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.
Hartline had his second game of the season last week with over 50 yards receiving. With limited looks from Tannehill each week and Landry, Clay and Wallace ahead of him in the receiving game, Hartline continues to have limited fantasy value.
Hartline has been consistent over the last two seasons, but all you need to know is that he just set a career-high of four touchdowns in 2013. Hartline suffered a torn PCL in Week 17 but was able to avoid surgery and is continuing to rehab as he expects to be ready by the start of training camp. Hartline is nothing more than a WR4 and should be drafted even lower as he's really not worth the risk given his injury. Also, don't rule out rookie Jarvis Landry making a push for playing time.
Still a couple of pieces missing but hopeful that Long re-signs, bit concerned that it may be at the cost of Bess though.
If Bess, goes, it really ruins it imo, but at the minute, it is looking good on paper.
Wallace, Hartline, and Bess is a good ...
After watching the last few games i believe the dolphins are moving to a pass first philosophy..The first half against greenbay really sticks out to me as we barely run.,. we didnt really try and run till the 4th quarter.. We have the personal to be ...