Every player will have their share of games versus bad defenses (bottom 10 defenses in the NFL) and average defenses (NFL ranking 11-22). The statistics show that most players usually perform fairly well versus these defenses. Granted, there will be those games in rain and snow and various other situations where a player may not perform well against bad or average defenses, but overall it’s typically better than their average Fantasy points per game.
The chart below is a breakdown of 2011’s top wide receivers. These numbers reflect their 2009-2011 seasons. The “FPG” is the average Fantasy Points per Game in those games. The “QG” represents the number of Quality Games earned against those tough defenses (NFL ranked Top 10). The “GP” column represents the number of games they played against tough defenses. The “QSR” represents their Quality Success Rate against the tough defenses.