The NFL is trying to make things easier for teams that are on the verge of losing to a playoff team.
The league is considering changes that would allow teams to skip the bye week and start the season with a bye.
The move would be effective for teams with the bye weeks of Week 1, 2 and 3, and Week 3.
The NFL will also start the regular season with two bye weeks in Week 4.
The bye weeks will be added to the regular schedule.
The proposed changes are a major boost for teams who are trying to get out of the playoffs this year, which are facing the first-place Houston Texans and the first place Green Bay Packers.
It’s a tough sell for the Packers.
The team is 3-13 this season.
The new rules would be the first of its kind in the NFL.
In the past, teams would have to get the bye in Week 1 of the regular calendar season to avoid the postseason.
But now, teams could skip Week 1 if they wanted to.
This change is more in line with the way the NFL does things now, with a three-week break in Week 5 and Week 6.
The rule changes would allow the NFL to get more of its regular season games off the field.
They would not affect the teams that play on Sunday night games.
It would also not affect playoff games.
The changes were announced Thursday and will be made public in the next few days.
The league did not have a deadline to make changes.
A team can make the change if it gets three of its final five games on bye or if it is tied with one other team for the fifth spot in the division.
The change would be a major boon for the teams on the cusp of the postseason, but the league’s rule-making process has been plagued by infighting.