This article is part of our NFL Waiver Wire series.
Another fantasy season is in the books for most owners, and hopefully it was a fun season for everyone. If you're still playing this week in a championship (most fantasy playoffs are typically of the two-week variety) there are some good pickups depending on how injuries shake out. If your season is done, hopefully there was a championship or two for you, or at least an enjoyable break from the norm managing your fantasy team for the last 16-plus weeks.
Just because most season-long leagues are over doesn't mean there still isn't fantasy to be played. Check out the daily fantasy sites (you can find a weekly FanDuel article on RotoWire by yours truly for this week and throughout the playoffs) and look into some type of fantasy playoff format. My preferred format is one-and-done, using each player once for the whole playoffs with expanded weekly starting lineups. This offers the most strategy when it comes to choosing the right time to use a player and and the right time to wait on a player.
I'd like to thank everyone for reading throughout the season and especially those who took the time to comment. Hopefully, this article was helpful in some way, shape or form either by my recommending a certain player or answering a start-or-sit question you might have had. I'd like to think throughout the years of doing this a nice community has formed here with the goal of helping everyone's fantasy team.
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