Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DL 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.
Despite the fact that he has yet to hit the 10-sack mark in a season during his five-year career, the Cincinnati Bengals chose Carlos Dunlap over Michael Johnson, inking Dunlap to a six-year extension in July of 2013. A wildly athletic 25-year-old who has struggled with consistency at times, Dunlap finished just outside the top-12 last year in his first year as a full-time player, and while his 7.5 sacks were a relative disappointment Dunlap's run defense was actually better than expected. As lower-end IDP DL1 go Dunlap is one of the riskier options, but he also has the ability to crack the top five if things break right.
I was wondering your thoughts on the 2013 Bengals. Whether fan, foe from the AFC North, or general observer.
I am trying to be as unbiased as possible, but I legitimately see a 9-7, 10-6 year with the division crown. Both Pitt and Baltimore seem ...
Thursday came the news of Chad Ochocinco saying that he wanted to see Terrell Owens sign with the Bengals. During a party in Miami on Friday, which was attended by coach Marvin Lewis, Owens said that he would change his name to Ochouno if he came to ...
I can't believe nobody comes to the team talk and we are 7-2. We should be 10- 2 after Oakland, Cleveland, and Detroit. At least 9-3. I thought at the start of the year we might be a fringe playoff team at 9-7, I couldn't see better than 10-6. ...
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