Raiders projected to have NFL's hardest strength of schedule in 2019

Ross Houston
April 17, 2019

They beat the Cowboys 17-6 in a preseason contest on August 2, 1986 and defeated the Buccaneers 24-18 in a regular-season clash on October 23, 2011.

Except for a home-and-home series with each of their NFC South opponents, the Saints will see teams from the NFC West and AFC South. The NFL Schedule Release Special on Wednesday night will unveil the full schedule for 2019, including TV channels, primetime dates and bye weeks.

The schedule will also include four trips (Baltimore, Cincinnati, Tampa Bay, Washington) to the Eastern time zone, where San Francisco has not won a game since the 2014 season (at New York Giants on November 16, 2014).

The Seahawks' road games will come against the Cardinals, Rams, and 49ers, as well as the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

From pro days to OTA practices to this schedule release, no one turns a non-event into a Twitter and television spectacle like the National Football League does. We know from the league-wide announcement last week, that the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears would kick off the 2019 season.

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