Fantasy Playoffs Schedule Breakdown

Maybe you've been riding Drew Brees or Peyton Manning's golden arm to fantasy dominance this year, and one names keeps popping in your head: Billy Volek. For those new to fantasy football, Volek was the Titans backup quarterback who burst onto the scene in 2004 with back-to-back 400 yard passing games during the fantasy playoffs, turning wide receiver Drew Bennett into a star in the process. The lesson? Matchups matter in the fantasy playoffs, especially if your studs are resting because their teams have clinched playoff spots (this applies to you Colts and Saints owners).

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Thankfully, the guys over at Fanhouse have broken down every team's Week 15 and 16 games, to help you plan for which players and teams have the easiest slates during the fantasy playoffs. Check out the full list here. Here's the Cliff Notes version of which teams have the most advantageous matchups:

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Passing offenses: Arizona, Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, and San Diego

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Rushing offenses: Cincinati, Cleveland, Minnesota, New England, and New York Giants

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If you're in a strong position in your league, make an offer for Anquan Boldin/Steve Breaston, Matt Cassel or Brandon Jacobs/Ahmad Bradshaw on the cheap now. It just might win you a title.

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