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Drafting by strength of schedule: Easier said than done

Updated: June 19, 2008, 12:09 PM ET
By AJ Mass | ESPN.com

Flash back to last season, if you will. There you were during your fantasy draft, lists in hand, as the final few rounds crept closer. All the top names on your cheat sheet had been crossed out since the Calvin Coolidge administration, and it was time to make your reach picks. Any selection at this point of the draft is a roll of the dice, but you look down at your options and decide to go with Dwayne Jarrett of Carolina over Justin Gage of Tennessee since, according to the strength of schedule, ...

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