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.
Blount did find the end zone last week but he wasn't much of factor gaining only 17 yards on 8 carries. With a tough match up against the Jets 4th ranked rushing defense and Gray now in the mix, there are better running back options for week 16.
Thanks to an injury to Shane Vereen and fumbling issues by Stevan Ridley, Blount found his way back onto the fantasy radar with the Patriots last season. After carrying the ball only 41 times in 2012 for Tampa Bay, he found himself as the lead back down the stretch last season finishing with 11 touchdowns including the playoffs. The big man is back! No, no he is not. After signing with the Steelers in the off-season, Blount has relegated himself to purely handcuff status. Le'Veon Bell is the undisputed three-down running back and Blount will see limited touches as his backup. If you draft Bell then pick-up Blount later in the draft, and if you don't own Bell...don't bother.
This place is pretty dead. Allow me to liven it up with some random photos.
Jules looking good. Happy Birthday.
This pic on twitter from a few days ago is hilarious ...
Can any NE homers tell me what the former genius Belichick is up to? They continue to release/cut players in the secondary, while Dowling is headed to the IR list. I realize they have the worst ranked pass defense in the league, but that doesn't ...
I'm over it. It's time for him to go. Will be trying this week to trade him for a wr on a bye week. I realize that Hernandez might start opening him up after the good game, but I just don't think that it will be enough. No Moss, no deep ...
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