Knowing the bye weeks for each team should not play a huge role in your fantasy draft, but is certainly something worth considering. If you are struggling to decide between two players, getting someone with a bye week that doesn’t match other players on your teams will make a difference.
This is especially true when drafting a backup quarterback, tight end, kicker, or defense since you only start one player at this position each week, and rarely draft more than one backup.
|Week 4||Green Bay, Philadelphia|
|Week 5||Jacksonville, Kansas City, New Orleans, Seattle|
|Week 6||Minnesota, Tampa Bay|
|Week 7||Carolina, Dallas|
|Week 8||Baltimore, Los Angeles, Miami, NY Giants, Pittsburgh, San Francisco|
|Week 9||Arizona, Chicago, Cincinnati, Houston, New England, Washington|
|Week 10||Buffalo, Detroit, Indianapolis, Oakland|
|Week 11||Atlanta, Denver, NY Jets, San Diego|
|Week 13||Cleveland, Tennessee|