Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DEF position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
From an NFL perspective, the New England Patriots have a pretty good defense. Good enough to win the Super Bowl. (That's good, right?) The team ranked a respectable 13th in the NFL in total defense in 2014. A decent 15th in the NFL in sacks, 13th in interceptions, and a finish just inside the top 15 in most fantasy scoring systems. Pretty good. Just not great. Look at the bright side -- at least when the Patriots face the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2015 season opener, the Steelers won't have tailback Le'Veon Bell.
I'm just not sure who left on the Patriots schedule will be favored to win.
Dallas had been a threat, but Romo and Dez are injured.
Colts aren't a threat to any playoff team it seems.
Denver is always a threat and their defense is amazing, but ...
This is ludicrous. All this time and high-powered expensive lawyers and nothing yet?
C'mon. Me thinks if it was any team but the Pats it would have been resolved many moons ago.
They're either trying really really really hard to find absolutely ...