Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule December 3, 2012  |  Chet


I did a quick update of the rest of the season fantasy football strength of schedule to help with some playoff decisions. So here is that.

The average is for Weeks 14-16. I didn’t put week 17 in, since most leagues finish before then.

The higher the number, the crappier the defense is against that particular position, yo.

4 Responses

  1. Stinkyjak says:

    WK 14 ?

    If you also have Matt Stafford at QB, would you start Stevan Ridley (NE vs HOU) with his horrible match-up or would you sacrifice up side and try to hedge with Mikel Leshoure (DET at GB) knowing Bell is taking touches?

  2. Jermichael says:

    10 Team PPR: we play 1 more week before playoffs, I want to start VJax this week but not sure if I should, also gates or vernon? Here’s my team: Eli, Luck, Dez, Marshall, Wayne, Cruz, VJax, Bowe, Sanu (dropping for a rb), Ray Rice, AP, DMC, Vernon, Gates. How would you roll for week 14?
    Thanks!

  3. emceeperiod says:

    Two quick questions.

    1. You said you didn’t put in week 17, but it looks like you put in week 17.

    2. Yahoo shows that HOU D v WR is 14th best, while you have them with a 28.8 ranking, easily the highest #, making them the worst D…

    Are these errors or am I missing something?

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