Wondering which players have the easiest — or most difficult — strength of schedule for the remainder of the fantasy football season?
We have updated our fantasy football strength of schedules for Weeks 11 through 16.
A player's fantasy strength of schedule is far from the most important aspect of his outlook. But if you're debating a pair of players to add from your league's waiver wire and they are otherwise comparable in your view, a more favorable schedule from a fantasy perspective could perhaps be the deciding factor to break the tie.
[Related: See my waiver-wire post from last night]
Below are the teams/players with the easiest/toughest updated fantasy strength of schedules with links to the full rankings:
- Easiest (tie): Chicago Bears (Josh McCown and Jay Cutler) and Kansas City Chiefs (Alex Smith)
- Toughest: New Orleans Saints (Drew Brees)
- Link to full QB strength of schedule
- Easiest: Green Bay Packers (Eddie Lacy and James Starks)
- Toughest: Miami Dolphins (Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas)
- Link to full RB strength of schedule
- Easiest: Kansas City Chiefs (Dwayne Bowe and Donnie Avery)
- Toughest: Indianapolis Colts (T.Y. Hilton, Darrius Heyward-Bey and Lavon Brazill)
- Link to full WR strength of schedule
- Easiest: Philadelphia Eagles (Brent Celek and Zach Ertz)
- Toughest: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Tim Wright)
- Link to full TE strength of schedule
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My Rest-of-Season Rankings (Weeks 11-16): Quarterbacks - Running Backs - Wide Receivers - Tight Ends
Week 11 fantasy rankings: Quarterbacks - Running Backs - Wide Receivers - Tight Ends
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