Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule November 1, 2012  |  Chet

Here is the fantasy football strength of schedule for each position. Just click on the position you would like to see there at the bottom. The higher the number the easier the matchup. See what y’all think.

12 Responses

  1. Marshall says:

    Ack! Just lost Sproles (to keep company w/Tate on OUT bench this week). Just now grabbed Redman off waivers for D.Wilson, but…dayum. These are now my only possible *starter* RBs for this week (need two of the least horrifying):

    Fred Jackson @HOU
    Isaac Redman @NYG
    Andre Brown vs. PIT

    Thanks in advance for any possible help/consolation.

  2. Brandon says:

    Am I over thinking if I want to try and ship AP & #2 wr for a downgrade at RB (thinking Willis, Bradshaw) and upgade at WR (miles, decker type)?…both of which have better playoff schedules according to your chart?

    Love the detail and work you guys put in here. Fake Football is starting to be my go-to and thank Brad Evans for the referral to you, Chet.

  3. Marshall says:

    Looks pretty handy-dandy. Thanks for your input/hard work, Chet.

  4. Art Vandelay says:

    Romo or Flacco rest of season?

    J. Jones or Colston rest of season (non-PPR)?

  5. ron says:

    why is SEA on bye this week?

  6. Cool Runnings says:

    12 Team PPR: Shane Vereen or Joique Bell off waivers? What do I do about Garcon at this point, drop him for Robinson?

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