Abandon ship on the Colts passing game
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‘Round this time of year, you have a pretty damn good idea of whether or not your team has a shot of making the playoffs. If you have a squad that looks capable of making a run, this is a good opportunity to see what is out there to help give your crew an added push. You start, of course, by looking at the needs and excesses of your roster. You should end, however, by looking at other variables, such as strength-of-schedule (SOS).
Now prior to the start of the season, the notion of strength-of-schedule is laughable. For the most part, people have no clue what NFL teams will perform like based on some preseason games and on-paper talent assessments. On the other hand, with seven weeks of the NFL season behind us and plenty of evidence at our disposal, it is much easier to determine SOS.
For fantasy owners looking to get the most out of their players, knowing a player’s SOS can be the difference between making the playoffs and sitting on the sidelines. So for this week’s edition of “NFL Real Talk,” we will break down players to buy and sell, based on their late-season/fantasy playoff matchups.
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