This week marks the “Quarter Mark” of the fantasy football season. It is a special time for us here at fantasyomatic since we have a rich enough data sample to start to be able to project strength of schedule.
In this article, we wanted to share some of the players that the numbers say will increase their production because their rest of season schedules are significantly less difficult than the first four games were for them.
Mathematically this presents value for the player since their perceived value now is very low compared to their value at the end of the season.
For fantasy purposes consider these players “Buy Low” candidates.
This post was written by Fantasy oMatic