2018 NFL Playoffs Fantasy Football: Big Board and Positional Rankings

Once you set up your NFL Playoffs fantasy league, utilize The Wolf's rankings to achieve success.

Welcome, Fantasy Addict. If you’ve stumbled upon this, you’re clearly looking to extend the fantasy season even further with some 2018 NFL Playoffs Fantasy Football. Thus, we salute you and will feed you the goods.

Before digging into the rankings, be sure to check this post. We offer an overview on the way Playoffs Fantasy Football works, advise on the ideal league set up and format, and give some general strategy tips. Consider it a necessary primer.

As a quick hit overview for you lazy souls, these rankings are driven by both individual talent, but also (and more importantly) potential Games Played. Remember, you’ll score points for as many games as your players are in for. Thus, strong “Team Rankings” are crucial. Click it here to see how I envision the playoffs unfolding and rank each team for fantasy purposes.


Also and as always, scoring and roster composition need to drive rankings as well. Here’s our recommendation for the ideal set up:

League Size: 6 owners

Scoring: 1/2 PPR, 4 Pt passing TDs, standard yardage awards

Rosters: 2 QBs, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, and 1 Flex (W / RB)

Thus, our rankings are a bit more QB-Centric given the 2 QB format.

This covers the holistic overview. I’ll be adding notes throughout today on individual players and why I have them ranked as such, so keep checking back.


2018 NFL Playoffs Fantasy Football: Big Board and Positional Rankings





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