Passing Defense Strength Of Schedule November 12, 2011  |  Chet

The higher the numbers the tougher the matchup. Have at it:

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  1. Chet, this is a great and very useful spreadsheet. I actually used your Week 9 one on Razzball to help me write a Roundtable on (the top 5 RBs going forward). I also publish my portions of those articles on my blog – footballandbrackets. See the link below.

    Stick around and read the rest of the stuff too!

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