Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the LB position. The best rating is +16 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the worst rating is -16 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
In many respects, James Laurinaitis was his usual productive self in 2013. For the fifth time in five NFL seasons, Laurinaitis topped 115 total tackles, and the 27-year-old's 3.5 sacks were a career-high. However, Laurinaitis' 85 solos were the second-lowest total of his career, and his 19th-place fantasy finish among linebackers in Fantasy Sharks Default IDP Scoring was the lowest of his career. His two top 10 finishes and the fact that he's never finished outside the top 20 may combine to keep Laurinaitis in the fringes of IDP LB1 territory, but the arrival of Alec Ogletree in the Gateway City appears to have put a considerable dent in Laurinaitis' IDP upside.
It looks like the Rams picked him up in the draft this year for a reason. In college he was a beast at Vanderbilt. Playing on a weak team in the strongest conference may have helped him develop into an even better player. It sure will be something ...
We lost a heart breaker to the F-ing Cardinals tonight. Defense looked okay, they kept Wells and Fitzgerald from being huge. Bradford played ok for being out for two weeks and having a new receiver that he has barely thrown to as of yet. The ...
Don't know if any of you are left in the tank... but you know things are bad when you douse your coach in gatorade after beating the Lions in a meaningless regular season game.
The good news is we have now won all the games we should have won ...
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