Thursday Night Football Schedule 2012: Broncos Vs. Raiders Takes Place During Week 14

The Denver Broncos play five prime time games during the 2012 NFL season, but only one of those games will be on Thursday Night Football. The Broncos will visit the Oakland Raiders for the second game against the divisional rival this fall. They play in Sunday, Sept. 30, during Week 4.

There will be no Thursday night opener this season, which eliminates one game off the Thursday night schedule. However, the Thursday night schedule was expanded to 13 games, meaning plenty of opportunities for all teams to find a spot in prime time:

Here is the complete Thursday night schedule:

Week 2: Bears vs. Packers

Week 3: Giants vs. Panthers

Week 4: Browns vs. Ravens

Week 5: Cardinals vs. Rams

Week 6: Steelers vs. Titans

Week 7: Seahawks vs. 49ers

Week 8: Buccaneers vs. Vikings

Week 9: Chiefs vs. Chargers

Week 10: Colts vs. Jaguars

Week 11: Dolphins vs. Bills

Week 13: Saints vs. Falcons

Week 14: Broncos vs. Raiders

Week 15: Bengals vs. Eagles

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