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Player rankings for divisional playoffs

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By Michael Blunda

Here are our fantasy rankings for the divisional round of the playoffs:

Quarterbacks

  1. Tom Brady / Patriots
  2. Aaron Rodgers / Packers
  3. Jay Cutler / Bears
  4. Ben Roethlisberger / Steelers
  5. Joe Flacco / Ravens
  6. Matt Ryan / Falcons
  7. Matt Hasselbeck / Seahawks
  8. Mark Sanchez / Jets

 

Running backs

  1. Michael Turner / Falcons
  2. Matt Forté / Bears
  3. Rashard Mendenhall / Steelers
  4. LaDainian Tomlinson / Jets
  5. BenJarvus Green-Ellis / Patriots
  6. Ray Rice / Ravens
  7. Shonn Greene / Jets
  8. Marshawn Lynch / Seahawks
  9. James Starks / Packers
  10. Danny Woodhead / Patriots
  11. Jason Snelling / Falcons
  12. Willis McGahee / Ravens
  13. Brandon Jackson / Packers
  14. Chester Taylor / Bears
  15. Justin Forsett / Seahawks
  16. John Kuhn / Packers
  17. Isaac Redman / Steelers
  18. Mewelde Moore / Steelers

 

Wide receivers

  1. Roddy White / Falcons
  2. Greg Jennings / Packers
  3. Mike Wallace / Steelers
  4. Wes Welker / Patriots
  5. Anquan Boldin / Ravens
  6. Santonio Holmes / Jets
  7. Mike Williams / Seahawks
  8. Johnny Knox / Bears
  9. Braylon Edwards / Jets
  10. Deion Branch / Patriots
  11. Hines Ward / Steelers
  12. Derrick Mason / Ravens
  13. Earl Bennett / Bears
  14. Donald Driver / Packers
  15. Ben Obomanu / Seahawks
  16. James Jones / Packers
  17. Brandon Stokley / Seahawks
  18. Emmanuel Sanders / Steelers
  19. Devin Hester / Bears
  20. Brandon Tate / Patriots
  21. Jerricho Cotchery / Jets
  22. T.J. Houshmandzadeh / Ravens
  23. Jordy Nelson / Packers
  24. Michael Jenkins / Falcons
  25. Ruvell Martin / Seahawks
  26. Harry Douglas / Falcons
  27. Brad Smith / Jets
  28. Golden Tate / Seahawks

 

Tight ends

  1. Rob Gronkowski / Patriots
  2. Todd Heap / Ravens
  3. Tony Gonzalez / Falcons
  4. Aaron Hernandez / Patriots
  5. Dustin Keller / Jets
  6. John Carlson / Seahawks
  7. Greg Olsen / Bears
  8. Heath Miller / Steelers
  9. Andrew Quarless / Packers
  10. Donald Lee / Packers

 

Placekickers

  1. Robbie Gould / Bears
  2. Mason Crosby / Packers
  3. Matt Bryant / Falcons
  4. Billy Cundiff / Ravens
  5. Shayne Graham / Patriots
  6. Nick Folk / Jets
  7. Shaun Suisham / Steelers
  8. Olindo Mare / Seahawks

 

Defenses/special teams

  1. Bears
  2. Steelers
  3. Ravens
  4. Patriots
  5. Packers
  6. Falcons
  7. Seahawks
  8. Jets

 

On Thursday, Michael Blunda will analyze each divisional playoff game from a fantasy perspective.

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