: Buffalo is looking right at a first-round bye. Who would have thought? Buffalo 27, Cleveland 21

Chargers @ Ravens: Baltimore is giving chase to Cincy, but stumbles here. San Diego 28, Baltimore 21

Giants @ Jaguars: It’s been a tough stretch for the Giants. Jacksonville is the right medicine. New York Giants 30, Jacksonville 21

Bengals @ Buccaneers: Big chance for the Bengals to position themselves for a division title. Cincinnati 29, Tampa Bay 25

Raiders @ Rams: The Rams are going to find themselves on the outside looking in. They’re going to lose some focus late in the season. Oakland 23, St. Louis 18

Saints @ Steelers: The Saints are the better team and need this game. New Orleans 38, Pittsburgh 20

Panthers @ Vikings: Carolina is taking a firm hold on their division with the season winding down. Carolina 23, Minnesota 9

Cardinals @ Falcons: Weird things start to happen late in an NFL season. This is one of them. Atlanta 36, Arizona 30

Patriots @ Packers: Tough game to call here. The Packers are rolling and the Patriots need to start winning some games to lock up a wild card spot. I’ll take Tom Brady in this one. New England 35, Green Bay 33

Broncos @ Chiefs: Andy Reid and the Chiefs are falling apart. Denver 31, Kansas City 20

Dolphins @ Jets: Finally, some good news for the Jets. New York Jets 23, Miami 14

Last, but not least…

Eagles @ Cowboys: If you had your turkey early, this will be dessert for you. For the Eagles, it will be a feast. Philadelphia 33, Dallas 20

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