NFL 2012 Schedule, Week 4: Broncos host Raiders, Chargers visit Chiefs

Week 4 of the 2012 NFL schedule sees a pair of AFC West matchups as the Denver Broncos take on the Oakland Raiders, and the San Diego Chargers face the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. San Diego and Kansas City are scheduled to kick off at 11 a.m. MT, while Denver and Oakland meet at 2:05. Both games take place on CBS.

The AFC West race is tight, with the Chargers possessing the only winning record at 2-1. The Broncos, Raiders, and Chiefs are all one game back at 1-2. Week 4 could start to see some teams separate, or bring them even closer together.

Elsewhere around the league, the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens meet at 6:20 p.m. Thursday night in Baltimore on the NFL Network. The Sunday night prime time matchup features the New York Giants visiting the Philaelphia Eagles at 6:20 on NBC. Monday night brings together the Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys in an old-school NFL pairing at 6:30 on ESPN.

For a complete listing of all the games, be sure to check out S.I.'s NFL schedule page.

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