Top 10 Thanksgiving moments in NFL history

Over the years, NFL games on Thanksgiving have included some great performances, memorable moments and forgettable gaffes. Take a look at the top 10:

O.J. Simpson added some "Juice" -- rushing for a Thanksgiving Day-record 273 yards -- to what wound up as a 27-14 Bills defeat at the hands of the Lions at the Pontiac Silverdome on Thanksgiving Day 1976.
When a Thanksgiving Day showdown in 1998 between the Steelers and Lions went into overtime, it became an unexpected coin flip adventure for Jerome Bettis and referee Phil Luckett.
The Dolphins set a Thanksgiving Day record by dropping 55 points on the St. Louis Cardinals in 1977 as Bob Griese threw for six touchdowns, a record that has since been tied by Peyton Manning.
If it wasn't bizarre enough that there was snow accumulating on the Texas Stadium turf, the absurd occurred with just 10 seconds left in the game, when a blocked field goal gave Leon Lett another place in NFL infamy.
On Thanksgiving Day 1974, Cowboys rookie Clint Longley, playing in place of an injured Roger Staubach, threw a winning 50-yard touchdown pass to Drew Pearson with 28 seconds remaining to defeat the Redskins.