Monday, September 8 7:15 Denver Broncos ESPN
Sunday, September 14 10:00 @ Kansas City Chiefs CBS
Sunday, September 21 10:00 @ Buffalo Bills CBS
Sunday, September 28 1:05 San Diego Chargers CBS
Sunday, October 5 BYE WEEK
Sunday, October 12 10:00 @ New Orleans Saints CBS
Sunday, October 19 1:15 New York Jets CBS
Sunday, October 26 10:00 @ Baltimore Ravens CBS
Sunday, November 2 1:15 Atlanta Falcons FOX
Sunday, November 9 1:05 Carolina Panthers FOX
Sunday, November 16 10:00 @ Miami Dolphins CBS
Sunday, November 23 1:05 @ Denver Broncos CBS
Sunday, November 30 1:15 Kansas City Chiefs CBS
Thursday, December 4 5:15 @ San Diego Chargers NFLN
Sunday, December 14 1:15 New England Patriots CBS
Sunday, December 21 1:05 Houston Texans CBS
Sunday, December 28 10:00 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers CBS
There can be no better Opening Day for a Raider Nation than hosting the Denver Broncos on Monday Night. Period.
It will be the last game played in Week One and every eye will be glued to the Silver and Black and our loyal Nation. Fantasy Numbers, parlays and office pools will keep the fans across the "Other" Nation tuned in while Al unveils his 2008 squad.
Thank You Schedule makers.
Getting Buffalo in week 3 is also a blessing because I would hate to go in there in December and try to run our offense or stop theirs.
Once again, Thank You Schedule Makers.
The best part about this schedule is that we will have home games for nearly a month straight!!!
From October 19th to November 9th we will get the Jets, Panthers and Falcons IN OAKLAND and play only one road game, in Baltimore.
This is the gelling point. A 3-1 or 4-0 run through this part of the schedule will set the season on FIRE with 7 games left and will build the momentum that the team will need to knock off three tough road teams San Diego, Denver and Tampa and also deal with New England in OAKLAND on December 14th.
How does this schedule sit with the Rest Of You, Raider Nation?