Normalized Strength of Schedule: Super Bowl

Teams' offensive and defensive stats normalized based on past and future strength of schedule.

Click on the blue text labels below to mix and match the time frames and data types. Click the table headers to sort by column. High numbers are green. Low numbers are blue. Green is good for offenses but bad for defenses. Normalized data helps identify matchups to research further and potentially exploit.

Fellow Footballguy, Phil Alexander, wrote an article on how to use Normalized SOS as part of your weekly research and created this helpful video tutorial before Week 7 of 2016.

Data Type Descriptions

Raw Averages: Raw per-game stats for each team.

Production Percentages: Average percentages that teams have produced/allowed compared to other teams facing the same opponents.

Strength of Schedule: Average percentages that teams' opponents have allowed/produced compared to other teams facing the same opponents.

Normalized: Past time frames are normalized against past SOS. Future time frames are normalized against both past and future SOS.

Difference: Normalized stats minus raw stats.

Team: Offense Defense
Stat Type: Positional FP Stat Categories
Time Frame: Year to Date Last 5 Games Next Game
Data Type: Raw Averages Production Percentages Strength of Schedule Normalized Difference
LAR -8% -23% -12% 49%
NE 2% 12% -1% -18%

Notes: Because future raw data doesn't exist, data from last five games is presented for future time frames when those tab combinations are chosen (Ex: Next Game + Production Percentages). Fantasy points are non-PPR. One point is awarded for every 25 passing yards, and two points are deducted for each interception.

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