This article is part of our NFL Playoff Rankings series.
This list is geared toward playoff leagues with PPR fantasy scoring (4/6, 20/10) and that draft only once before the playoffs and count all scoring through the Super Bowl. So it's a mix of per-game production and the number of projected games for a given team.
For non-PPR rankings, not much changes. You could bump up Nick Chubb a spot or two, for example, but it's hard to think of anyone who makes a significant move.
For postseason rankings for the upcoming week, check out Jeff Erickson's Weekly Rankings.
These are mostly by the seedings, but a couple teams get boosted. The Buccaneers draw the Football Team and have a better chance to advance than the rest of the 5-8 seeds, so their defense and key skill players saw a boost.
If I had one general piece of advice to offer when building playoff rosters, it's this: gamble on good players like Jonathan Taylor and Terry McLaurin even if they're on first-round underdogs. They often post huge numbers in their only game, and if an upset happens, you'll have a big leg up on the rest of the league.