ROS Strength of Schedule: QBs,RBs, WRs, TEs, D/STs, &Ks

This post will look at the rest-of-season strength of schedule for all Fantasy Football positions.

Last week we looked at the strength of schedule for the running back position, and it is time to finish off the work, pull out the spreadsheets, and come up with the calculations for the other five Fantasy Football positions.

If you did not read the last post, a teams rest-of-season strength of schedule is calculated when you take the average amount of points the remainder of their opponents have allowed per game, and average those numbers together.

These numbers should come in handy with the trade deadline, for most Fantasy leagues, only two weeks away, and in leagues where you are restricted to a certain amount of roster acquisitions for the week/year.

Strength of Schedule:

Eli Manning

Eli Manning has struggled in 2013, but the schedule gods have blessed his future with fortune. Photo by: BVanc003


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Running Backs:

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Wide Receivers:

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Tight Ends:

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Devin Jordan is obsessed with statistical analysis, non-fiction literature, and electronic music. If you enjoyed reading him, follow him on Twitter @devinjjordan.

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