Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DEF 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.
The Detroit Lions were a playoff team in 2015, but it wasn't quarterback Matthew Stafford or wide receiver Calvin Johnson that carried the team. No, it was the Lions' second-ranked defense that did the heavy lifting. No team allowed fewer rushing yards in 2014, and the Lions' ranked eighth in the NFL with 42 sacks. There are some big changes up front in the Motor City this season, with defensive tackles Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley gone in free agency. Of course, it lessens the sting when you can replace those players with another Pro Bowler in Haloti Ngata. Even if the Lions slip a bit, they should still function as a decent weekly starter in fantasy leagues in 2015.
You know, I told you the Lions were over rated. Maybe some day you penis heads will get it that I am here to help.
The only PM I got asked if I thought Young was due to break out. I said no.
Two Geese, no sharks!
You simple minded little twerp ...
Anyone have any news on Best? Will he make a return at some point this season? I've heard from some Week 8, but I doubt that. I'm in a deep league and was thinking about picking him up hopefully a week or two before he comes off the PUP list....
There are a TON of faithful fans that have had your back through the bad,the ugly, and even worse than that over the years.
Let's kick some tail in the playoffs and shut up the nay sayers.
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