The NFL released the entire 2013 regular season schedule on Thursday night. Here's the regular season schedule for the Oakland Raiders.
There's only one primetime appearance this season, and it comes early against the Denver Broncos in Week 3. They're one of the rare teams that have no games on NFL Network during the regular season, but the criteria of having every team on during Thursday night is extended into the Thanksgiving afternoon games. The Raiders play in Dallas against the Cowboys in a late afternoon tilt on Thanksgiving.
All three of Oakland's final games are against AFC West opponents, along with three of their first six games. The bye week falls on week seven.
Here's the full slate of games for the San Francisco 49ers during the 2013 season. The entire NFL regular season schedule was released on Thursday night, while the four pre-season games were announced earlier this month.
KPIX, San Francisco's CBS affiliate, will show three of the four preseason games with the third game against the Minnesota Vikings being nationally televised on NBC.
The 49ers have five primetime games during the regular season, the max amount of primetime games an NFL team can get per season. Three of the first five games will be at night with two on NBC Sunday Night Football and one on NFL Network Thursday Night Football. The later two will be on ESPN Monday Night Football.
Thursday, August 8
vs Denver Broncos
Friday, August 16
at Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday, August 25
vs Minnesota Vikings
Thursday, August 29
at San Diego Chargers
All games will be replayed on NFL Network and available live and on-demand with NFL Preseason Live.