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.
Bryant salvaged his day last week by dragging a defender five yards into the endzone for a touchdown. Aside from that, the Cowboys went with the run and then lost Romo for a while. Romo's injury obviously would effect Bryant but even Brandon Weeden would find a way to get the ball to Bryant. If Patrick Peterson can't play here, Bryant could finish as the top WR this week, with or without Romo.
While Dez quieted his off-field issues last year, he made up for it by infamously causing noise on the Cowboys' sideline. Whether you believe his antics are a case of immaturity or passion, you can't deny the supreme talent that Dez possesses. DeMarco Murray's ability to stay on the field will go a long way towards lessening the defensive attention paid to Bryant and allow him to take his game to the next level. Second year wide receiver Terrance Williams should be an upgrade over the broken down Miles Austin as he'll be able to provide a consistent threat on the other side of the field. Bryant has also dropped some weight in the hopes of lessening any future back problems. Bryant could easily end up as the No. 1 wide receiver by year's end.
Ok, why on gods green earth would you take the ball out of your best players hands? Murray has been the focal point of your offfense getting at least 4 catches a game and running for about 100 yards, yet you put in fragile felix. WHY? HE ...