2013 Fantasy Strength of Schedule (SoS)
Strength of schedule is important tool in the arsenal of serious fantasy football drafters. By knowing what players have easier schedules you'll be able to make the hard decisions between two players.
Our Strength of Schedule rankings are based on fantasy points (performance scoring) allowed by position. #1 is the best/easiest/most favorable schedule for that position and #32 is the hardest/least favorable schedule. #1 means that the opponents that the team faces during the selected period allow the most fantasy points. Click the table headers to sort.
For example, the team listed as #1 for QBs has the best/easiest/most favorable schedule for the selected time frame because those opponents surrendered the most fantasy points to QBs over the time period.
Chart build using data from 2012 Week 1 through Week 17