Researching for your fantasy football drafts? Allow this tool to help give you an edge to win your league!
It shows each team and their strength of schedule in terms of position based on fantasy points (from last season’s totals).
32 – Best Schedule for that Position. Meaning the opposing teams in their schedule allowed the most fantasy points to the position.
1 – Worst Schedule for that Position. Meaning the opposing teams in their schedule allowed the fewest fantasy points to the position.
For example, the Minnesota Vikings have a 32 ranking for QBs. This means Sam Bradford ideally has the best schedule for a quarterback over the 16-game season in terms of fantasy points allowed to QBs based on last season.
On the contrary, the Kansas City Chiefs have a 1 ranking, or the toughest schedule for quarterbacks in terms of fantasy points. This means Alex Smith (or maybe Pat Mahomes) have a tough schedule and could struggle to score fantasy points.
Use this tool to gain an edge on your competition. After all, fantasy football is all about matchups.