In NFL Network’s Championship Week, they will be devoting a full day to Raiders programming. That’s right a full day of Raiders goodness.
Here is the full schedule (all times are Pacific):
10:00am — NFL’s Greatest Games: Sea of Hands
11:30am — NFL’s Greatest Games: Ghost to the Post
2:00pm — 2016 Week 1: Raiders at New Orleans
3:00pm — 2016 Week 12: Panthers at Oakland
5:00pm — Top 10 All Time Oakland Raiders
6:00pm — Ken Stabler: A Football Life
7:00pm — Lyle Alzado: A Football Life
9:00pm — Marcus Allen: A Football Life
10:00pm — Al Davis: A Football Life
The day starts with two legendary games in the Raiders history. The 1974 playoff game between the Raiders and Dolphins and the 1977 AFC Divisional playoff game between the Raiders and the Baltimore Colts.
Then at 1pm, an hour of Up to the Minute and it’s back to the Raiders, featuring two of the Raiders heart pounding comeback wins on the season — the opener in New Orleans and Khalil Mack’s masterful performance against the Panthers in Oakland in week 12 which was the clincher that helped him take home Defensive Player of the Year.
Another one hour break for NFL Total Access at 4pm then it’s the Top 10 Raiders of all time, followed by ‘A Football Life’ episodes for Ken Stabler, Lyle Alzado, Marcus Allen and Al Davis. In between at 8pm is another NFL Total Access.
At midnight, there will be replays of the Top 10 Raiders, and Ken Stabler and Lyle Alzado: A Football Life.
This day of Raiders programming is the third in NFL Network’s Championship Week. It began on Monday with the Patriots lienasty, continued with the Cowboys on Tuesday, Raiders on Wednesday, Steelers Thursday, and Packers Friday.