The NFL will likely have its season over after Super Sunday, but the league will not have a bye week for the first time since the 1990s.
The league’s rules stipulate the league has two weeks off per year, and it’s unlikely the league would extend the two weeks for the 2016 season.
The league announced on Friday that the first week off will be Oct. 11-12 and that the second week off is Oct. 25-26.
That means the NFL will have a break of just two weeks before the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl is scheduled for Feb. 1.
The two weeks will be the NFL’s longest break since the Super-8 break, which ended in 2011.
The NFL did have a week off in 2016 after the Patriots won the Superbowl.