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2020 Fantasy Football Playoff Rankings

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Welcome to the 2020 Fantasy Football Playoff Rankings.

The regular season is over, but Fantasy Football does not need to be. You can join Fantasy Playoff leagues and I’m guessing if you are here, you already have.

The strategy for these leagues’ drafts is quite different than your regular season strategy. You are not just predicting the performance of the players, you need to take into consideration the number of games each player will play.

Most of the time the number of games played will be a huge reason why one player outscored another if they are in the same general tier of players. This of course is not always true since we also get huge single-game performances. With a max of four games for any one team, one monster game is enough to put a player in the top-10 at their position.

In years past I have tried to draft as many players as possible from the teams I think will make the Super Bowl. This year is different as I don’t think there are clear favorites to make it there. Yes, the Chiefs and Packers are the favorites, but I think it is really tight this season and almost any team can get there. With that said, I will be trying to diversify my roster this year to just draft the best available players.

I do highly suggest taking a Quarterback early in this format and you will want at least two. If you are left without a QB after the second round of the playoffs you will not have a lot of success.

Good luck and I hope our Fantasy Football content helped you this season. Come back as we also will be preparing some NFL Draft content as well.

2020 Fantasy Football Playoff Rankings


About Joe Bond

Not just another "Average Joe" when it comes to Fantasy Sports, he is the fantasy brain trust behind the FantasySixPack.net website. Joe included in the FantasyPros Consensus Rankings for Football, Baseball and Basketball and finished well each year, including a top-5 in-season ranking for Football in 2019 and other top-15 finishes. You can find him on Twitter, @F6P_Joe, where he is waiting by the keyboard for your question.

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