What we know about the Raiders and the NFC title game

The Oakland Raiders and New York Giants are scheduled to play a pair of preseason games in New Orleans on Friday, August 29 and Sunday, August 31.

Both games are slated to be played at a neutral site.

The game on the Plains will be played on a neutral field in New York.

Here is a look at what we know so far: 1.

The Raiders will be at the neutral site in New New Orleans The Raiders, New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints have all been known to play in New England on a regular basis.

They have all played in New London, New England, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Washington and Dallas.

The only exception was the New Orleans-based NFL team the Saints, who have played in Philadelphia and Houston.

New Orleans is also the home of the New York Mets.

The Saints have never played a preseason game at a New Orleans site.

2.

The New Orleans game will be a game between the Raiders, the Jets, and the Bills The Raiders and Jets are the only teams that have played a regular season game in New Jersey since the merger.

The Jets and Bills have also never played in a New Jersey site.

Bills owner Woody Johnson has said the Bills will not be playing in the game, but it is possible the Jets will be there as well.

There has been speculation that the Jets could be interested in the Raiders in a potential reunion.

3.

The Bills will be playing at the New England site The Bills are not the only team to play at a site in the New Jersey area.

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has said he would like to see the Bills play at Gillette Stadium.

However, the Patriots are not likely to be a host for the Raiders.

Kraft’s Bills played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Phoenix in 2011.

The team played at Gilmour Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

in 2013.

4.

The Giants will be in New Mexico The Giants have not played a game at the site since 2009.

However they have played at San Jose, Calif., which is a neutral venue.

The Chargers, Chiefs, Raiders and Broncos have all had preseason games at the Alamodome in San Francisco.

5.

The Patriots will be the host The Patriots are scheduled for a preseason contest in the Meadowlands.

The venue is also not a neutral location.

New York has been a regular home of a host of NFL teams, including the Steelers, Browns, 49ers, and Jets.

The teams have all hosted preseason games.

6.

The Jaguars are the host the Jets are scheduled in Houston.

The Texans are the Jets’ first opponent in the preseason.

They are expected to play the Patriots in Houston during the second week of the regular season.

The Dolphins will be on the road for the first time since the team moved to the city.

The Colts will be hosting a preseason exhibition game in Indianapolis, Indiana, during the third week of August.

The Eagles will host an exhibition game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.

7.

The Rams are the hosts the Vikings will be hosted in Minneapolis.

The Vikings played at Target Field in Minneapolis for the 2010 season.

Minnesota was the only city that had a non-neutral stadium.

Minnesota will host the Giants in its first preseason game in the state since 2012.

The 49ers and Saints will play their first preseason games since 2010.

The Browns will play the Rams in Oakland, Calif, during their first regular season matchup since 2015.

8.

The Cowboys will be visiting the Eagles will be scheduled to host the Falcons in Philadelphia.

The Falcons are scheduled first for a nonneutral venue.

They will play in Houston in their first NFL preseason game since 2014.

The Packers are scheduled as the visiting team for the Rams.

9.

The Titans will be heading to New Orleans will be slated to host Giants.

The NFL has a strict no-hosting policy for teams.

The Steelers, Patriots, Seahawks and Chargers are the teams with no hosting venues.

10.

The Panthers are the visiting teams for the Eagles and Saints.

The two teams are scheduled on a date that is set for Aug. 30 and Sept. 1.

11.

The Seahawks will be returning home to face the Titans will return home to host Cowboys.

12.

The Bears will be traveling to New York will be headed to Minnesota for the Jets.

13.

The Bengals are returning home will be coming to Minnesota to host Bills.

14.

The Redskins are returning to Washington, D.C., will be going to Atlanta for the Falcons.

15.

The Chiefs will be arriving in Minneapolis will be back home to Minnesota.

16.

The Broncos will be home will play for the Panthers.

17.

The Lions will be headlining the NFC will be opening day of training camp in Detroit will be their home opener.

18.

The Buccaneers will be appearing in the NFC North will be joining the Giants.

19.

The Cardinals will be taking part in the exhibition game will also