Streaming is a strategy in fantasy sports, especially in fantasy football and baseball, where a manager doesn’t commit to certain players at specific positions for the entire season. Instead, they rotate players in and out of their lineup based on weekly matchups, player hot streaks, or other situational factors. This approach is often used for positions that are less predictable and where player performance varies significantly from week to week.
Streaming can be an effective way to maximize points, especially when dealing with injuries, bye weeks, or underperforming players. It requires active management and a good understanding of player matchups and league trends. Successful streaming can give a manager a significant edge, especially in leagues with deep benches or large numbers of teams.