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The Strength of Schedule Article can't be right this week (1 Viewer)

jeano

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If I am reading it correctly, Kansas City and Cincinnati are two of the easiest matchups in the league. That sure does not seem right.

The weekly article has been great and very helpful so far but I can't help thinking there are some serious errors in it this week.

 
If I am reading it correctly, Kansas City and Cincinnati are two of the easiest matchups in the league. That sure does not seem right.

The weekly article has been great and very helpful so far but I can't help thinking there are some serious errors in it this week.
It's not that they are easy match-ups.....they're playing 2 of the most potent offenses.

Now Washington being a neutral RB match-up ...... that might be a head scratcher :^ )

 
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If I am reading it correctly, Kansas City and Cincinnati are two of the easiest matchups in the league. That sure does not seem right.

The weekly article has been great and very helpful so far but I can't help thinking there are some serious errors in it this week.
It's not that they are easy match-ups.....they're playing 2 of the most potent offenses.

Now Washington being a neutral RB match-up ...... that might be a head scratcher :^ )
from my understanding, these numbers do not take into account upcoming opponent when calculating the numbers

 
If I am reading it correctly, Kansas City and Cincinnati are two of the easiest matchups in the league. That sure does not seem right.

The weekly article has been great and very helpful so far but I can't help thinking there are some serious errors in it this week.
It's not that they are easy match-ups.....they're playing 2 of the most potent offenses.

Now Washington being a neutral RB match-up ...... that might be a head scratcher :^ )
from my understanding, these numbers do not take into account upcoming opponent when calculating the numbers
Correct, these numbers are supposed to be opponent agnostic. They are supposed to just be the strength in general. It's the same reason that Green Bay was a "tough matchup" vs the 49ers in Week 1 even though Rodgers is the elite of elite. It's possible they posted last seasons Week 3 on accident. I know it's happened before.

 
OK.....it doesn't really explain how the rankings are done. I guess it was explained somewhere and you can't come in cold not knowing. I'm assuming the point values per position don't include PPR?

 

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