2018 NFL Playoff Fantasy Rankings Report (Preview)
John Holler & Michael Nazarek - 12/31/2018
When it comes to playing postseason fantasy football, there are two basic schools of thought that come into play – take the best players, but weigh them by how many games you think they’re going to play.
What makes postseason fantasy ball unique is that a minimum of four teams are going to play one game and at least two teams are going to play three games (or possibly four).
The difference between these rankings and the standard rankings/auction values used in the regular season is that someone like Melvin Gordon will be ranked lower than lesser backs from other teams because going across the country to play Baltimore’s defense could have the wild card Chargers as a one-and-done.
What follow are the rankings based upon the formula we’re using based upon the number of games you can reasonably expect a...
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