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.
Brandon Marshall has been extremely consistent over the course of his career, most notably when Jay Cutler is throwing him the ball. There is no reason to expect anything less this season. Despite Alshon Jeffery's emergence, Marshall will remain the most trusted and most targeted receiver in Chicago. Expect things to only get better for Marshall as he and the entire Bears offense will be entering their second season in Marc Trestman's pass-happy offense. Marshall just signed a new 4-year deal with $22.3 million guaranteed so there's no reason for him not to have total focus on the field as he could be in line for a career year.
I don't know if anyone reads this sub forum anymore. Last post was in December.
But this isn't really fantasy relevant news, except I guess it cuts the Bears' false starts in half. At least. So that's nice.
Starting oline: Omiyale-Williams-Garza-Louis-Webb. Tice said Edwin Williams would have played C for the first team but he's not available until next Thursday.
Carimi is rolling with the 2nd team. That's pretty normal under Lovie--nobody is handed ...
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