With the Packers on a one-week hiatus, this might be a good time to get some yard work done, buy some Halloween candy or hang the Christmas lights.
Of course, the games will go one. Here is a look at what's happening:
BLADES OF GLORY
The Admirals are 1-1-1 after three games, but the victory came on home ice. Coach Lane Lambert's club plays host to Iowa at 7 p.m. at the Bradley Center.
GET YOUR KICKS
Deco and Chico may sound like Marx Brothers, but they actually are Brazilian futsal prodigies who are expected to help the Wave return to championship form this season. Deco and Chic are expected to debut in an exhibition match against Northern Illinois. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. at the Brookfield Indoor Soccer Complex. Admission is $5.
After running into a Josh Beckett buzzsaw Thursday night in Cleveland, the Indians will try to close out the Red Sox at Fenway. Fausto Carmona will face off against Curt Schilling, who may pull out his famous bloody sock in an effort to help his team stave off elimination.
After a pair of humbling losses -- a frustrating setback at Illinois and a complete beat-down at Penn State -- the Badgers return to Camp Randall Stadium and are favored by three touchdowns against Northern Illinois. If you want to see the game, head over to Regent St. and look for a ticket. It will be televised on the Big Ten Network, which means cable subscribers are out of luck.
The Bucks celebrate their 40th anniversary this season and the team also extends its relationship with Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, which will benefit from the proceeds of a game against Minnesota. Tipoff is at 7:30 p.m. at the Bradley Center.
TAKE A BREAK
The Packers aren't playing this week, so you can either watch out of market games and obsess about how your fantasy team is doing, or try something different. Like talking to family and friends.