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.
As the only viable option at wide out, he has at the mercy of Cutler being able to throw the ball on target. The Bears will be playing from behind in this one, so expect some more garbage time stats to save his fantasy week even with Clausen behind center.
In his second season, Alshon Jeffery had a coming out party as he teamed with Brandon Marshall to produce one of the leagues most fearsome receiving duos. Jay Cutler will still lock into Marshall at times at the expense of Jeffery, but Jeffery has more than made a case to remain an integral part of the offense, now and into the future. With Marshall now signed to a new 4-year deal, we would expect Jeffery to remain the No. 2 option for Cutler, but as we saw last season, that's not too shabby in Marc Trestman's offense.
I don't know if anyone reads this sub forum anymore. Last post was in December.
But this isn't really fantasy relevant news, except I guess it cuts the Bears' false starts in half. At least. So that's nice.
Starting oline: Omiyale-Williams-Garza-Louis-Webb. Tice said Edwin Williams would have played C for the first team but he's not available until next Thursday.
Carimi is rolling with the 2nd team. That's pretty normal under Lovie--nobody is handed ...
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