Now that it's fantasy football playoff time, matchups become even more important as owners need to make sure the most production from their running backs, wide receivers and tight ends. While it's not uncommon to stream defense/special teams (DST) or alternate quarterbacks, even in the playoffs, that's not really the best strategy to employ with your RBs or WRs. Now more than ever, starting the right one is critical.
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