Thanksgiving is here, which means it's time to ignore your family and watch football.

As you know by now, there are always NFL games played on Thanksgiving, but the games change every year. The Cowboys and Lions are mainstays on the holiday, but the schedule and times are often mixed up, and now we have a bonus night game.

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Here, we answer all of your Thanksgiving 2016 football questions.

Who plays on Thanksgiving in 2016, and at what times?

— Vikings at Lions, 12:30 p.m. ET, CBS

Minnesota and Detroit will face off in an NFC North showdown, as both teams have 6-4 records and are tied atop the division. It will be an interesting battle between Matthew Stafford and Minnesota's tough defense. In the last three Thanksgiving Day games, the Lions quarterback has thrown for over 330 yards.

Key numbers:

Detroit: First team since 1940 with first 10 games all decided by seven or fewer points

Detroit: Won three straight Thanksgiving games by combined score of 119-41

Detroit defense: 108.5 opponent passer rating and 73.0 opponent completion percentage are both worst in NFL

Minnesota: 10-6 at Detroit since 2000

Minnesota offense: 2.7 rushing yards per carry is worst through 10 games since 1953 Giants

Minnesota offense: 4.7 yards per play is tied with Texans for worst in NFL

Minnesota defense: 4.8 opponent yards per play is tied for second best in NFL; 73.4 opponent passer rating is also second best

Matthew Stafford: 3-2 record, 13-5 TD-INT ratio, 343 passing yards per game, 99.4 passer rating on Thanksgiving since 2011

Sam Bradford: 0-3 and 80.3 career passer rating vs. Lions; 1-8 and 82.7 career passer rating vs. NFC North teams

Stefon Diggs: 7.44 receptions per game is third most in NFL

Game preview:

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— Redskins at Cowboys, 4:30 p.m. ET, FOX

Another division showdown, this time between NFC East foes. Dallas is riding a nine-game winning streak, while Washington also has played well of late. Rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott will look to continue their dominance for the Cowboys.

Key numbers:

Dallas: First 9-1 start in team history; 33 out of 67 teams in NFL history to start 9-1 have reached Super Bowl; 17 have won

Dallas offense: Eight straight games with 400 total yards is tied for NFL record with ‘13 Broncos and ‘07 Pats (both made Super Bowl)

Washington: 5-11 in Dallas since 2000

Washington offense: 6.4 yards per play is second best in the NFL

Washington defense: 4.6 opponent rushing yards per carry is tied for second worst in NFL

Ezekiel Elliott: 1,102 rushing yards, on pace for 1,763, which would be second most ever by a rookie (E. Dickerson, 1,808)

Elliott: Ladbrokes (British gambling site) odds to win MVP are 9-2, second best next to Tom Brady (9-4)

Dak Prescott: Five straight games with two-plus TD passes is tied with Dan Marino and Russell Wilson for most by rookie since merger

Prescott: 108.6 passer rating is best by a rookie through first 10 games since 1950; first rookie QB to lead team to 9-1 start

Dez Bryant: 14 multiple-TD games since entering NFL in 2010 is tied with Rob Gronkowksi for most among active players

Rob Kelley: 424 rushing yards is more than he had in any season in college; 107 rushing yards per game since Week 8 is third most in NFL

Kirk Cousins: NFL-best 329 passing yards per game on the road

Cousins: 1-3 record, 6-2 TD-INT, 96.4 passer rating in career vs. Cowboys

Jamison Crowder: NFL-best 16.3 yards per punt return; 100 receiving yards in three of last four games; 11.4 yards per target is NFL best since Week 7

— Steelers at Colts, 8:30 p.m. ET, NBC

Pittsburgh's hot offense will look to end the Colts' two-game winning streak. Ben Roethlisberger and Andrew Luck (if he plays) should provide a solid quarterback showdown as they throw to elite receivers in Antonio Brown and T.Y. Hilton.

Key numbers:

Pittsburgh: Won three straight games vs. Colts; 21-6 all-time against them (including playoffs)

Pittsburgh: Last loss in Indy was November 28, 2005; went on to win Super Bowl that season

Pittsburgh: Has not finished below .500 in a season since 2003; only Patriots have a longer active streak

Indianapolis: Has not beaten a team currently at .500 or better (0-4)

Indianapolis offense: 3.5 sacks allowed per game is worst in NFL

Antonio Brown: 77 receptions and 7.7 receptions per game are both most in NFL

Le’Veon Bell: 7.6 receptions per game is second in NFL; would be most by a running back over full season in NFL history

Ben Roethlisberger: 34-16 career record and 95.3 passer rating in night games

Roethlisberger: 886 passing yards, 10 TD and 0 INT in last two games vs. Colts

Scott Tolzien: 437 passing yards, 0 TD and 3 INTs in two career starts (all in 2013 filling in for Aaron Rodgers)

Frank Gore: Needs 58 rushing yards to pass Tony Dorsett for eighth on all-time list (12,739)

Game preview:

How can I watch or stream 2016 Thanksgiving football?

CBS will broadcast the early game on television, as well as on CBS All-Access for its subscribers. 

FOX will broadcast the late afternoon game on television, as well as on its FOX Sports GO app, or online.

NBC will broadcast the night game on television, as well as on its NBC Sports app, or online.

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Lions and Cowboys halftime show for Thanksgiving 2016

Performing at halftime for the Lions will be pop star Andy Grammer. The legendar

y Aretha Franklin will also have a role, as she will sing the national anthem.

The late afternoon game in Dallas will feature country singer Eric Church at halftime.

Contributing: Tadd Haislop, Alex Novick