Bye Week

Some articles on bye week, bye, week, weeks, byes:

Bloomington Edge - Past Seasons - 2010 - Season Schedule
... Date Opponent Home/Away Result February 27 BYE WEEK March 6 Richmond Revolution Home Lost 37-49 March 13 Green Bay Blizzard Home Won 24-20 March 21 Chicago Slaughter Away Won 27-26 March ...
1999 National Football League Season
... was forced to give at least one team a bye each week ... Previously, the league never gave a club the week off during the first two weeks or last seven weeks of the season (the only exception being in 1992, when the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots had ... Under this new system, for ten weeks of the season (Week #1 to Week #2, and Week #10 to Week #17), exactly one team was scheduled a bye for seven weeks of the season (We ...
Bye (sports) - Other Uses - Gridiron Football and Major League Baseball
... from each of the two conferences which possess the best regular season record with a bye in the playoffs ... power of 2, so four teams must be eliminated in the first week to get down to eight teams ... League Baseball joins the NFL in having byes, which are awarded to all division winners ...
Reliant Stadium - History - Hurricane Ike Damage
... became known, the NFL rescheduled the Texans Ravens game to week 10 (November 9, 2008), which was to have been the bye week for the Ravens and the Texans scheduled home game against the Cincinnati ... That game was rescheduled to week 8 (October 26), which was to have been the bye week for both the Texans and Bengals ... The Bengals bye week was moved from October 26 to November 9, originally scheduled for the Ravens ...
Green Bay Blizzard - Past Seasons - 2010 Season Schedule
... Away (EXHIB.) Won 14-11 February 28 BYE WEEK March 6 Sioux City Bandits Away Won 69-61 March 13 Bloomington Extreme Away Lost 20-24 March 19 La Crosse Spartans Home Won 48-12 March 26 ...

Famous quotes containing the words week and/or bye:

    It is remarkable how easily and insensibly we fall into a particular route, and make a beaten track for ourselves. I had not lived there a week before my feet wore a path from my door to the pond-side; and though it is five or six years since I trod it, it is still quite distinct. It is true, I fear, that others may have fallen into it, and so helped to keep it open.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    You will eat, bye and bye,
    When you’ve learned how to cook and to fry;
    Chop some wood, ‘twill do you good,
    And you’ll eat in the sweet bye and bye.
    Joe Hill (1879–1914)