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Stream

Meaning Rotating players in and out of a lineup
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Stream is a fantasy sports strategy that refers to the rotating in and out of players in the lineup. The strategy involves starting players that have favorable matchups and the best chance for scoring points.

The standard strategy by most fantasy owners is to draft the best players in the most impactful positions and play them regardless of the matchup. However, the stream approach puts more emphasis on player matchups versus the defense instead of relying on pure talent, player popularity, and name recognition.

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"He is going to stream players in and out of his lineup so he is looking at the strength of schedules for each WR."
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Updated November 30, 2016

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