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    14 Players to Buy Low/Sell High (Fantasy Football) | FantasyPros

    Fantasy trade deadlines are just a few weeks away, so closing a deal is imperative to help you get through the breaks and advance to the playoffs or stay on top of the leaderboard. trading is still an art that is difficult to master with half the league still waiting for their break. this gives top teams an added edge to snag top talent who are on their bye or haven’t had it yet, as they can likely afford to lose. however, don’t let that be too big of a focus. At the end of the day, the best trades are the ones where you send someone for maximum value in exchange for a player or pack that could be even more useful in the future. With that in mind, our featured experts are back to talk about their favorite trade candidates ahead of week 10.

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    q1. Who is your favorite low buy trade candidate at this time of the season and why? Besides, who are you willing to give for him?

    brandon aiyuk (wr – sf) “aiyuk started the season in head coach kyle shanahan’s doghouse, but has earned praise from his coach in recent weeks for his better practice habits and has seen his fast participation trend increase from 67% in week 4 to 71%, 71%, 88% and 93% the last four games. I expect more six-catch, 89-yard, one-touchdown games like the one he produced Sunday in the second half, especially as the 49ers go from the fourth-hardest schedule of the first half by dvoa to the 11th-easiest the rest of the way. In exchange for Aiyuk, he would offer the likes of Devonta Freeman, Darrel Williams and Elijah Moore, whose values ​​could decline as their teammates get back on their feet.” – scott spratt (soccer outsiders)

    brandin cooks (wr – hou) “it’s boring, but I’m looking to add cooks whenever I can. He hasn’t had a 100-yard game since Week 3, but he ranks in the top five in the NFL in goals, team goal percentage and passing yards. Houston has several exploitable matchups available, including the Jets, Jaguars, Colts, Seahawks, and Titans, and with the Texans on a bye, it’s an easy time to make a low buyout offer for Cooks. I would prefer it to courtland sutton, jerry jeudy or devonta smith, and I think you can make the trade for any of them. -dan harris (fantasypros)

    cordarrelle patterson (rb – atl) “against all odds, patterson has broken out at the ripe old age of 30, as arthur smith has turned him into one of the most dangerous weapons in the game. not only is he the rb1 of the falcons, but he is also the wr1, as he has averaged more than six goals per game in the last five games and has been the most consistent option to catch passes on the team, more than kyle pitts, Russell Gage, or any other position player. he’s either wr5 or rb6 in points per game, depending on which position you decide to put him in, and he’s just one point short of davante adams and four points short of alvin kamara, but no one (other than me) wants to discuss his name among the elites of fantasy! This is where you take advantage of non-believers by changing it to Patterson and giving up a name that would have sounded blasphemous just 10 weeks ago. Players I’d trade for Patterson include Antonio Gibson, James Robinson, Leonard Fournette, Josh Jacobs, Joe Mixon (you can definitely get another strong piece with Patterson here and Mixon won’t keep scoring every game), Ceedee Lamb, Tyler Lockett, Michael Pittman , dj moore, and the list goes on”. – michael petropoulos (broto fantasy)

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    cole beasley (wr – buf) “opponents are starting to give josh allen and the bills the same kind of high coverage 2 treatment that patrick mahomes and the chiefs have been getting . That emphasis on taking the deep pass away from Allen could lead to more targets for Beasley, a short-area pass receiver who can also be relied on as a de facto RB when inconsistent bills fail. To land Beasley in a half point or full point PPR league, try baiting the hook with an RB3 guy like A.J. dillon or tony pollard. – pat fitzmaurice (fantasypros)

    jalen hurts (qb – phi) “he has a negative matchup this week, a bye is coming up and he is coming off the two worst fantasy performances of his career. There will never be a better time to get hurt on her fantasy team. He is playing against the rest of the NFC East (Washington twice) in the fantasy playoffs. he strikes while the iron is hot.” – tim brosnan (tim’s fantasy tips)

    jerry jeudy (wr – den) “I would buy little in jeudy. Since he returned from injury, his relationship with Teddy Bridgewater hasn’t skipped a beat. he has led the team in goals and sacks on his return. he would give up mike williams to get it.” – lawrence jackson (lord of fantasy football)

    ceedee lamb (wr – dal) “lamb has been like a roller coaster this season. However, the talent of a WR1 still remains and Dak Prescott is healthy once again. Lamb can probably be acquired along with a bench piece for Deebo Samuel (whose injury history is rising again along with an imminent QB change). the lamb could be a stretch monster.” – joe pisapia (fantasypros)

    q2. who is your favorite candidate to sell high at this time of the season and why? Also, who would you try to get in return?

    t.j. hockenson (te – det) “i think hokenson will be a great option at tight end for the rest of the season, but the gap has narrowed enough for me between him and several other options i would try to sell him after his last race. Hokenson is coming off a 10-catch, 89-yard performance against the Eagles, and has seen 31 goals in his last three games. But his next five opponents — the Steelers, Browns, Bears, Vikings and Broncos — rank in the top half of the league by limiting fantasy points to opposing tight ends, with the last three ranking in the top seven. . Strange to say, but we’re now in a place where tight end is a deep position with reliable options like Pat Freiermuth, Dallas Goedert and Dalton Schultz emerging, so fantasy managers recruiting Hockenson should look to sell high. He would target a reliable WR2 like Chris Godwin or Mike Evans, or a solid RB2 like Leonard Fournette or Elijah Mitchell.” -dan harris (fantasypros)

    Melvin Gordon (RB – Den) “Gordon has enjoyed a professional renaissance with decent basic efficiencies in two seasons with the Broncos. he has even been in the top 15 with 118 fantasy points in the first half this season. But his rookie teammate, Javonte Williams, has a 16.8% tackle avoidance rate according to Sportradar charts, which is second-best at the position. He’s a future star, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Broncos shift workload distribution to Williams in December, similar to what the Rams did with Cam Akers and the Ravens did with J.K. dobbins in 2020 as gordon will become a free agent in the offseason. Don’t rat Gordon out, but I’d trade him for Michael Carter, Elijah Mitchell, or his own teammate, Jerry Jeudy. I think these guys are more likely to keep their current values ​​in the fantasy playoffs.” – scott spratt (soccer outsiders)

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    terry mclaurin (wr – was) “mclaurin may very well be the poster child for fantasy football volatility, having been a top five weekly wr overall three times (ppr) but he has also finished as the wr44 or worse five times.his qb, taylor heinicke, has been just as unpredictable, having produced a week qb12 or better four times and a week qb22 or worse four times.okay With broto’s exclusive points-over-average tool, the washington football team has the second-toughest remaining schedule for wrs, which means more five-point games are coming from scary terry. Some players I’d look to acquire in exchange for Scary Terry, or a pack revolving around him (something like McLaurin and a WR3/4 or an RB2/3), are A.J. Brown, Cordarrelle Patterson, Justin Jefferson, Ja’Marr Chase, Aaron Jones, and Darrell Henderson. – michael petropoulos (broto fantasy)

    zack moss (rb – buf) “this is probably not a bad time to take money from moss. He hasn’t scored a touchdown or rushed for 40 yards in a game since Week 4. Moss is dealing with a concussion (disclose that in any trade talk, by the way), so he may not be able to take advantage of a smooth matchup. against the Jets in Week 10, and then his schedule leads through a dark alley, with horrible matchups against the Colts, Saints and Buccaneers in three of the next four weeks. can you get cole beasley? jarvis landry would also be nice. – pat fitzmaurice (fantasypros)

    james conner (rb – pit) “now i know what you’re thinking, ‘he’s got 11 tds this year! with chase edmonds out, he’s an rb1!’ right. i’m not saying that not worth holding… but after a monster 40 point game its value will never be higher if you pull the trigger now you just might get the house.” – tim brosnan (tim’s fantasy tips)

    d.j. moore (wr – car) “moore has good numbers overall on the year, but the panthers offense is falling apart. some can see p.j. walker or cam newton as an upgrade over struggling (and now injured) sam darnold. Although that could be the case, this is your last chance to sell Moore on your 2021 work build and your remaining glimmer of lead. I’d sell gimme a tee higgins, jerry jeudy, or jaylen waddle straight up.” – joe pisapia (fantasypros)

    antonio gibson (rb – was) “time to sell high in gibson. it is currently the rb22 in ppr scoring. It’s fine, but it’s not what we imagined when we recruited it. he’s still the team’s main runner, so use him when trading. jd mckissic is more than a thorn; he is a ppr machine and i would almost trade the two at this point, especially since the washington football team is expected to play from behind.” – lawrence jackson (lord of fantasy football)

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