Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DB 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.
If it seems like Charles Woodson has been playing forever, it's because Charles Woodson has been playing forever. 2014 will mark Woodson's 17th NFL season, and his age alone is enough to scare off some fantasy owners. Still, if 2013 was any indication, Woodson can't tell time, because the 37-year-old racked up a career-high 97 tackles, finishing the year eighth among defensive backs in Fantasy Sharks Default IDP Scoring (his third top 10 finish in the last four years). Given his age, a lost 2012 season and the return of Tyvon Branch it may not be wise to count on Woodson as an IDP DB1, but if those same concerns lead Woodson to fall to the point you can get him as a lower-end DB2? Well that's not horrible.
Looks like the 'my guy' call from McKenzie is taking roots throughout the football coaching staff:
GM: Reggie McKenzie (Al Davis)
HC: Dennis Allen (Hue Jackson)
OC: Greg Knapp (Al Saunders)
OL: Frank Pollack (Bob Wylie), S Wiznewiski (asst, no ...