Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the RB 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.
Charles was far and away the best fantasy running back last season. He's the ultimate dual-threat out of the backfield having led all backs in targets finishing in the top five for receptions and leading the position in receiving touchdowns. Charles will turn 28 years old in December and is the lynchpin of the Chiefs offense. There is talk of scaling back his touches, which doesn't necessarily mean a decrease in his fantasy value. No running back does more with fewer touches than Charles, demonstrated by fact he sat out Week 17 last year and still easily finished as the top fantasy running back.
I have no faith in Matt Cassel, he stinks or is horribly average, QBs don't improve suddenly when they hit their 30's.
We need a slogan.
Like 'Suck for Luck'
'Starkly for Barkley'
'Sparsely for Barkley'
this is going to be tough......
It appears the Chiefs have little interest in signing Matt Cassel to a long-term contract before the start of the season. Or, more likely, Pioli lost interest in signing Cassel to a long-term contract once Kansas City's first-time general manager ...
I'm watching the Chiefs season get closer and closer to the trash can and I hate it. Losing to the the Broncos is pathetic. I'm angry so don't take this as giving up on them. I just can't believe that Tebow threw for under 100 yds and rushed for ...
Let me start by saying that I love Jamaal Charles. I drafted him in 6 out of 6 leagues last year and I watched every snap of every game as well. There is also a great possibility that Charles has 1500-2000 yards(or more) this season. Here is the ...
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