Fantasy strength of schedule
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By now most fantasy football owners realize how futile it is to project and prepare for their fantasy playoffs on draft day.
If we could just know for sure which players would have the easiest go of things when our fantasy playoffs take place (typically Weeks 14-16), we'd be sure to lean in their favor when it came our turn to decide between two evenly ranked players. But that's the problem: We don't know for sure. For instance, on first blush, that Cardinals' schedule looks mighty favorable ...
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