For postseason rankings for the upcoming week, check out Jeff Erickson's Weekly Rankings.
These playoffs are more wide open than usual, so the key to your playoff draft will be stacking particular teams, virtually any of whom could go on a run this year.
Quarterback was the hardest position to rank as Watson through Trubisky could be listed in any order. It felt odd having Trubisky as the 10th QB, given the Bears are the biggest Wild Card weekend favorite, but even if Nick Foles isn't seriously hurt (and he might be), the Bears could win without Trubisky doing much. Put differently, the upside for Watson, Lamar Jackson, Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott and Andrew Luck seems higher, even though Trubisky put up big fantasy numbers earlier in the year. But I could be wrong about that, so order those however you like.
Running back was only tricky because of the injuries. Todd Gurley and Spencer Ware should be back, but at what capacity, and to what extent would Ware displace Damien Williams? Melvin Gordon is also hurt, though the Chargers deemed his injury minor.
The receivers were clearer cut for me, but it's interesting how many superstars (Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, Odell Beckham) are missing from the playoffs. I could see an argument for taking Cooks/Woods over Hopkins given projected games, but if Hopkins gets even two, that could be a huge mistake, and the Rams are hardly guaranteed to beat a game Bears, Cowboys or Seahawks squad.
Tight end was a disaster - consider that the hobbled carcass of Gronk is still the No. 2 player on the board. There is only one good option, and drafting Kelce would give you a huge leg up.
Kicker and defense largely track the current Super Bowl futures odds, though I adjusted kicker somewhat for skill. There's no way I can put Parkey above Tucker even though the Bears are +1000 and the Ravens +2000 to win the Super Bowl, respectively.
Keep in mind these rankings were created Monday morning after Week 17, so check back for injury updates on players like Gurley, Gordon, Ware, etc.