The Strength of Schedule Streaming app allows you to see which players have the easiest or most difficult upcoming schedules, a potentially league-winning edge that gives you the opportunity to buy players right before they explode in plus matchups.
The Los Vegas Raiders have already had their bye, and quarterback Derek Carr is playing at an impressive, efficient level. Carr has tossed multiple touchdown passes in each of his last four games (Weeks 2-5) and has only thrown a single interception on the season. Over his previous four contests, Carr slots in as the QB8 in points/game.
Before the Monday Night Football doubleheader in Week 6, Carr leads the league in completion percentage and ranks No. 2 in quarterback rating. His efficient play, coupled with a strong running game, has quietly made him a viable starting quarterback over the next chunk of the season.
Looking ahead, Carr has the second-easiest schedule over the next four weeks. Suppose you need a streaming option in single-quarterback leagues or have lost your quarterback to injury. In that case, Carr is an above-average quarterback who can propel your fantasy team to weekly wins moving forward. His arsenal of Henry Ruggs, Hunter Renfrow, and Darren Waller provides him with ample weapons to generate fantasy success.
Quarterback Strength of Schedule – Weeks 7-10
If you cannot add Carr to your roster, a secondary option could be Teddy Bridgewater. While Carr has gotten it done with efficiency, Bridgewater has gotten it done with both volume and efficiency. His touchdowns are lacking, but Bridgewater continues to play to his strengths. He currently sits in the top 10 among quarterbacks in passing attempts, passing competitions, completion percentage, passing yards, and even rushing yards.