Week 13 Schedule Opens with a Holiday Triple-Header on Thanksgiving

PrintableBrackets.net previews the Week 13 schedule and offers fans a complimentary printable version.

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Week 13 Schedule
The best part about this year’s triple-header is that every game has implications on playoff aspirations.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) November 26, 2013

Another week of NFL action is in the books and, believe it or not, there’s only five weeks left in the regular season. The Week 13 schedule opens up with a triple-header during the Thanksgiving holiday. In honor of “Turkey Day” and the slate of games, PrintableBrackets.net is offering fans the complete Week 13 schedule.

“Football is one of the quintessential things synonymous with Thanksgiving,” said Printable Brackets spokesperson Zaniel Worth. “The best part about this year’s triple-header is that every game has implications on playoff aspirations.”

Thursday’s action begins when the Lions host the Green Bay Packers in Detroit in a critical NFC North matchup. At 6-5, the Lions enter the affair tied with the Chicago Bears for first place in the division. Green Bay is 5-5-1 on the year.

The action continues on Thanksgiving when the Dallas Cowboys host the Oakland Raiders. The Cowboys moved in to a tie with the Philadelphia Eagles for first place in the NFC East with a last-second 24-21 win over the New York Giants last Sunday.

Bitter rivals will wrap up the Thanksgiving slate when the Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Baltimore to face the defending Super Bowl champion Ravens. Both teams are in the hunt for the final playoff spot in the AFC at 5-6 on the season.

PrintableBrackets.net has the full Week 13 schedule, which features some incredibly intriguing matchups. Two teams with playoff aspirations will hook up in Philadelphia when the Arizona Cardinals clash with the Eagles. Sunday afternoon, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos will battle the Chiefs in Kansas City.

The Week 13 schedule wraps up with an NFC heavyweight bout as the 10-1 Seattle Seahawks will host the 9-2 New Orleans Saints on “Monday Night Football”.

To view the complete and printable Week 13 schedule, or for hundreds of other NFL and sports-related sheets, please visit PrintableBrackets.net.


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