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The 2012 Fantasy Football Playoffs are upon us. You’re either in, or you’re out. If you’re in, you most likely face a three-game journey to win the championship. It isn’t easy. It involves a lot of luck, but you still have a chance.
We’ve crunched the numbers here at Unathletic and have found five guys that are going to key runs to championships. Five guys that will single-handedly have the biggest impact on the fantasy playoffs…
Hit the jump to check them out….
5.) Peyton Manning – QB – Denver Broncos
The minute you see Oakland on the schedule that’s an automatic ‘get on board sign’. Peyton Manning should have a field day on Thursday night, propelling you into the semifinals vs. Baltimore. Baltimore’s defense isn’t what it use to be, and I think Peyton finishes very strong with D. Thomas and co. Deploy at will.
4.) Julio Jones – WR – Atlanta Falcons
Julio always gets the nod over Roddy because his propensity for the gigantic play. You want to talk about fluffy schedule; Carolina, The Giants, and Detroit in the Championship. I could see Jones going HAM in the finally three especially vs. the Lions. (Health and rest because things are locked up could be an issue)
BEST OF MAXIM
Six more divisional rematches as we get ready for the final four weeks of the regular season. With four playoff spots secure, the race is on.
I was jacked back then Juan…
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