Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the WR 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.
Welker salvaged his 2013 season by setting a career-high in touchdown receptions, but overall his receiving numbers were a bit of a disappointment. He will man the slot again this year in the high-scoring Broncos offense and remains a viable fantasy target, but he lacks the luster of previous seasons. Age and injury are starting to creep up on Welker as the 33-year-old suffered a concussion forcing him to miss the last three weeks of the season possibly costing his fantasy owners a championship. He'll need double-digit touchdowns again to sustain his value which in this offense, is still very achievable.
I couldn't tell you how many concussions he's had, but we all know about these two so close together, and getting cleared on the first only to get that higher probability second concussion (the more you have, the easier it is, more likely to get ...
As a fan, I like the situation. Three backs who are all capable of doing pretty good things.
As a fantasy owner it's the worst situation in football.
Moreno did great at the end of last year, Hillman is the starter now, Ball is the future.
Monday, October 1, 2007
Notes: Seeing Red Inside the 20
Glenn Martinez played against the Colts Sunday after watching the first three games of the season as a member of the practice squad.
By Christopher ...
All of the attention has been devoted to Tebow, but did anyone see the game-winning FG? Prater hit it from 52 yards, and I swear the ball was still RISING when it went through the uprights! Take a look...it would have been good from 70+ yards....
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