Or should I say Sundays, as Seattle won't play again until Monday Dec.2.

I don't think that anyone can deny that this has been a very special season for Seattle Seahawks fans. 10-1. Best record in the National Football League. A commanding lead in the NFC West with five games to go. Undefeated at home. The list goes on and on.

For the team, the bye week comes at a great time. It's a chance to heal up, rest and look ahead to the remainder of the season.

For me, the bye week means no Seahawks game to keep my Sunday afternoon occupied.

During most of the season, my whole Sunday is structured around watching Seattle play football between 1p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Even when they play a 10 a.m. game, my football biorhythms are out of sync. I don't really watch the other games, as I am not invested in any team except my Seahawks.

What to do this Sunday?

Looks like it's time to get those Christmas lights up for the holiday season. Or not.

Shopping? Perhaps.

Spending time with my family? Maybe.

Any ideas? Leave me a comment.

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