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2024 NFL bye weeks for all 32 teams - ESPN

Every NFL team gets one bye week a season on its schedule — a week in which they don't play in a game, allowing time for players and coaches to regroup. Coaches typically use the time to reassess the game plan, while players use the time to rest and prepare for the next stretch of the season.

In 2024, the NFL bye weeks will occur from Week 5 to Week 15. There are no byes during Week 8 or 13. The number of teams on a bye during a given week will span from two teams (Week 7 and Week 9) to as many as six teams (Week 12 and Week 14) this season.

Whether you are curious about your favorite team's week off or need to know for planning for fantasy leagues, here is the 2024 bye week schedule:

Detroit Lions

Los Angeles Chargers

Philadelphia Eagles

Tennessee Titans

Kansas City Chiefs

Los Angeles Rams

Miami Dolphins

Minnesota Vikings

Chicago Bears

Dallas Cowboys

Pittsburgh Steelers

San Francisco 49ers

Cleveland Browns

Green Bay Packers

Las Vegas Raiders

Seattle Seahawks

Arizona Cardinals

Carolina Panthers

New York Giants

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Atlanta Falcons

Buffalo Bills

Cincinnati Bengals

Jacksonville Jaguars

New Orleans Saints

New York Jets

Baltimore Ravens

Denver Broncos

Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts

New England Patriots

Washington Commanders

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