Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the QB 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.
Although starter Alex Smith endured some struggles early in 2013, Daniel never was a threat to steal his job. Daniel appeared in five contests, which included his first career regular-season start in what was an admittedly meaningless Week 17 contest. Daniel operated as a game-manager with his fellow second-teamers in that outing, but the sixth-year pro displayed some nice accuracy and surprising scrambling ability. It looks like the Chiefs are content to roll with Smith as their starter - at least in the short-term. However, if Daniel, who turns 28 in October, is forced into action for whatever reason, he could surprise as a high-end fantasy QB3.
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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