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2013 NFL Bye Weeks

Each NFL team plays 16 games out of 17 weeks in the NFL schedule. The game that they don't play is called their bye week, or "Open Date". It is important in fantasy football to make sure that your starters and backups do not have the same bye week since one of the primary reasons for drafting backup players to have coverage during the bye week of your starter. From our Fantasy Football Dictionary

  Teams
Week 1 None
Week 2 None
Week 3 None
Week 4 Carolina, Green Bay
Week 5 Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, Washington
Week 6 Atlanta, Miami
Week 7 New Orleans, Oakland
Week 8 Baltimore, Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis, San Diego, Tennessee
Week 9 Arizona, Denver, Detroit, Jacksonville, New York Giants, San Francisco
Week 10 Cleveland, Kansas City, New England, New York Jets
Week 11 Dallas, St. Louis
Week 12 Buffalo, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Seattle
Week 13 None
Week 14 None
Week 15 None
Week 16 None
Week 17 None
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