Fantasy Index Scheduletron -- strength-of-schedule analysis
Once in a Lifetime: 2011's Schedule
Posted Dec. 21 at 11:14 AM
Strength of Schedule - thus far
The difficulty of schedule teams have faced so far this season. In the words of the Talking Heads, And you may ask yourself / Well, how did I get here? For New Orleans, division leader and owner of one of the league's best records, it's simple -- they've played the softest opponents so far this season. Tied for the second-easiest schedule are Arizona and Tennessee, however, who've had to fight hard to achieve mediocrity. The hardest schedule belongs to Minnesota, who together with St. Louis (with the third-hardest) at least have a shot at winning the Andrew Luck Bowl. Pittsburgh, however, despite the second toughest schedule, currently shares the division lead in the AFC North. The figures don't include the teams' current win-loss records for the most accurate representation of how each team's opponents have fared against other teams.
Combined win-loss records of opponents faced in Weeks 1-15:
Posted by Katherine Morehead | Dec. 21 at 01:45 PM
Seminal band, and somehow, overrated in history.
Posted by Katherine Morehead | Dec. 21 at 01:46 PM
I meant to say "somehow, *underrated* in history." Love all things Byrne.
Posted by JOHN MACHO | Dec. 21 at 03:34 PM
OK, now please review with us how THIS strength of schedule compares to that anticipated before the season. That will go a long way toward telling how much we should consider strength of schedule in pre-season drafts.
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