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The Washington Redskins face the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day in Week 12. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

The Dallas Cowboys are going for their 10th consecutive win of the season. To earn that in Week 12, they must defeat the rival Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving Day. These two teams first played in 1960 against each other, with the Cowboys leading the all-time series, 67-44-2. The two teams split their meetings last season, but that seems like ages ago with their current rosters.

In their first meeting in mid-September of the 2016 season, the Cowboys won 27-23. Since that Week 2 game, the Redskins have gone 6-1-1 after starting the season 0-2. The Redskins enter Thursday’s game with an overall record of 6-3-1. This past Sunday night, the Redskins defeated the Green Bay Packers, 42-24.

The Cowboys have been on a tear since that win, having not lost since Week 1—and that was by a single point. Dallas is coming off a Week 11 win over the Baltimore Ravens by a 27-17 score. A big part of that is the running of rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott. He enter’s this game 1,102 yards averaging 4.9 yards per carry.

This is the second of three games on Thanksgiving Day and will be broadcast on FOX. Unfortunately, the early games on Thursday can only be streamed live via NFL Mobile for Verizon Wireless customers. However, you can stream the replay afterwards on NFL Game Pass with a paid subscription to the service.

Details for Thursday’s Thanksgiving game are below:

Date: Thursday, November 24
Start time: 4:30 p.m. ET
Location: Arlington, TX
Stadium: AT&T Stadium
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass, NFL Mobile

The Cowboys and Redskins provide one of the best rivalries in all of sports. This game has a lot on the line with Washington still in the race for the NFC East. Though they are third, they are still just 2.5 games back of the Cowboys in the standings.

The game should have an old school feel to it, being that it is on Thanksgiving, but both are playing good football right now with still a lot to prove as nothing is settled for either team this season.

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