NFL Schedule 2012: Oakland Raiders Vs. Miami Dolphins Week 2 Game Moved To Sunday At 10 AM PT

The NFL Schedule was released earlier this week, and it was pretty clear that the Raiders would have some tough contests ahead. However, it's only been a few days, and already changes have been made to the original schedule. The Raiders released this statement on the schedule change involving the Week 2 contest between the Miami Dolphins and the Oakland Raiders.

The game will thus start in the early afternoon time slot, which would be a 10 AM kickoff on the East Coast. It can't be a comfortable feeling for Raiders fans to have such an early start for an East Coast game, as there could be considerable time-adjustment difficulties for their team. The Dolphins should end up being the beneficiaries of this schedule change.

To discuss this schedule change with Dolphins fans, head on over to The Phinsider. To discuss the change with Raiders fans, go to Silver and Black Pride.

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