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.
They say that you can't go home again, but MJD will put that to the test as he heads west to suit up for the Raiders this season. He will be paired with the oft-injured Darren McFadden to form what can only be labeled as an "interesting" running back tandem. After missing 10 games in 2012 due to a Lisfranc injury, Jones-Drew managed to play 15 games last season, despite suffering a sprained ankle and battling hamstring issues. To say he struggled would be an understatement. On an offense that struggled to pass the ball he averaged only 3.4 yards per carry and often faced stacked fronts. While MJD will likely see more action than McFadden, it's not a lock that the 30-year-old he will have much more success behind the Raiders line than he did Jacksonville's. Too many questions surround Jones-Drew moving forward for there to be any level of confidence to draft him high in 2014.
Looks like the 'my guy' call from McKenzie is taking roots throughout the football coaching staff:
GM: Reggie McKenzie (Al Davis)
HC: Dennis Allen (Hue Jackson)
OC: Greg Knapp (Al Saunders)
OL: Frank Pollack (Bob Wylie), S Wiznewiski (asst, no ...