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Developing the 256-game regular season schedule

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in a fair and balanced fashion isn’t the easiest task to accomplish each spring. When trying to account for stadium availability Giorgio Tavecchio Jersey , broadcast partners, international games and other variables, random quirks can surface in the different iterations of the schedule.One particular quirk that was produced by the 2019 schedule has left NFL V.P. of broadcasting Michael North expressing some regret.Via Nate Davis of , North said he wishes they had another shot at producing the schedules for the Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers as both teams will go seven weeks between playing games in their home stadium.“This is one that the NFL would love to have back. It’s certainly not unusual for an NFL team to have one home game over a six-week stretch,” North said. “But when that one home [game] isn’t actually home, this is likely something that the NFL would seek to avoid in the future.“I’d love a redo on that one.”After opening the season with home games against the Denver Broncos (Sept. 9) and Kansas City Chiefs (Sept. 15), the Raiders don’t play another home game until Week Nine against the Detroit Lions (Nov. 3). They play four road games, serve as the home team against the Chicago Bears in London and have their bye week between games at the Oakland Coliseum.For the Buccaneers, they head on the road after hosting the New York Giants in Week Three (Sept. 22). They don’t play at Raymond James Stadium again until Week Ten against the Arizona Cardinals (Nov. 10). They also play four games on the road, get their bye week and travel to London to host the Carolina Panthers during that stretch. The Raiders were open for business in round two twice trading back, first with the Jaguars and then with the Bills.In the trade with the Jaguars the Raiders dealt their 35th, 140th, and 235th..."The Raiders were open for business in round two twice trading back, first with the Jaguars and then with the Bills.In the trade with the Jaguars the Raiders dealt their 35th, 140th, and 235th picks for the Jaguars 38th and 109th picks.In the Bills deal the Raiders picked up the 40th and 158th for their 38th overall.It was a masterful job of wheeling and dealing to move up 31 spots into round four while getting back a fifth round pick.When the Raiders finally decided to make a pick it was cornerback, Trayvon Mullen from Clemson.Mullen is a great combination of size (6 foot 1) and speed (4.4).He was a star in the National Championship game where he earned defensive most valuable player.The Raiders will not be selecting in round three unless they trade back up but will have two selections in round 4.See Round 2 (Picks 33-64)Round 3Pick 65: Arizona Cardinals: Zach Allen, DE, Boston CollegePick 66: Pittsburgh Steelers: Diontae Johnson, WR, ToledoPick 67: San Francisco 49ers: Jalen Hurd, WR, BaylorPick 68: New York Jets: Jachai Polite, OLB, FloridaPick 69: Jacksonville Jaguars: Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose StateTRADE: Buccaneers trade pick 70 to LA Rams for picks 94 and 99Pick 70: Los Angeles Rams - Darrell Henderson, RB, MemphisPick 71: Denver Broncos: Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio StatePick 72: Cincinnati Bengals: Germaine Pratt, OLB, NC StatePick 73: Chicago Bears: David Montgomery, RB, Iowa StateTrade: Patriots trade pick 73 to Chicago Bears for picks 87, 162, and a 2020 fourth round pickPick 74: Buffalo Bills: Devin Singletary, RB, FAUPick 75: Green Bay Packers: Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&MPick 76: Washington Redskins: Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio StatePick 77: New England Patriots: Chase Winovich, DE, Michigan Pick 78: Miami Dolphins: Michael Deiter, G, WisconsinPick 79: Los Angeles Rams: David Long, CB, MichiganPick 80: Cleveland Browns: Sione Takitaki, LB, BYUPick 81: Detroit Lions: Will Harris DeAndre Washington Jersey , S, Boston CollegeTrade: Vikings trade pick 81 to the Detroit Lions for picks 88 and 204Pick 82: Tennessee Titans: Nate Davis, G, CharlottePick 83: Pittsburgh Steelers: Justin Layne, CB, Michigan StatePick 84: Kansas City Chiefs: Khalen Saunders, DT, Western IllinoisPick 85: Baltimore Ravens: Jaylon Ferguson, DE, Louisiana TechPick 86: Houston Texans: Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego StatePick 87: New England Patriots: Damien Harris, RB, AlabamaPick 88: Seattle Seahawks: Cody Barton, OLB, UtahPick 89: Indianapolis Colts: Bobby Okereke, ILB, StanfordPick 90: Dallas Cowboys: Connor McGovern, G, Penn StatePick 91: Los Angeles Chargers: Trey Pipkins, OT, Sioux FallsPick 92: New York Jets: Chuma Edoga, OT, USCTrade: Vikings trade pick 92 to the Jets for picks 93 and 217Pick 93: Baltimore Ravens: Miles Boykin, WR, Notre DameTrade: Vikings trade pick 93 to the Ravens for picks 102, 191, 193Pick 94: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via LAR): Jamal Dean, CB, AuburnPick 95: New York Giants: Oshane Ximines, DE, Old Dominion Pick 96: Buffalo Bills: Dawson Know, TE, Ole MissTrade: Redskins trade pick 96 to the Bills for picks 112 and 131Pick 97: Los Angeles Rams: Bobby Evans, OT, OklahomaPick 98: Jacksonville Jaguars: Quincy Williams, S, Murray StatePick 99: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via LAR): Mike Edwards, S, KentuckyPick 100: Carolina Panthers: Will Grier, QB, West VirginiaPick 101: New England Patriots: Yodney Cajuste, OT, West Virginia Pick 102: Minnesota Vikings: Alex Mattison, RB, Boise StateSee Round 4 selectionsBest Available PlayersGerald Willis, DI, MiamiGerald Willis, DI, Miami
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