This article is part of our NFL Waiver Wire series.
We've reached the playoffs in FFPC and potentially some home/keeper leagues. Every decision feels magnified at this point, and we'll do our best to highlight some under-the-radar options who should still be available across different league formats. As usual, there isn't repetition from the traditional waiver wire column, so take a look at that article for some additional options.
Teddy Bridgewater at Chiefs (19 percent ESPN)
It's a tough week to stream a quarterback, so Bridgewater may be the best option. The Chiefs defense has improved lately, so this isn't a slam dunk matchup. On the other hand, Bridgewater will have to take to the air plenty in this pivotal AFC West matchup.
Tyrod Taylor vs. Colts (23 percent ESPN)
Taylor took advantage of a positive matchup against the Jets. That won't repeat against Indy, though he's posted a solid floor of production thanks to his rushing ability.
Jimmy Garoppolo at Seahawks (15 percent ESPN)
Garoppolo continues to move the ball efficiently, though the 49ers also continue to limit his volume. That slightly lowers his appeal, particularly in a matchup where the team should be able to dictate tempo.
Trevor Lawrence at Rams (23 percent ESPN)
Speaking of rushing floor, Lawrence topped 30 yards on the ground in two of his last three games. He's also failed to throw for multiple TDs since Week 1, but refer back to this being a position devoid of decent streaming options.
Mac Jones at Bills (21 percent ESPN)
Jones surpassed 30 pass