Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the WR 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.
After being released by Carolina, the chip on Smith's shoulder became a boulder as he played the 2015 season with as much intensity as he ever has. Signed by Baltimore to be the No. 2 receiver behind speedster Torrey Smith, (Steve) Smith quickly became quarterback Joe Flacco's favorite receiver as he'd go on to lead the Ravens in targets, receptions and receiving yards. We expect a decline in numbers just due to his age, as there are some things none of us have any control over.
I am looking for guests - fans actually - for my upcoming team reports.
Tuesday night February 1st, we will be talking about the Cardinals, Falcons and Ravens.
Each segment will be 30 minutes and will include discussion on the following ...
Unless the Ravens are able to successfully revisit expensive trade scenarios for Pro Bowl wide receivers like the Denver Broncos' imposing, trouble-prone Brandon Marshall and the Arizona Cardinals' disgruntled veteran Anquan Boldin. The Ravens are ...
There's no sense of urgency from the Ravens to replace Mason immediately. The team could look to add a free agent (such as Marvin Harrison) or explore a trade (for someone like the Denver Broncos' Brandon Marshall or Arizona Cardinals' Anquan ...
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2011 Draft Central
Average Draft Position (ADP) Tracker
Round 6, Pick 8
Positives He's an explosive veteran player that has been a prolific fantasy producer in year's past. Negatives If his name weren't "Steve Smith", then he wouldn't even be a consideration at this point in the draft. His numbrs in 2010 were awful, and the situation at quarterback gives no indication that 2011 will be any different. Draft Strategy Smith's numbers can't go any lower than 2010, can they? I'm looking for a WR here with some upside potential, so I'm going with the veteran over some other younger choices at the position. (Contributed by: doug_coutts)