2013 Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule (SoS)
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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 2013 Week 1 through Week 17

Fantasy Season
1-17  1-16  1-15  1-14  1-13
Partial Season
1-5  6-10  11-15
Fantasy Playoffs
14-16  14-17  15-16  15-17

PIT 18th 17th 13th 23rd 2nd 1st 30th 5th 2nd 16th 17th
DET 5th 8th 7th 3rd 7th 2nd 11th 26th 11th 9th 2nd
GB 8th 14th 3rd 22nd 4th 3rd 7th 18th 4th 8th 16th
DAL 11th 4th 5th 27th 21st 4th 2nd 7th 7th 4th 9th
PHI 2nd 7th 6th 5th 13th 5th 1st 20th 10th 2nd 11th
CHI 9th 15th 4th 30th 10th 6th 8th 11th 3rd 11th 13th
BAL 16th 12th 16th 20th 3rd 7th 15th 6th 15th 12th 14th
CLE 17th 22nd 10th 29th 5th 8th 12th 21st 1st 23rd 12th
MIN 23rd 10th 15th 21st 11th 9th 25th 27th 5th 20th 8th
NE 29th 28th 23rd 16th 1st 10th 28th 13th 17th 6th 26th
KC 4th 1st 8th 13th 12th 11th 27th 3rd 31st 1st 19th
SD 7th 2nd 14th 14th 16th 12th 32nd 22nd 25th 3rd 20th
CIN 15th 16th 11th 26th 6th 13th 9th 14th 16th 22nd 6th
SEA 14th 26th 29th 2nd 29th 14th 3rd 12th 24th 10th 23rd
CAR 19th 29th 21st 6th 19th 15th 5th 23rd 6th 18th 29th
IND 27th 11th 32nd 7th 22nd 16th 22nd 2nd 27th 24th 10th
DEN 6th 5th 9th 28th 25th 17th 10th 4th 21st 5th 7th
BUF 21st 27th 22nd 18th 8th 18th 29th 28th 13th 17th 31st
NYJ 25th 18th 25th 24th 9th 19th 31st 19th 8th 14th 30th
JAX 26th 13th 28th 15th 24th 20th 14th 1st 32nd 15th 5th
OAK 10th 9th 12th 25th 23rd 21st 6th 9th 30th 7th 1st
SF 28th 20th 30th 8th 27th 22nd 13th 10th 22nd 27th 24th
WAS 1st 3rd 1st 19th 15th 23rd 23rd 31st 20th 25th 4th
MIA 22nd 30th 18th 31st 18th 24th 19th 16th 14th 13th 22nd
TB 31st 32nd 20th 12th 17th 25th 18th 25th 9th 31st 28th
NO 24th 21st 24th 4th 14th 26th 16th 32nd 23rd 29th 32nd
ATL 30th 31st 27th 9th 30th 27th 17th 24th 12th 21st 25th
TEN 12th 23rd 17th 10th 31st 28th 4th 8th 29th 19th 15th
NYG 3rd 6th 2nd 17th 20th 29th 26th 29th 19th 28th 3rd
ARI 32nd 25th 26th 32nd 26th 30th 24th 17th 18th 32nd 27th
STL 20th 24th 31st 1st 28th 31st 20th 30th 28th 26th 21st
HOU 13th 19th 19th 11th 32nd 32nd 21st 15th 26th 30th 18th
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