Below is a roundup of the latest schedule rumors and leaks as the 8 p.m. ET reveal approaches.
The 62,062-seat stadium in North London also will host an NFC South matchup the following week, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will play the rival Carolina Panthers on October 13. Los Angeles played in three nationally televised games in 2018.
The Bears-Raiders matchup will be the first of four regular-season games played in London this season, including two at the newly constructed home of English Premier League power Tottenham Hotspur.
The Dolphins, who will face former teammate Jarvis Landry when they visit Cleveland, have a whopping six matchups against teams who have starting quarterbacks from the 2018 National Football League draft: Baker Mayfield (Browns), Sam Darnold (Jets), Josh Allen (Bills) and Lamar Jackson (Ravens).
Seattle will face the following teams at home: Cardinals, Rams, 49ers, Buccaneers, Ravens, Bengals and Vikings. This will also be the team's second consecutive game in London as they played Seattle there last season.
As noted, the contest will count as a home game for the Buccaneers.
The date of one of the most anticipated games of the 2019 season has just been leaked. The complete slate includes three divisional games and five playoff participants.