Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the RB 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.
Do you remember Brown? Philadelphia’s 2012 seventh-round pick wowed the fantasy football world with his blazing speed during two super-productive spot-starts late in the season, amassing 347 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns on 43 rushing attempts for a whopping 8.0 yards per carry. Unfortunately, Brown’s stellar two-game stretch was marred by three lost fumbles. He struggled badly in two other fill-in starts against what were tougher run defenses, which exposed his promising-but-still-raw talents. While the second-year pro is not a threat to LeSean McCoy’s starting job, Brown is expected to receive a minimum of 8-to-10 total touches per contest in new Eagles head coach Chip Kelly’s run-oriented offense. By the way, McCoy has missed six games due to injuries during the last three years, which is another reason why Brown has intriguing value as a must-draft handcuff and stand-alone No. 3 running back.