Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DL 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.
After annihilating the competition to the tune of 20.5 sacks and the number one overall finish among IDPs in 2012, Watt backslid in 2013, managing a measly 12.5 sacks. The bum. What a slacker. Kidding aside, Watt has also notched at least 80 tackles in each of the past two seasons, a staggering number for a 3-4 end. The arrival of Romeo Crennel's stone-age 1-gap scheme is cause for some concern, but you have to think Crennel has enough sense not to ruin the NFL's best pass-rusher. The Gap between Watt and No. 2 isn't as big as it was last year, but there still isn't a defensive lineman we'd draft ahead of him.
Surprisingly, Mario Williams didn't have his own thread in the Texans room.
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Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips said OLB Mario Williams had successful surgery on Friday ...
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Because they are shorthanded at defensive back, the Texans are bringing in veteran cornerbacks Deltha O'Neal, Mike McKenzie and Jason Webster for tryouts Thursday. With Dunta Robinson missing camp because of a contract dispute and Jacques Reeves and ...
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