NFL Playoff Overall Fantasy Rankings December 31, 2013  |  Chet


Good day Fake Footballers and all the ships at fake football sea. Welcome to the 2013 or is that 2014 NFL Playoffs? Whatever it is, we have more football and that means fantasy! I know some of you degenerates have playoff drafts so we’ve put together overall rankings and we’ll also have our Wildcard Rankings out today as well as The Fake Football Playoff Contest where winners will win a sweet The Fake Football shirt worth 1 million Canadian dollars.

Strategy for playoff long leagues depends largely on who you think wins. Your goal is to field a full roster each playoff round, which of course becomes harder the closer you get to the Super Bowl. Seattle and Denver are your safe picks, but you can always go contrarian and pick a lot of guys from the team you think will upset one of those two teams on the road and if that happens you have a big leg up. If it doesn’t it’s time to put your leg down because nobody wants to see that.

So here are the rankings and good luck sirs and ma’ams!

Seattle Seahawks v San Francisco 49ers

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