2015 Strength of Schedule - SF
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
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Friday, May 22, 2015, 1:06pm
Lions beat writer Kyle Meinke on Theo Riddick's role in 2015:
HC Jim Caldwell has already said he expects Riddick to be a bigger part of the fold this year. But I think it could end up being mostly as a pass-catcher. I could see a scenario where many of his reps came out of the slot.
Think of it this way: Detroit's running game was awful last year, finishing 28th. Reggie Bush struggled with ankle injuries for a couple months. And the Lions still gave Riddick only 20 touches on the ground.
If Detroit didn't think Riddick could help on the ground under those circumstances, I have a hard time seeing how it happens this year after adding Ameer Abdullah. Unless Riddick totally remakes his game, which I guess is possible. I'm just not banking on it.
Riddick averaged 5.0 catches for 53 yards for 13.2 fantasy points in PPR formats in the five games that Reggie Bush missed last season, but the Lions’ decision to draft Ameer Abdullah throws cold water on Riddick’s chances of becoming a dependable PPR back.
Posted by Scot Berggren
Thursday, January 1, 2015 - 2:52pm
Wild Card – Reggie Bush vs. Dallas Cowboys
In the loss to the Packers last Sunday, Reggie Bush totaled 41 yards on eight touches. In an injury-plagued season, he collected only 550 yards and two scores. Joique Bell will continue to receive the majority of the rushing attempts, but Reggie is still a weapon in the passing game. However, if you’re looking for a RB who will be playing a few games this postseason, you’re better off looking elsewhere.