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It's been coming for weeks, but now, the end is finally here. Season-long championships are either complete or stupid, and the real NFL playoffs will be starting next week. Week 17 is a fickle beast, and the best bet is to expect the unexpected. Just one year ago, Orleans Darkwa and Albert Wilson were the leading rusher and receiver. Deshone Kizer threw for 314/2/1 while rushing for another 61. Exactly like we all expected.
Playoff Implications & How to Use Them
Trying to figure out everyone who might pop up and surprise everyone can drive you crazy. What is easier, for DFS roster construction purposes, is identifying matchups that offer some certainty. Currently, there are five teams that need to win to secure a playoff spot, or at least improve their chances. Another seven can improve or secure their seeding.
Really it's easier to figure out who has nothing to play for and ignore them. Only two of the teams that have clinched a playoff spot are locked in: New Orleans and Dallas. Expect their starters to rest, but don't ignore their games.
This week, things are going to be a little different from my usual format. I'll look at the matchups of the non-locked playoff teams and teams looking to clinch, highlighting the best plays from those games. Roster builds should start with these players, as their workloads should be consistent with their work up until now. Good luck this week, and enjoy the last full slate of the season.
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