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DFS Building Blocks – Week 18

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We’ve reached the final week of full slates. We’ll have some limited coverage for the larger playoff slates, but most of those slates you should treat like a showdown lineup looking for unique lineups that tell a story the field isn’t expecting. Or, at minimum, a lineup that is very plausible but tells a slightly different story than the heavy public chalk. If you think player x is a homerun during the playoffs, so does everyone else. Keep that in mind as you consider building unique lineups.

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