Not sure if this should be discussed here, but the Eagles proposed a rule change to games scheduled on Thanksgiving. The Cowboys and Lions would have to alternate home and away Thanksgiving games, so maybe this year the Cowboys host a game and the Lions play on the road, and next year the Cowboys play on the road and the Lions host a game. The Eagles withdrew it -- either because they believed it wouldn't pass or because they didn't want to give the appearance of dissing an NFC East rival or whatnot.
It's not a bad idea. The Cowboys and Lions get to play a home game on a short week every single year, while the other teams in the league have to alternate. Worse, the Cowboys get to play a home game on short rest and then host the Eagles after 11 days rest. I don't know how much of an advantage that gives them, but it's some advantage. The best solution would be to have every team playing on a short week host the game, while every team playing on 11 days rest play an away game.