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One fantasy player to own from every team this weekend

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If you're the kind of dedicated lunatic who continues to play fantasy football into the actual NFL playoffs, I see you. This one's for you.

Basically, I'm just going to recommend one player from each

Chiefs: WR Jeremy Maclin

He is easily the best receiving option on this team, and one of the better receivers in the NFL in 2015, particularly when you consider that he was working on an offense without Jamaal Charles and with famous noodle arm Alex Smith are quarterback.

Texans: WR DeAndre Hopkins

I have a weird feeling that Alfred Blue is going to have a big game, but you never bet on those kinds of hunches. Go with Hopkins, another tremendous receiver who has had a great year despite the crappy quarterbacks throwing to him.

Steelers: WR Antonio Brown

You're sensing a pattern here, yes? Brown wast almost as good as Julio Jones this year.

Bengals: TE Tyler Eifert

Eifert's breakout season didn't go quite the way it was supposed to, but he scored 13 touchdowns this year and is a terrific play at a weak position.

Seahawks: QB Russell Wilson

I'll confess to being a Wilson skeptic early, but he's had one of the better stretches of the last decade this season, and he's done so without Marshawn Lynch and a working offensive line. I'd start him over almost anyone else.

Vikings: RB Adrian Peterson

He's bound to have a quieter game if the Vikings make any kind of a run, but he should be effective against Seattle. Grab McKinnon if you'd like insurance.

Packers: QB Aaron Rodgers

It's weird to be in the playoffs and not feel great about the Packers' fantasy prospects, but here we are. I'll bet that Rodgers has a bit of a throwback game against Washington, though.

Redskins: QB Kirk Cousins

He's been almost as hot as Russell Wilson, and the Packers' defense is nothing to write home about .

Who would you pick?