The full ​NFL schedule won't be released for another couple of months, but it appears there's two ​Thanksgiving matchups fans can expect to see next November. 


According to Sports Business Daily, Thanksgiving mainstays the ​Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions will 'likely' take on the Dolphins and Bears, respectively.

This would be the second straight year the Lions face the Chicago Bears on Turkey Day. Detroit previously took on the Minnesota Vikings in both 2016 and 2017. The Dolphins and Cowboys have met on Thanksgiving five times previously (1973, 1993, 1999, 2003 and 2011).


The most famous matchup came in 1993, when Dallas defensive lineman Leon Lett fumbled the game away, eventually leading to a Miami win on a last-second field goal.

The NFL will be celebrating its 100th birthday next season, so it's not surprising to see the league put these these two games with storied histories on the schedule.