When the NFL announced the 2019 season, there was a big focus on the performance cycle, the way the league worked in its first few years.
While the league has continued to innovate with the format, the focus has been on getting teams ready for games in the off-season.
A new study released in February showed that the most important time to make your roster for the 2019 regular season is the off season, and that means the end of training camp and the start of the regular season.
The most-important performance cycle is the start to the off year, the end to training camp, the start and end of the season.
As of now, the most-significant performance cycle for the league in 2019 is the 2017-2018 season.
Here are the most significant performance cycles of the last decade, in order of importance.
The NFL has not released the 2019 preseason schedule, but it is a safe bet that the league will run at least one preseason game in the early part of next season.
It will be interesting to see how many games the league runs, because it is likely that the 2019 schedule will have more than one game per week.
This article was originally published on December 13, 2018.