Week 10 - 10/8 - 10/11 Week 11 - 10/11 - 10/14 Week 12 - 10/14 - 10/17 Week 13 - 10/17 - 10/20 Week 14 - 10/20 - 10/23 Week 15 - 10/23 - 10/26 Week 16 - 10/26 - 10/29 Week 17 - 10/29 - 11/1 Wildcard - 11/1 - 11/3 (shorter advances for less games) Divisional - 11/3 - 11/5 Conference - 11/5 - 11/7 Superbowl - 11/7 - 11/9 Offseason Stage 1 - 11/10 10pm EST deadline - Resignings Offseason Stage 2&3 - 11/11 10pm EST deadline - Free Agency Period 1 Offseason Stage 4&5 - 11/12 10pm EST deadline - Free Agency Period 2 Offseason Stage 6 - 11/13 10pm EST deadline - Free Agency Final Offseason Stage 7 - 11/13 - 11/16 - Final Scouting/Draft Prep Offseason Stage 8 - Sunday 11/16 - DRAFT Offseason Stage 9 - Sunday 11/16 - Rookie Signings (automatic) Offseason stages are the only time you can perform actual position changes. During season you can only move players from LT to RT for example. In the offseason you can move DE's to OLB etc. Season 2 Begins Restricted Free Agency - 11/17 10pm EST deadline - Waivers Period 1 Restricted Free Agency - 11/18 10pm EST deadline - Waivers Period 2 Restricted Free Agency - 11/19 10pm EST deadline - Waivers Period 3 Preseason Week 1-4 - 11/19 -11/22 - Preseason (optional play, simulated preseason) Season 2 Opens - Sunday 11/23 More details on how we will do Season 2 to follow. Since it is a simulated season I have to figure out logistical things like player re-signings etc. As for the holiday - it had to fall on something. You'll also notice quite a bit of leeway in there for the playoffs (which typically go very fast in leagues) and the offseason stages, in particular the final scouting stage. I tried to leave some leeway in there in case we want to move the Draft up or backward depending on everyone's availability. Keep in mind its unrealistic to get 32 owners on the same pages. In my years running leagues Sunday night is almost always the best time to do it and it typically takes about 2-3hours from start to finish. Anyway, now is your chance to start weighing in on how you think the schedule lays out and most importantly what your preferred time for the draft would be. A weeknight? Maybe Saturday afternoon or Saturday night as opposed to Sunday day/night? Let me know what you guys think. Sound off!