Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the LB 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.
Over the first seven weeks of the 2013 season, Terrell Suggs posted IDP LB1 numbers in 12-team leagues, logging 53 total tackles and eight sacks. However, Suggs wore down badly in the season's second half, and the 31-year-old said added weight was the culprit. 'It gets a little cold and you gain a little weight,' Suggs said, via the team's website. 'I probably put on a little too much weight down the stretch. That's one of my big focusses going into this year is to keep my weight down so I can have a strong finish.' Suggs may not be the player he once was, but he's still a formidable pass-rusher who tied a career high with 80 tackles in 2013. His ranking here is has as much to do with the volatility inherent to 'rush' linebackers as Suggs himself, and he slots substantially higher if sacks score highly in your IDP league.
I am looking for guests - fans actually - for my upcoming team reports.
Tuesday night February 1st, we will be talking about the Cardinals, Falcons and Ravens.
Each segment will be 30 minutes and will include discussion on the following ...
Unless the Ravens are able to successfully revisit expensive trade scenarios for Pro Bowl wide receivers like the Denver Broncos' imposing, trouble-prone Brandon Marshall and the Arizona Cardinals' disgruntled veteran Anquan Boldin. The Ravens are ...
There's no sense of urgency from the Ravens to replace Mason immediately. The team could look to add a free agent (such as Marvin Harrison) or explore a trade (for someone like the Denver Broncos' Brandon Marshall or Arizona Cardinals' Anquan ...
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