2015 Fantasy Football Playoffs (Weeks 14 to 16): WR Strength of Schedule (SOS)

With many fantasy football leagues conducting their playoffs from Weeks 14 to 16, hopefully that means a congratulations is in order if you're reading this.

If you're curious which players have the best, or worst, fantasy schedules during the fantasy postseason, we have done the math for you.

A player's fantasy strength of schedule isn't the most important aspect of his outlook. But if you're debating a pair of players to pick up off the waiver wire (our Week 14 waiver-wire post), a more favorable fantasy schedule could potentially break the tie in a close decision.

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

1. Houston Texans (DeAndre Hopkins): 25.98
2. San Diego Chargers (Stevie Johnson): 25.52
3. Washington Redskins (DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon): 25.21
4. Kansas City Chiefs (Jeremy Maclin): 24.70
5. New England Patriots (Danny Amendola, Brandon LaFell): 24.58

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

28. Atlanta Falcons (Julio Jones): 20.93
29. Green Bay Packers (Randall Cobb, Davante Adams, James Jones): 19.94
30. Pittsburgh Steelers (Antonio Brown, Martavis Bryant): 19.60
31. Carolina Panthers (Ted Ginn): 18.01
32. Oakland Raiders (Amari Cooper, Michael Crabtree): 16.80

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

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