By Daniel Friedman
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It’s not often that a New York football team plays on Thanksgiving.

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Here are the last five that ended with wins:

1. Nov. 25, 2010 — Jets 26, Bengals 10

Brad Smith scored on an 89-yard kickoff return and also scored on a 53-yard run as Gang Green defeated Cincinnati on its way to the AFC Championship game for the second straight season.

2. Nov. 25, 1982 — Giants 13, Lions 6

Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor picked off a pass and rumbled 97 yards to break a 6-6 fourth quarter stalemate.

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3. Nov. 22, 1962 — Titans 46, Broncos 45

Johnny Green threw for 292 yards and five touchdowns. Don Maynard picked up 105 receiving yards, and Larry Grantham had two interceptions for the team that soon after became known as the Jets.

4. Nov. 23, 1961 — Titans 21, Bills 14

Al Dorow did it all, throwing a 67-yard touchdown pass and rushing for a score to put New York ahead 14-7 on its way to the victory.

5. Nov. 24, 1960 — Titans 41, (Dallas) Texans 35

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Cotton Davidson threw two touchdown passes and racked up 226 passing yards. Abner Hayes and Maynard combined for three touchdowns.