By Kimberly Leonard, P.I.
The following is a schedule of the four National Football League Thanksgiving Day games. (Thursdays from NFL.com and ThePostGame.com for standings and news updates throughout the day.)
Kansas City Chiefs (10-1) vs. Indianapolis Colts (7-4) in Mexico City; NBC, 1 p.m.
The Chiefs have played every Thanksgiving game since 1970, but this will be the first to be played in Mexico.
So, what are Chiefs fans planning to do on the day that most Americans use as a family holiday? Well, expect tailgating everywhere.
In fact, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported in September that Kansas City residents planned to spend $550 per household on Thanksgiving Day.
Andrew Luck and the Colts, meanwhile, come in with some momentum after a recent two-game winning streak.
After a rough start this season, the Colts are now tied for second place in the AFC South behind the Tennessee Titans.
Kansas City is coming off its bye week. The Chiefs are seeking their first 11-win season in club history.
The Chiefs are especially happy to be home after traveling nearly 50,000 miles during the first 15 weeks of the season, the most for any team in the NFL.
Bill Pollack is a CBSSports.com contributor, AFC wide receiver, and writes about the NFL. Follow him on Twitter at @BillPollackNFL.