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December 02, 2014

Fantasy Football QB Strength of Schedule (SOS): Fantasy Playoffs (Weeks 14 to 16)

Before the season began, we created fantasy football strength of schedule (SOS) pages for each position based on last year's production. Through the season, however, we have made weekly updates to our strength of schedule tables for the remaining games based on what their upcoming opponents have done so far this season.

In a way, we are now on to a new season as most leagues conduct their playoffs from Weeks 14 to 16.

A player's fantasy strength of schedule is far from the most important aspect of his remaining outlook. But if you're debating a pair of players to pick up off the waiver wire (Week 14 waiver-wire post) and they are otherwise comparable in your view, a more favorable fantasy schedule at least help to break the tie.

Five most favorable SOS for QBs (Weeks 14-16):

1. Dallas Cowboys (Tony Romo): 18.74 average fantasy points allowed among remaining opponents
T-2. New Orleans Saints (Drew Brees): 18.15
T-2. St. Louis Rams (Shaun Hill): 18.15
4. Tennessee Titans (Zach Mettenberger, Jake Locker): 18.12
5. New York Giants (Eli Manning): 17.98

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Five least favorable SOS for QBs (Weeks 14-16):

32. Oakland Raiders (Derek Carr): 13.84
31. Arizona Cardinals (Drew Stanton): 14.43
30. Denver Broncos (Peyton Manning): 14.65
29. Pittsburgh Steelers (Ben Roethlisberger): 15.02
28. Baltimore Ravens (Joe Flacco): 15.13

* Note: Totals above are the average fantasy football points allowed based on their remaining opponents.

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Fantasy Football RB Strength of Schedule (SOS): Fantasy Playoffs (Weeks 14 to 16)

Before the season began, we created fantasy football strength of schedule (SOS) pages for each position based on last year's production. Through the season, however, we have made weekly updates to our strength of schedule tables for the remaining games based on what their upcoming opponents have done so far this season.

In a way, we are now on to a new season as most leagues conduct their playoffs from Weeks 14 to 16.

A player's fantasy strength of schedule is far from the most important aspect of his remaining outlook. But if you're debating a pair of players to pick up off the waiver wire (Week 14 waiver-wire post) and they are otherwise comparable in your view, a more favorable fantasy schedule at least help to break the tie.

Five most favorable SOS for RBs (Weeks 14-16):

T-1. Cleveland Browns (Isaiah Crowell, Terrance West): 21.31 average fantasy points allowed among remaining opponents
T-1. New York Jets (Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson): 21.31
3. Carolina Panthers (Jonathan Stewart, DeAngelo Williams): 20.56
4. Pittsburgh Steelers (Le'Veon Bell): 20.48
5. New Orleans Saints (Mark Ingram, Pierre Thomas): 20.20

DraftKings Millionaire Maker Week 14 Contest: Turn $27 (entry fee) into $1 Million (top prize).

Five least favorable SOS for RBs (Weeks 14-16):

32. Oakland Raiders (Latavius Murray, Darren McFadden): 15.00
31. Seattle Seahawks (Marshawn Lynch): 15.95
30. Arizona Cardinals (Andre Ellington): 16.08
29. Minnesota Vikings (Jerick McKinnon): 16.19
28. St. Louis Rams (Tre Mason): 16.33

* Note: Totals above are the average fantasy football points allowed based on their remaining opponents.

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Fantasy Football WR Strength of Schedule (SOS): Fantasy Playoffs (Weeks 14 to 16)

Before the season began, we created fantasy football strength of schedule (SOS) pages for each position based on last year's production. Through the season, however, we have made weekly updates to our strength of schedule tables for the remaining games based on what their upcoming opponents have done so far this season.

In a way, we are now on to a new season as most leagues conduct their playoffs from Weeks 14 to 16.

A player's fantasy strength of schedule is far from the most important aspect of his remaining outlook. But if you're debating a pair of players to pick up off the waiver wire (Week 14 waiver-wire post) and they are otherwise comparable in your view, a more favorable fantasy schedule at least help to break the tie.

Five most favorable SOS for WRs (Weeks 14-16):

1. Jacksonville Jaguars (Cecil Shorts, Allen Hurns): 27.21 average fantasy points allowed among remaining opponents
2. New Orleans Saints (Kenny Stills, Marques Colston): 25.45
3. Carolina Panthers (Kelvin Benjamin): 24.97
4. Atlanta Falcons (Julio Jones, Roddy White): 24.88
5. Baltimore Ravens (Torrey Smith, Steve Smith): 24.78

DraftKings Millionaire Maker Week 14 Contest: Turn $27 (entry fee) into $1 Million (top prize).

Five least favorable SOS for WRs (Weeks 14-16):

32. San Francisco 49ers (Anquan Boldin, Michael Crabtree): 19.41
31. Denver Broncos (Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders): 20.20
30. Arizona Cardinals (Michael Floyd, Larry Fitzgerald): 20.38
29. San Diego Chargers (Keenan Allen, Malcom Floyd): 20.43
28. Philadelphia Eagles (Jeremy Maclin, Jordan Matthews): 20.47

* Note: Totals above are the average fantasy football points allowed based on their remaining opponents.

Full Strength of Schedules:

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Fantasy Football TE Strength of Schedule (SOS): Fantasy Playoffs (Weeks 14 to 16)

Before the season began, we created fantasy football strength of schedule (SOS) pages for each position based on last year's production. Through the season, however, we have made weekly updates to our strength of schedule tables for the remaining games based on what their upcoming opponents have done so far this season.

In a way, we are now on to a new season as most leagues conduct their playoffs from Weeks 14 to 16.

A player's fantasy strength of schedule is far from the most important aspect of his remaining outlook. But if you're debating a pair of players to pick up off the waiver wire (Week 14 waiver-wire post) and they are otherwise comparable in your view, a more favorable fantasy schedule at least help to break the tie.

Five most favorable SOS for TEs (Weeks 14-16):

1. Tennessee Titans (Delanie Walker): 9.57 average fantasy points allowed among remaining opponents
2. Philadelphia Eagles (Zach Ertz): 9.55
3. St. Louis Rams (Jared Cook): 9.29
4. Dallas Cowboys (Jason Witten): 9.26
5. Kansas City Chiefs (Travis Kelce): 8.91

DraftKings Millionaire Maker Week 14 Contest: Turn $27 (entry fee) into $1 Million (top prize).

Five least favorable SOS for TEs (Weeks 14-16):

32. Green Bay Packers (Andrew Quarless, Richard Rodgers): 5.74
31. Carolina Panthers (Greg Olsen): 5.79
30. Baltimore Ravens (Owen Daniels): 6.04
29. Denver Broncos (Julius Thomas): 6.21
28. Oakland Raiders (Mychal Rivera): 6.62

* Note: Totals above are the average fantasy football points allowed based on their remaining opponents.

Full Strength of Schedules:

Keep track of our site's updates: (1) follow us on Twitter, (2) LIKE us on Facebook and/or (3) add us to your Google+ circle.


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