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After Thanksgiving loss, Cowboys are toast

Thursday's lopsided loss to Carolina leaves Dallas with a 3-8 record, and now the Cowboys will be without QB Tony Romo the rest of the season.

Report: Romo out for remainder of season (1:54)
Chip Kelly: This loss is very disappointing (0:25)
Golden Tate jukes and scores (0:21)
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Week 12 fantasy advice: Team-by-team intel

NFL Nation reporters explain why Steelers tailback DeAngelo Williams and Browns quarterback Josh McCown, among others, are solid fantasy plays this weekend.

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Berry: Love/Hate and #Noodlegate

Matthew Berry faces his harshest critic -- himself -- in regard to last week's column, then moves forward with this week's loves and hates.

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What you need to know for Week 12 (1:00)
JPP 'happy to be alive' this Thanksgiving (1:01)
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Brady-Manning: What we'll miss about their classic matchup

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have played 16 times since 2001. But as Geoffrey Chaucer penned, 'All good things must come to an end.' With Manning out Sunday and his career in doubt because of injuries, here are a few things we'll miss about their matchup.


Cam Newton won't stop dancing

The Panthers QB rushed for another TD today in their win over the Cowboys. So he busted out some more dance moves.


Rodgers quickest to 250 career TDs

Aaron Rodgers' 25-yard TD pass to Eddie Lacy in the first quarter was his 250th in just his 121st career game, beating Dan Marino's mark of 128 games. Peyton Manning did it in 132 games, while Tom Brady and Brett Favre both did it in 141 games. Follow live

Packers lead Bears 7-0 after first quarter

Eddie Lacy's 25-yard TD catch had to be reviewed as it looked like he might have dropped the ball just before crossing the goal line. But it counted and stands as the game's only score so far. Follow live


Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

After not committing a single penalty against Denver last week, Chicago got flagged five times in the first quarter at Lambeau Field.

Report: Tony Romo 'done for season'

A source told ESPN's Ed Werder that Tony Romo is "done for the season," although X-rays on his injured left collarbone were inconclusive and the Cowboys plan more tests for Friday. Romo was hurt on the final play of the third quarter in the loss to the Panthers.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers cornerback Josh Norman says Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant disrespected him. Watch.


Brady dons turkey costume, surprises kids

Tom Brady has plenty to be thankful for, with his team still undefeated. And he celebrated Thanksgiving by dressing up as a turkey and hiding in a pile of leaves where his children were playing. Turkey Tom

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers corner Josh Norman gives thanks for Vegas making the Panthers an underdog and ESPN's Skip Bayless for ... Well listen.


David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly said it was freaky getting consecutive picks.


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While X-rays on Tony Romo collarbone inconclusive and more tests scheduled tomorrow, a source told me the QB is "done for the season."

Panthers improve to 11-0; Romo hurt again

Tony Romo left the game in the third quarter with a collarbone injury after throwing two pick-6's, and the Panthers remained undefeated after defeating the Cowboys 33-14.


David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton jokes that linebacker Luke Kuechly has a dark side people don't see. "But in my eyes he will always be Captain America."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has his Dancing with the Stars shoes on tonight.

Romo: 'It's just a very disappointing day'

Tony Romo said the shoulder injury that knocked him out of today's game against the Panthers feels similar to the broken collarbone that kept him out most of the season.


Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Thanksgiving night at Lambeau Field.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Greg Hardy had an asthma attack that prevented him from being on the field at the start of the second half. He said it is something he has had his whole life. It's the first time it cropped up in a game this year.

Bears (4-6) at Packers (7-3), 8:30 p.m. ET

This marks the 190th game between the Bears and Packers all-time (Bears lead 92-91-6), but its the first time these teams will meet on Thanksgiving. Aaron Rodgers is 12-3 in his career against the Bears (13-3 including playoffs), winning 9 of his last 10 starts (10 of last 11 including playoffs). Follow live

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