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.
Johnson has had five 100-plus catch seasons in his illustrious 12-year career. The last two occurring as recently as 2012 and 2013. Yet, despite posting prolific numbers in receptions and receiving yards, Johnson has never scored double-digit touchdowns in any season. And we're not about to predict that he'll do so in 2015. However, despite there being a lot of mouths to feed on the Colts offense, we still see Johnson as a solid mid-round pick with plenty of upside. Don't be surprised if at the age of 34, he posts another 100-catch season. He's in the right situation for sure.
Hey fellow sharks we are planning our annual football trip this year and we are off to Indy for thr games vs the Rams. I Wwas wondering if there are rv lots located near the stadium where you could park Sat and leave Monday or at the very least Sun ...
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Indy squandered two 17-point leads in last week's loss to Kansas City. It was the seventh time this season that a team has trailed by 17 or more points and come back to win. ...
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2009 Draft Central
Average Draft Position (ADP) Tracker
Round 2, Pick 1
Positives Tough and gets a lot of looks. # 1 WR in fantasy last year. Always gets open or makes the tough catch. Negatives Schaub keeps getting hurt. Draft Strategy Just got my #1 RB, now I needed a #1 WR. (Contributed by: tlandavazo)
Round 1, Pick 9
Draft Strategy I opted to buck the trend and take the guy who I feel is the #1 receiver in FF.
Many have Fitzgerald ranked above him, but not me. Granted Fitz just went one pick ahead of me here, but Im happy to take Andre here and grab a solid RB at the top of the 2nd. (Contributed by: und2006)