2014 NFL schedule to be released this week

Former Raiders running back, Bo Jackson, lights 'The fire that burns brightest' torch in honor of Al Davis prior to a game at O.co Coliseum - Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The long anticipated released of the 2014 NFL schedule is set to happen this week. Originally the release was slated for Tuesday but according to Pro Football Talk, that release could possibly be delayed until Wednesday or perhaps even Thursday.

Each team already knows who their 2014 opponents will be both home and away. The results have the Raiders with the NFL's toughest schedule based on 2013 records. Here is the list of Raiders home and away opponents:

Home: Broncos, Chiefs, Chargers, Bills, Texans, *Dolphins, 49ers, Cardinals

Away: Broncos, Chiefs, Chargers, Patriots, Jets, Browns, Rams, Seahawks

For those teams playing in London, that game has been set with opponents and dates. The Raiders will have a 'home game' against the Dolphins in the first of three London games on September 28.

The last piece of the puzzle is which weeks each team will play each other, prime time match-ups and each team's bye week. The final schedule release will reveal all and then we can start dissecting it.

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