2012 IDP Strength of Schedule

Look me start off by saying that this 2012 Strength of Schedule guide should only be used directionally. These rankings were developed based off of last year's IDP Points Allowed by Position and obviously team's offenses change (for better or worse) over the course of an off-season through free agent signings, coaching changes, scheme changes, rookie additions, etc.

I prefer to use this tool when I'm stuck between two very similar IDPs during the draft and can't decide which one to choose (i.e. as a tiebreaker). This has worked very well for me in the past and I expect it to continue to work very well in the future.

The IDP scoring system that this grid was based on is listed below:

Default IDP Scoring System
Solo Tackles 1.5
Assists 0.75
Sacks 5
INTs 5
Forced Fumbles 4
Fumble Recoveries 4
Passes Defensed 1.5

Rankings go from 1-32 with 1 being the most favorable schedule for that position and 32 being the least favorable schedule for that position. I've highlighted the top 5 schedules for each position in GREEN and the bottom 5 schedules for each position in RED.

I hope you find this helpful and feel free to suggest any additions to the grid that you may find useful.

Team DT DE LB CB S
    Arizona Cardinals 16 13 15 27 25
    Atlanta Falcons 32 21 3 1 4
    Baltimore Ravens 22 26 6 20 1
    Buffalo Bills 11 8 20 32 22
    Carolina Panthers 31 20 7 5 5
    Chicago Bears 2 11 30 18 31
    Cincinnati Bengals 13 14 1 13 19
    Cleveland Browns 25 16 10 6 14
    Dallas Cowboys 30 18 4 17 2
    Denver Broncos 19 32 21 7 3
    Detroit Lions 3 5 29 28 29
    Green Bay Packers 8 2 25 22 24
    Houston Texans 7 9 32 21 32
    Indianapolis Colts 4 25 28 26 20
    Jacksonville Jaguars 10 28 31 12 23
    Kansas City Chiefs 20 31 11 4 8
    Miami Dolphins 17 12 24 31 11
    Minnesota Vikings 6 1 23 29 28
    New England Patriots 5 3 13 24 30
    New Orleans Saints 26 29 18 10 18
    New York Giants 23 23 16 14 6
    New York Jets 9 17 26 16 17
    Oakland Raiders 14 19 19 9 12
    Philadelphia Eagles 18 15 8 8 7
    Pittsburgh Steelers 28 22 2 19 9
    San Diego Chargers 24 27 22 11 15
    San Francisco 49ers 21 4 5 15 21
    Seattle Seahawks 12 7 12 23 27
    St Louis Rams 15 6 14 30 13
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 30 17 3 10
    Tennessee Titans 1 10 27 25 26
    Washington Redskins 29 24 9 2 16


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Last Updated: April 24, 2012
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1 comments:

Unknown said...

Hey, love your wok on this site!

I always thought a strength of schedule analysis of IDP players would be a useful tool. I think an even better tool would be to compare last year's strength of schedule to this year's to really be able to predict what players could potentially seen an increase or decrease in production.

Thanks!

-Mike

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