Raiders 2012 Schedule: Oakland Opens Up On Monday Night Football

The Oakland Raiders schedule for 2012 was released on Tuesday night and, in a move that was a bit surprising based on last season's results, the team was awarded two primetime games. Both of the nationally televised games will be against divisional opponents, though, which makes sense in the always up-for-grabs AFC West.

The full schedule is included below, but if one wants to get the goods, SB Nation Bay Area has already decided which games Oakland actually has a chance at winning.

Week 1: Chargers @ Raiders: Mon Sept. 10, 7:15 Monday Night Football late game (ESPN)

Week 2: Raiders @ Dolphins: Sun Sept. 16, 1:15 Pacific (CBS)

Week 3: Steelers @ Raiders: Sun Sept. 23, 1:15 Pacific (CBS)

Week 4: Raiders @ Broncos: Sunday Sept. 30, 1:05 Pacific (CBS)

Week 5: BYE

Week 6: Raiders @ Falcons: Sunday Oct. 14, 10:00 Pacific (CBS)

Week 7: Jaguars @ Raiders: Sunday Oct. 21, 1:15 Pacific (CBS)

Week 8: Raiders @ Chiefs: Sunday Oct. 28, 1:05 Pacific (CBS)

Week 9: Buccaneers @ Raiders: Sunday Nov. 4, 1:15 Pacific (FOX)

Week 10: Raiders @ Ravens: Sun, Nov. 11, 10:00 Pacific (CBS)

Week 11: Saints @ Raiders Sun, Nov 18, 1:05 Pacific (FOX)

Week12: Raiders @ Bengals Sun, Nov. 25, 10:00 Pacific (CBS)

Week 13: Browns @ Raiders: Sun, Dec. 2, 1:15 Pacific (CBS)

Week 14: Broncos @ Raiders: TNF Thurs, Dec. 5, 5:20 Pacific (NFL)

Week 15: Chiefs @ Raiders: Sun, Dec 16, 1:15 Pacific (CBS)

Week 16: Raiders @ Panthers: Sun, Dec 23, 10:00 Pacific (CBS)

Week 17: Raiders @ Chargers, Sun, Dec. 30, 1:15 Pacific (CBS)

For more on the Raiders, check out Silver and Black Pride.

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