Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the QB 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.
Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were the two most recognizable faces of the NFL’s 2012 rookie quarterback class, but Seattle’s third-round pick was easily the biggest surprise of the rookie bunch. Wilson beat out pricy free-agent Matt Flynn for the starting job and went on to set new team rookie records for passing yards (3,118), touchdown passes (26), completion percentage (64.1) and passer rating (100.0). The Seahawks actually let Wilson throw more during the second half of the season. From Week 9 through Week 17, he averaged a solid 207 passing yards and two touchdown passes per contest. Flashing his tremendous athleticism, the dual-threat Wilson finished an impressive third among NFL quarterbacks in rushing attempts and rushing yards. He also notched four rushing touchdowns. The addition of Percy Harvin, who is the NFL’s best inside-the-numbers wide out, provides the strong-armed Wilson with a much-needed go-to receiver to pair with the solid Sidney Rice. Although the Seahawks insist they will still utilize a run-first offense, a nice uptick in Wilson’s passing numbers is likely. However, since the Seattle defense is very good, it’s hard to imagine him getting into many high-scoring shootouts. But Wilson still will do more than enough to justify drafting him as a fantasy QB1.