- KC Joyner, NFL Insider
When it comes to fantasy playoff waiver suggestions, the best approach is a focused one. Most fantasy teams still playing at this time are solid at most positions, and the only upgrades their owners will be considering are ones that resolve very specialized issues.
This week's Pass Plays will take a look at four of those specialized issues: tight ends, point-per-reception (PPR) wide receivers, high-risk/high-reward candidates (for those owners facing dominant teams) and quarterbacks (for leagues with two quarterbacks or the all-encompassing offensive player position).
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