Thursday, May 5, 2016

Fantasy Football Schedule Analysis

Who benefitted from their NFL schedule and who loses due to a tougher schedule?

At first glance DAL, DET, MIN, GB, NYG and CIN seem to have great schedules fantasy football wise. On the other hand, the AFC East and NFC West seem to have poor schedules for FF. Of course, individual positions may vary as this is just from a team FF perspective. Often a poor schedule for a team can be a good thing for a QB as the team is behind and the QB needs to try and do something in garbage time. The RB in those blowouts may see little to no fantasy points.
Time will tell...

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