ALAMEDA -- The Raiders play a “home game” against the Miami Dolphins in London on Sept. 28 and that their bye comes directly after. We’ll know other pertinent times and dates of the remaining regular season games on Wednesday at 5 p.m., when the NFL formally unveils the 2014 schedule.
The league will do so with typical pomp and circumstance, live on NFL Network.
Recent results suggest the Raiders won’t have many primetime games, though every team has a Thursday night affair on the docket.
With games against the NFC West and division games against the loaded AFC West, we know the schedule will be daunting. We know the teams and sites of the 16-game slate. Here’s a list of opponents the Raiders play and where:
Miami (in London)