Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DEF position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
It doesn't look like Tennessee will rack up many fantasy points off the Oakland Raiders offense. During the last month, the Titans have averaged 4.0 sacks and 1.0 takeaways per game. The Raiders offense, however, has done a nice job in pass protection and has made few mistakes lately. Since Week 8, Oakland has allowed only 0.8 sacks per game and committed only 1.5 turnovers per outing.
I'd like to say something good about the Tennessee Titans defense. And it's not as if there's no talent present. Defensive end Jurrell Casey. Free agent acquisition Brian Orakpo. And new Associate Head Coach in charge of defense Dick LeBeau. Sure, it's possible that the new pieces the Titans added this offseason will mesh seamlessly and the Titans will get better. And the team opens against a probable rookie starter under center in Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers. That said, the line between ballsy fantasy play and crazy one can blur quickly.
Here's this year's training camp schedule:
Per Titans Online:
[s:syhsosdd]Friday, July 27
11:45 a.m. Mike Munchak press conference at Baptist Sports Park
Saturday, July 28
3:45 p.m. practice. . . . . . . . . . . . Closed to public; open to ...
It looks will we have a QB battle brewing in training camp between Locker & Hasselbeck. I expect Hasselbeck to win the job in camp but Locker to take over mid-season. It would be nice for Jake to get a little more seasoning but he seemed to ...
So, last night ended up hangin out with Tim Shaw.
talk about a really nice, guy. and .. he's got a good voice too .. we hung at a karaoke place near where i live here in south florida.
he loves the Titans and wants to stay there. his contract is ...
Here is this years training camp schedule:
Sunday, July 31 (6:30 pm)
Monday, Aug. 1 (3:00 pm)
Tuesday, Aug. 2 (6:30 pm)
Wednesday, Aug. 3 (3:00 pm)
Thursday, Aug. 4 (6:15 pm)
Friday, Aug. 5 (3:15 pm)
Saturday, Aug. 6 (2:00 pm) At ...