According to Weather.com, it will be 58 degrees Fahrenheit during opening kickoff at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. The temperature will only drop to about 51 degrees before the end of the ball game. There is no chance of precipitation and no wind chill.
One thing to keep an eye on is that the humidity will rise as the game goes on. It will be 42 percent humidity around kickoff and it will get all the way up to 56 percent during the fourth quarter. This could effect footing in the second half of Sunday Night Football.
However, wind will not be an issue in the ball game whatsoever. The players will only have to deal with about a three mile per hour wind coming from the north direction. It will be coming from the northwest during the first half, but then coming from the northeast during the second half.
So we’re looking at a game in the 50s with no chance of rain and no wind chill. The only thing to worry about might be the climb in humidity, so the Raiders just need to be careful of their footing in the second half and they should be fine.