Redskins at Cowboys game day: Analysis, pregame reading and how to watch

Ezekiel Elliott, right, and Dallas will be trying to plow through Washington on Thanksgiving day. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

This is the place to discuss the game all day with fellow fans. Updates here are infrequent, but are constant on the live blog during the game.

Even in this shortest of turnarounds, there’s been no shortage of buildup for this game: The rivalry is back. This is even better than the 2012 Thanksgiving clash in Dallas. Kirk is the man. Dak is the man too, not Tony. These Cowboys resemble the ones from the ’90s. Don’t tell the Redskins what they can’t do.

Both teams are coming in hot — Dallas winners of nine straight, with only a one-point season-opening loss, and Washington 6-1-1 since an 0-2 start. The teams met in Week 2 and the Redskins had Dallas on the ropes before an end-zone interception thrown by Cousins; Prescott then led his first game-winning drive.

The teams are different now, better maybe. All that hype is a lot to take in. Makes you wonder when you’ll even have time to serve Thanksgiving dinner. (We asked folks when they were eating, here.)

Here’s everything you need to know to get you prepped for this one:

The basics:
Washington Redskins (6-3-1) at Dallas Cowboys (9-1)
Kickoff: 4:30 p.m. ET at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Tex.
TV: Fox, Ch. 5, 45
Radio: 980 AM; 92.7 and 94.3 FM.
SiriusXM: SIRI 83 or 88, internet…