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QB Strength of Schedule

Tue May 16 11:38am ET
By JEFF PAUR @jeffpaur
Sr Fantasy Writer

Using our rules for our money leagues, we came up with a schedule strength ranking for the quarterback position. We are using our fantasy defenses report to calculate the rankings. This report can be found in all of our leagues under the "reports" heading. We took the schedule of each team and entered the average number of fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks last season from all of their opponents to get our fantasy points allowed number. This is a good indication of the quarterbacks with the most favorable schedules for fantasy scoring for the coming season. Defenses obviously change from year to year, but knowing the quarterbacks that might have the easiest schedule for fantasy is always a good idea when formulating your rankings and draft strategy. 

1. Cardinals 306.38
2. Rams 310.07
3. Steelers 311.41
4. Browns 317.33
5.. Giants 317.62
6. 49ers 318.15
7. Commanders 318.63
8. Seahawks 321.21
9. Ravens 321.91
10. Dolphins 322.79
11. Titans 323.06
12. Cowboys 323.75
13. Bengals 324.01
14. Patriots 324.76
15. Jets 324.87
16. Jaguars 324.89
17. Colts 326.57
18. Eagles 327.66
19. Bills 328.78
20. Chiefs 330.32
21. Texans 331.97
22. Lions 335.42
23. Vikings 336.23
24. Buccaneers 336.54
25. Raiders 338.15
26. Broncos 338.86
27. Falcons 340.01
28. Bears 342.46
29. Panthers 343.98
30. Saints 345.59
31. Chargers 346.54
32. Packers 350.83

The Packers have the most favorable fantasy quarterback schedule in the league this year, so that could bode well for Jordan Love as he takes over the starting duties in Green Bay. Justin Herbert and the Charges have the second easiest schedule for fantasy quarterbacks. This is great news for new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, who already seems to be pass happy when calling plays. Maybe Herbert makes a run at top fantasy quarterback in the league this year. 

The Saints, Panthers and Bears round out the top five easiest schedules. Derek Carr could do well in year one in New Orleans. Rookie Bryce Young is likely to have some growing pains, but also could have some big games with this favorable schedule. And Justin Fields had his issues throwing the ball last year, but could take some more steps forward this year with some new receivers and a favorable schedule. Things are sure looking up for Fields. 

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