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Thursday, October 29, 2015

QB Strength of Schedule - Playoff Push

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The Fantasy Football Season is half way over and after week seven, many of you know whether or not your team has what it takes to make a playoff push. We're sure plenty of you have teams on the bubble and are looking for a little advantage down the stretch... Well if you're in need of QB advice, this is the article for you!

We've done an extensive analysis of the remaining seven weeks of every starting QB's schedule to find which ones may be nice targets for the coming playoff push. Now there are always match-up proof QBs (ie. Tom Brady) but there are some interesting waiver wire QBs that could really help a team that hasn't had the greatest production from the Quarterback position. Take a look.



Notes:
*Both of the Manning brothers are sitting on top of the strength of schedule rankings
* Nick Foles, Kirk Cousins, Brian Hoyer, and Sam Bradford could all be available on waivers right now in many leagues.
*Andrew Luck, Aaron Rodgers, and Colin Kaepernick have some tough matchups the next 2-3 weeks.
*Teddy Bridgewater and Jay Cutler may need to be avoided the rest of the way.
*Bryan Hoyer finishes the season with three relatively easy defenses, plays four of his next 6 at home, has lost his running game, and plays all but one of his push games in warm weather.
*Russell Wilson will play weeks 10 through 14 in minus weather games.
*If Marcus Mariota can get healthy, he will get to play Houston, New Orleans, Jacksonville x2, and Oakland in the next seven weeks.

1 comment:

  1. Those are some great stats that you have made. I would love to see your draft picks. I usually follow https://www.fantasysportsdaily.com/ for some picks but the stats like that can give you a great edge for your fantasy plays.

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