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Dallas Cowboys Prepare for Gameday Thanksgiving Meals

Annual Thanksgiving game day features classic favorite flavors in holiday meals

The annual Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day game at AT&T Stadium will feature holiday favorite menu items that fans can enjoy across the stadium.

Fans will enjoy one of their annual favorites since its debut in the 2019 NFL Season: the Thanksgiving Bowl, with smoked turkey breast, piled high with herb dressing, Cowboys Mac ‘N’ Cheese, and green beans drizzled with turkey giblet gravy, served with fresh cranberry sauce and a brioche roll.

Also returning is the Thanksgiving Hand Pie which includes layers of herb dressing, cranberry sauce, green beans, sweet potatoes, oven-roasted turkey breast and turkey giblet gravy enclosed in a flaky pie crust.

The Legends culinary team at AT&T Stadium has also created additional original menu items inspired by the holidays that will be served to fans in suites, from traditional turkey and pumpkin pie to Fall Harvest Salad, Praline Sweet Potatoes, Orange Bourbon Glazed Ham and Caramel Apple Pie.

Locations for Thanksgiving 2021 Game Day Menu:

Thanksgiving Bowl

Main Club Bent Buckles (MBB208 & MBB232)
Main Club Sandwich Carts (MSC208 & MSC232)
Silver Club Bent Buckles (SBBN & SBBS)
Upper Concourse Bent Buckle Carts (UBB410 & UBB450)
Upper Smokehouse Stands (U412 and U442)

Thanksgiving Pies

Main Club Bent Buckles (MBB208 & MBB232)
Main Club Sandwich Carts (MSC208 & MSC232)
Silver Club Bent Buckles (SBBN & SBBS)
Upper Concourse Bent Buckle Carts (UBB410 & UBB450)
(4) HOF Stands will have the Thanksgiving Pie in place of the Cheesesteak Pie
(5) Stadium Drop Locations (MLGC303, MLHD318, MLHD328, MLHD342, V407)

“The annual Thanksgiving game day celebration is an honor we have each year with fans, and our entire team is so excited about the delicious food and high-energy experience we are preparing and hosting for everyone and their family and friends,” said Director of Food & Beverage for Legends, George Wasai.


Las Vegas Raiders vs. Dallas Cowboys | Week 12 NFL Game Preview

BREAKING: Donovan Wilson Placed On IR, Top Replacements At Safety For The Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys news is hot as Donovan Wilson is headed to injured reserve following the shoulder/chest injury he suffered in the Chiefs game. Wilson has stepped up and been a productive player for the Cowboys defense during the 2021 NFL Season. Donovan Wilson replacements will be a topic in today’s show following the Cowboys injury news. Dallas Cowboys Report host Tom Downey reacts to the Donovan Wilson injury news in today’s video!

Cowboys 2021 Playoff Scenarios: Week 12 Impact Games

Here are the current standings. With .500 teams currently holding the last two wild card spots, Washington and Atlanta are still very much in the conversation despite their 4-6 records.

Arizona Cardinals (9-2)
Green Bay Packers (8-3)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3)
Dallas Cowboys (7-3)
Los Angeles Rams (7-3)
Minnesota Vikings (5-5)
New Orleans Saints (5-5)
San Francisco 49ers (5-5)
Philadelphia Eagles (5-6)
Carolina Panthers (5-6)
Washington (4-6)
Atlanta Falcons (4-6)


The Buccaneers are ahead of the Cowboys based on a head-to-head victory.

The Vikings (4-2) are ahead of the Saints (4-4) and 49ers (4-4) based on a superior record in conference games.
The Saints are ahead of the 49ers based on a superior strength of victory valuation.
The Eagles are ahead of the Panthers based on a head-to-head victory.
Washington is ahead of the Falcons based on a head-to-head victory.

Despite missing Kyle Murray for the last few weeks, Arizona has kept winning and risen above the rest of the NFC frontrunners. They get Week 12 off as their bye and could easily remain the top seed with the other division leaders all in tough games.


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Can the Eagles still win the NFC East?

For much of this season, the Dallas Cowboys winning the NFC East has felt like a foregone conclusion. And despite the fact they’ve lost two out of their last three games, they’re still strong favorites to win the division. They have a 86% chance to clinch the crown, according to Football Outsiders’ playoff odds.

But, hey, what if the Cowboys’ recent struggles are a sign of more trouble to come? Can the surging Philadelphia Eagles actually catch up to them and steal the NFC East?!

Again, it’s not a likely development. But if the Cowboys lose to the Las Vegas Raiders today on Thanksgiving … well, it’ll definitely be worth having that conversation.

For the sake of all that is good in the world, let’s assume the Cowboys do lose and the Eagles beat the New York Giants. That would have Dallas at 7-4 and Philly at 6-6 with the following remaining schedules.

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