All right, folks, it is time. Did we work together and make the playoffs? If so, then you should be at least one week ahead of the waiver curve, as my advice leading up to this very moment was to set your roster up with handcuffs at both the running back and wide receiver positions. This week, I will mainly focus on real football teams based on their fantasy playoff schedules. 

Recently, I chatted with @SkyGuasco to determine the offenses we want a piece of heading into the fantasy playoffs. The list below is our collective ten top playoff teams that chart to bring your team the most scoring. The list is our favorite squads and presented as a group of ten versus a 1-10 priority list. Focus your roster on acquiring the top handcuffs and/or players from these teams to push you deep into the championship run.

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Add of the Week:  I am always honest with the readers, so here is my truth. I do not think there is a must-add player heading into Week 15. The names below may be part of the teams listed above or might be outliers. The key is to balance your roster while using your knowledge of the weekly NFL games to set up your roster for success.


QB: Jordan Love, GB:  I am not sold that this kid is the one to carry the torch after 18 years of Aaron Rodgers as AR12 did after the departure of Brett Favre, but he is certainly growing on me. Love will become more valuable when Aaron Jones is back and fully healthy. I am excited to see how Love progresses with this young WR corps.

Joe Flacco, CLE: The old man just keeps proving the haters wrong. Imagine not adding and starting Joe Flacco in week 14 and missing the playoffs because of the decision. You will kick yourself throughout the entire off-season.

Matthew Stafford, LAR:  Throwing the ball enough to make him a valuable fantasy playoff starter. The Rams’ QB is averaging 27 fantasy points over these last three weeks and has an ideal schedule down the stretch. 


RB: Zamir White, LVR: I do not love much about the Raiders, especially after watching their 0-3 loss at home versus Minnesota. What I do know is HC Aaron Pierce will feed the ball to their RB1 and hope for the best. The Raiders have a quick-turn Thursday night game, and Josh Jacobs was a no-go at Monday’s practice. Keep an eye on the Jacobs injury situation while entertaining the thought of both White and Ameer Abdullah as handcuffs.  

Antonio Gibson, WAS: Is Brian Robinson still struggling with a hamstring injury? We are not 100% sure at this time, and that means we must consider acquiring Gibson, who has proven the ability to both rush and catch.

D’Onta Foreman, CHI: I did not see this coming as I thought Foreman’s days as a viable (2023) fantasy RB were gone. Foreman certainly proved me wrong in Week 14. Let’s see what he can do moving forward. It feels like you can release Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson at this point. Neither RB is start-worthy, with all games being win or go home.

Ezekiel Elliott, NE:  Zeke proved his worth during his first week as the RB1. Ride the wave!

Ty Chandler, MIN:  Though Chandler did not look great while standing in for the injured Alexander Mattison, he did earn 15 carries and will be the lead RB should Mattison continue with injury.

Jerick McKinnon/Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC:  Both saw significant playing time, and I prefer McKinnon moving forward if Isaiah Pacheco is limited heading into Week 15.


WR: Noah Brown, HOU:  With the top two WRs now either out or dinged, the Texans will need Brown to step up. The major issue is CJ Stroud being in the league’s concussion protocol. Watch his status moving throughout the week. 

Demarcus Robinson, LAR:  With back-to-back 13+ point PPR games, I am paying attention to Robinson. Do I think he will approach the value of Cooper Kupp or Puka Nacua? No way, but we are looking at handcuffs, so if you have either of the aforementioned WRs, you need to roster Robinson as an insurance policy.

Odell Beckham Jr, BAL:  I am more apt to admit when I am wrong about a player than banging the drum when I nail a prognostication. With OBJ, I was wrong. He looks legit at this point and has stepped up with the Mark Andrews injury. If he is still available in your league, he is a must-add and probably a must-start in your playoffs.


TE: Isaiah Likely, BAL: If you need to see more, I do not know what to tell you. Must be added and active in all leagues, all formats.

Taysom Hill, NO:  If the team that owned Hill was forced to drop him on Sunday morning, then you must pounce on the TE and ensure he is in your lineup. Hill is a potential league winner.


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