The advantages offered by the Ultimate Strength of Schedule (USOS) when compared to traditional SOS displays are numerous and include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Fantasy Points Driven
Fantasy football is all about scoring fantasy points, so USOS is based on fantasy points.
- Removed Bias Of Schedule
Consider the following scenario: Defense A faced the 16 best offenses while Defense B faced the 16 worst offenses. If both defenses allowed opposing quarterbacks to average 300 fantasy points last season, are they equally strong? Of course not; Defense A is far superior as they faced much better offenses. This bias of schedule has been removed from USOS.
- Positional Breakdown
If you are looking for a running back, it's much more relevant to see SOS data for running backs (rather than simply rushing data).
Quick Links to Each Positional Page
Here are the links to SOS for each position. These will have far more detail including a week-by-week look at each team's schedule.
- Running Backs
- Wide Receivers
- Tight Ends
- Team Defenses
- Defensive Linemen
- Defensive Backs
The Coloring of the Values
The blue values indicate that the team has one of the eight (seven during the bye weeks) best values in that column. The red values indicate that the team has one of the eight (seven during the bye weeks) worst values in that column.
(Note: a green/red combo was considered but some people are color blind between those two colors.)
- Blue is a team with a good schedule
- Red is a team with a bad schedule
More articles from Clayton GraySee all
Why You Should Draft After Thursday's Kickoff
Ultimate Strength of Schedule, Defenses
Ultimate Strength of Schedule, Kickers
More articles on: ForecastSee all
Offensive Line Rankings and Notes: Week 11 - Bitonti
Week 11 Offensive Sleepers - Bloom
Week 11 Quarterback Tiers - Bloom