SOS

DT ROS SOS: Week 15

DT ROS SOS = Defensive Team Rest-of-Season Strength of Schedule

The table below shows the relative strength of the matchups for DTs for the rest of the season. The bigger the number (i.e. fantasy points), the better the matchup. Green indicates a good matchup while light red indicates a matchup to avoid. “ROS” averages the Schedule-Adjusted SOS for the remainder of the season, excluding Week 17.

This is simply strength of schedule and does not take into account the quality of the DT in question. Use this table to compare two or more similar DTs.

Note: 4for4.com offers Schedule-Adjusted SOS for QB, RB, WR, TE and K.

DT ROS SOS: Week 14

DT ROS SOS = Defensive Team Rest-of-Season Strength of Schedule

The table below shows the relative strength of the matchups for DTs for the rest of the season. The bigger the number (i.e. fantasy points), the better the matchup. Green indicates a good matchup while light red indicates a matchup to avoid. “ROS” averages the Schedule-Adjusted SOS for the remainder of the season, excluding Week 17.

This is simply strength of schedule and does not take into account the quality of the DT in question. Use this table to compare two or more similar DTs.

Note: 4for4.com offers Schedule-Adjusted SOS for QB, RB, WR, TE and K.

DT ROS SOS: Week 13

DT ROS SOS = Defensive Team Rest-of-Season Strength of Schedule

The table below shows the relative strength of the matchups for DTs for the rest of the season. The bigger the number (i.e. fantasy points), the better the matchup. Green indicates a good matchup while light red indicates a matchup to avoid. “ROS” averages the Schedule-Adjusted SOS for the remainder of the season, excluding Week 17.

This is simply strength of schedule and does not take into account the quality of the DT in question. Use this table to compare two or more similar DTs.

Note: 4for4.com offers Schedule-Adjusted SOS for QB, RB, WR, TE and K.

DT ROS SOS: Week 12

DT ROS SOS = Defensive Team Rest-of-Season Strength of Schedule

The table below shows the relative strength of the matchups for DTs for the rest of the season. The bigger the number (i.e. fantasy points), the better the matchup. Green indicates a good matchup while light red indicates a matchup to avoid. “ROS” averages the Schedule-Adjusted SOS for the remainder of the season, excluding Week 17.

This is simply strength of schedule and does not take into account the quality of the DT in question. Use this table to compare two or more similar DTs.

Note: 4for4.com offers Schedule-Adjusted SOS for QB, RB, WR, TE and K.

DT ROS SOS: Week 11

DT ROS SOS = Defensive Team Rest-of-Season Strength of Schedule

The table below shows the relative strength of the matchups for DTs for the rest of the season. The bigger the number (i.e. fantasy points), the better the matchup. Green indicates a good matchup while light red indicates a matchup to avoid. “ROS” averages the Schedule-Adjusted SOS for the remainder of the season, excluding Week 17.

This is simply strength of schedule and does not take into account the quality of the DT in question. Use this table to compare two or more similar DTs.

Note: 4for4.com offers Schedule-Adjusted SOS for QB, RB, WR, TE and K.

DT ROS SOS: Week 10

DT ROS SOS = Defensive Team Rest-of-Season Strength of Schedule

The table below shows the relative strength of the matchups for DTs for the rest of the season. The bigger the number (i.e. fantasy points), the better the matchup. Green indicates a good matchup while light red indicates a matchup to avoid. “ROS” averages the Schedule-Adjusted SOS for the remainder of the season, excluding Week 17.

Note: 4for4.com offers Schedule-Adjusted SOS for QB, RB, WR, TE and K.

DT ROS SOS: Week 9

DT ROS SOS = Defensive Team Rest-of-Season Strength of Schedule

The table below shows the relative strength of the matchups for DTs for the rest of the season. The bigger the number (i.e. fantasy points), the better the matchup. Green indicates a good matchup while light red indicates a matchup to avoid. “ROS” averages the Schedule-Adjusted SOS for the remainder of the season, excluding Week 17.

Note: 4for4.com offers Schedule-Adjusted SOS for QB, RB, WR, TE and K. It’s wicked cool.

DT Strength of Schedule (Rest of Season)

The table below shows the relative strength of the matchups for DTs for the rest of the season. The bigger the number (i.e. fantasy points), the better the matchup. Green indicates a good matchup while light red indicates a matchup to avoid. “ROS” averages the SOS for the remainder of the season, excluding Week 17.

Note: 4for4.com offers SOS for QB, RB, WR, TE and K.

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We’ll also be rolling out in-season Strength of Schedule starting in Week 5.

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2011 Strength of Schedule: RBs (Rush)

Pass | Receiving | Rush

Of all the year-to-year defensive data, rush defense is the most consistent and therefore the most trustworthy in the preseason. Below you’ll find the SOS for RBs. The first two columns summarize the 2010 and 2011 SOS — the 2011 numbers are generated by assigning points (from +2 to -2) for very good (++), good (+), bad (-) and very bad (- -) matchups. The higher the score in the first two columns, the better the overall schedules for that particular season. The next four columns (in orange) show the number of 2011 matchups that fall into each category.

For an explanation of my methodology, check out the QB SOS as well as the post that examined the dependability of preseason SOS.

Remember, in PPR leagues, 40% of total fantasy points scored by RBs come from receptions and the passing game, so this rush SOS is just one part of the picture, especially for pass-catching RBs.

Tm20102011VGGBVB1234567891011121314151617
ARI3-40533+?+?------+?-+--+?+
ATL442512??+++--+++?+---?+?+++
BAL1-31433---+--??++--+?-+?-+?
BUF-9-62153+++--????---------++--
CAR-124132++--??+-?---++?++-?+++
CHI165423-+--+++--++?++-++++++----
CIN-623423+++-++??+-----+--?+++--
CLE-4-32233??--+++-?+??----++----
DAL-144222---?++--+?+++?-++?++??
DEN-3-34144++?-----+++++-----?--+++
DET-5-13343+++---?--++?+--+--++---
GB-264422++?++-+-----++++?+++?++
HOU-502332?-+--++---?+++?-?+?-
IND-2-31433?+--+++?+--?+-----??
JAX-2-51343---++?----??+?-++--?
KC6-35035++++---?++--++----?----++++
MIA-324223--?+---++?+?++-++?++----
MIN-196322-+++++++?--+--++-+++++??
NE-7-33143--++++-----?--+???++-++
NO413232--???+++?+++-?++----+
NYG-1-22333?+?+++++----?+---?---
NYJ-204133-?++------++--++++?+??-
OAK-214324++++----?++++---?---+++-
PHI-6-32252+-?-++?-?++?--+----?
PIT-2-21423--+??-?++----?+?+-++
SD615215----+-++--+--++?++?++--++++
SEA6-31342---++-?+?---+??+?-++
SF974412+-??+++++??++--+++--++
STL1002423??--?---+++++++-+?---
TB3-21442++---?-+?+?---+?-+-
TEN-243312?--+++--???+-+++++???
WAS-3-32343?++-+?+++---+----?--?


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