Fantasy Football Dynasty Trade Value Chart – March 2021 Update

Dynasty Trade Value Chart - March 2021 Update
Ja’Marr Chase leads the rookies in the Dynasty Trade Value Chart – March 2021 Update

March is here, pro days are underway and we are all jonesing for the fantasy football season to return. Thankfully, it is peak dynasty trade season. Rookie evaluations are coming fast and furious so this dynasty trade value chart will most likely change several times between now and the start of the season. Rookies are volatile but have some value in their uncertain nature. As always, this chart is to spark your trade discussion and provide some data-backed valuation as well.

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The general methodology for this dynasty trade value chart is that players who score more fantasy points on a per-game basis are valuable, obviously. For each position, I calculated a “replacement level value” or what you can most likely find on the waiver wire at a given position. How many points above replacement from 2020 is factored into the final trade value. This is not a perfect system, but it provides a solid part of the formula.

It also factors in the consensus FantasyPros Dynasty Rankings in a player’s overall ranking and the variability in their rankings. This ties in new opportunities for players and other factors as well, it is also used heavily in considering rookie values, but more on that in a minute. Additionally, the variance between a player’s high and low ranks is also factored in for a “Variability” factor which is also used in the final formula. The higher the variability, the more value a player will lose.

Since this is a dynasty trade value chart, age and longevity have to be factored in as well. That varies by position and the longer a player is likely to be relevant increases their value.

Lastly, the tier that a player falls into and some manual adjustments are considered as well. Sure, this is not a perfect formula and no trade value chart/calculator is. Consider this another tool in the box for you. If you do not care about the methodology, sorry to bore you. If you want to know more, download the Excel Spreadsheet and tweak the values/formulas for yourself!

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Fantasy Football Dynasty Trade Value Chart – March 2021 Update

Draft Picks

40 2021 Top 4 Pick 30 2022 Round 1 Pick
26 2021 Top 12 Pick 12 2022 Round 2 Pick
17 2021 Round 2 Pick 6 2022 Round 3 Pick
10 2021 Round 3 Pick

A quick note on draft picks, the 2020 college football season is weird. Teams are in and out, scouts and GMs are not able to go on the road to scout players. The pre-draft process will be upended and it will certainly be a weird draft and impact the dynasty trade value of picks. With that in mind, early-round picks are worth just a little bit less than they normally would be. Later-round picks also pick up some of that lost value as there will be more players who slip through the cracks in earlier rounds.


Justin Herbert might be undervalued in terms of dynasty trade value by this chart and formula. Sorry for that internet people who will undoubtedly call me all sorts of mean names. Despite Herbert having a sterling 2020, he is heading into a new system and may not achieve the same lofty heights in 2021. With a new coaching staff coming in he could be asked to do different things and could see a sophomore slump. That being said, new OC Joe Lombardi has had success as an offensive coach in the past and Herbert will only continue to progress as an NFL talent. If you are trying to go get Herbert, do it now. His value will likely never be lower than it is right now.

48 Patrick Mahomes II KC QB 11 Taysom Hill NO QB
37 Josh Allen BUF QB 11 Drew Lock DEN QB
37 Deshaun Watson HOU QB 9 Mitchell Trubisky CHI QB
36 Dak Prescott DAL QB 9 Kyle Allen WAS QB
36 Russell Wilson SEA QB 9 Jameis Winston NO QB
31 Kyler Murray ARI QB 9 John Wolford LAR QB
29 Lamar Jackson BAL QB 8 Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB
29 Justin Herbert LAC QB 8 Trey Lance FA QB
28 Trevor Lawrence FA QB 8 Gardner Minshew II JAC QB
27 Joe Burrow CIN QB 7 Jacoby Brissett IND QB
27 Aaron Rodgers GB QB 7 Marcus Mariota LV QB
26 Justin Fields FA QB 7 Dwayne Haskins PIT QB
22 Ryan Tannehill TEN QB 7 Mason Rudolph PIT QB
21 Baker Mayfield CLE QB 7 Jordan Love GB QB
21 Matthew Stafford LAR QB 7 Robert Griffin III FA QB
20 Kirk Cousins MIN QB 7 Phillip Walker CAR QB
19 Jalen Hurts PHI QB 6 Drew Brees NO QB
19 Tom Brady TB QB 6 Ryan Fitzpatrick MIA QB
18 Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB 6 Jacob Eason IND QB
18 Carson Wentz IND QB 6 C.J. Beathard SF QB
17 Matt Ryan ATL QB 6 Andy Dalton DAL QB
17 Jared Goff DET QB 6 Brandon Allen CIN QB
17 Derek Carr LV QB 6 Chad Henne KC QB
15 Sam Darnold NYJ QB 6 Alex Smith FA QB
14 Cam Newton NE QB 6 Tyrod Taylor LAC QB
14 Zach Wilson FA QB 5 Jarrett Stidham NE QB
13 Daniel Jones NYG QB 5 Nick Foles CHI QB
13 Taylor Heinicke WAS QB 4 Philip Rivers IND QB
12 Teddy Bridgewater CAR QB 4 Nick Mullens SF QB
12 Jimmy Garoppolo SF QB 3 Mac Jones FA QB

Running Backs

Sure, Christian McCaffrey seems like he is a sure-fire bounceback candidate this year, but did you see Dalvin Cook last year? Cook looked Derrick Henry-esque and more. He finished second in scrimmage yards by 223 yards despite playing two less games. He is an absolute machine on the ground and through the air. Over the past three years, he has seen at keast 50 targets through the air in addition to massive rushing workload. With the Vikings continuing to improve their passing offense it will take some pressure of Cook, but will also help him be more efficient. He averaged a career-best 5.0 yards per attempt in 2020 and should continue on that torrid pace for 2021. His ability as a pass-catcher and undeniable stranglehold on the Vikings’ backfield has him firmly entrenched as the most valuable back on this dynasty trade value chart.

80 Dalvin Cook MIN RB 11 Darrynton Evans TEN RB
76 Christian McCaffrey CAR RB 11 Salvon Ahmed MIA RB
76 Alvin Kamara NO RB 11 Boston Scott PHI RB
54 Josh Jacobs LV RB 11 Damien Williams KC RB
52 Jonathan Taylor IND RB 10 Eno Benjamin ARI RB
51 Nick Chubb CLE RB 10 Justice Hill BAL RB
51 Derrick Henry TEN RB 10 Malcolm Brown LAR RB
50 Saquon Barkley NYG RB 10 Jerick McKinnon SF RB
50 D’Andre Swift DET RB 10 JaMycal Hasty SF RB
45 Antonio Gibson WAS RB 9 Darwin Thompson KC RB
40 Austin Ekeler LAC RB 9 Ito Smith ATL RB
39 Aaron Jones GB RB 9 Trayveon Williams CIN RB
39 Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB 9 Brian Hill ATL RB
38 James Robinson JAC RB 9 Ryquell Armstead JAC RB
37 David Montgomery CHI RB 9 Carlos Hyde SEA RB
37 Cam Akers LAR RB 9 Ty Johnson NYJ RB
37 Joe Mixon CIN RB 9 Jordan Howard PHI RB
31 Miles Sanders PHI RB 9 Bryce Love WAS RB
31 J.K. Dobbins BAL RB 9 Mike Boone MIN RB
31 Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC RB 9 Matt Breida MIA RB
30 Kareem Hunt CLE RB 9 Jordan Wilkins IND RB
30 Melvin Gordon III DEN RB 9 Tevin Coleman SF RB
28 Raheem Mostert SF RB 8 Royce Freeman DEN RB
26 Javonte Williams FA RB 8 Peyton Barber WAS RB
25 Myles Gaskin MIA RB 8 Darrel Williams KC RB
25 Najee Harris FA RB 8 Adrian Peterson DET RB
25 Ronald Jones II TB RB 8 Mark Ingram II FA RB
25 Travis Etienne FA RB 8 Rex Burkhead NE RB
25 Chris Carson SEA RB 8 Kalen Ballage LAC RB
23 Leonard Fournette TB RB 8 Jaylen Samuels PIT RB
22 Nyheim Hines IND RB 8 Devonta Freeman BUF RB
22 Zack Moss BUF RB 8 Dion Lewis NYG RB
20 Jamaal Williams GB RB 8 J.J. Taylor NE RB
20 Kenyan Drake ARI RB 8 Chuba Hubbard FA RB
20 David Johnson HOU RB 8 Samaje Perine CIN RB
20 Damien Harris NE RB 8 Raymond Calais LAR RB
19 James Conner PIT RB 8 Jason Huntley PHI RB
19 Devin Singletary BUF RB 8 Dare Ogunbowale JAC RB
19 Chase Edmonds ARI RB 7 Jalen Richard LV RB
19 La’Mical Perine NYJ RB 7 Lamar Miller WAS RB
18 Phillip Lindsay DEN RB 7 Travis Homer SEA RB
18 Tony Pollard DAL RB 7 Bo Scarbrough SEA RB
18 Tarik Cohen CHI RB 7 Rodney Smith CAR RB
18 Joshua Kelley LAC RB 7 LeSean McCoy TB RB
18 Alexander Mattison MIN RB 7 T.J. Yeldon BUF RB
18 Darrell Henderson LAR RB 7 Dontrell Hilliard HOU RB
17 Mike Davis CAR RB 7 Jonathan Williams WAS RB
16 AJ Dillon GB RB 7 Frank Gore NYJ RB
15 Gus Edwards BAL RB 7 Devine Ozigbo JAC RB
15 Marlon Mack IND RB 7 DeAndre Washington MIA RB
15 Kenny Gainwell FA RB 7 Chris Thompson JAC RB
15 J.D. McKissic WAS RB 6 Devontae Booker LV RB
14 Todd Gurley II ATL RB 6 Trey Sermon FA RB
14 James White NE RB 6 Patrick Laird MIA RB
14 Sony Michel NE RB 6 Josh Adams NYJ RB
14 Rashaad Penny SEA RB 6 Derrius Guice FA RB
14 Ke’Shawn Vaughn TB RB 6 Qadree Ollison ATL RB
14 Jeff Wilson Jr. SF RB 5 D’Onta Foreman TEN RB
13 Anthony McFarland Jr. PIT RB 4 Artavis Pierce CHI RB
13 Lynn Bowden Jr. MIA RB 3 Jermar Jefferson FA RB
13 Wayne Gallman NYG RB 3 Pooka Williams FA RB
13 Benny Snell Jr. PIT RB 3 Elijah Mitchell FA RB
12 Kerryon Johnson DET RB 2 Kylin Hill FA RB
12 Duke Johnson Jr. FA RB 1 Rhamondre Stevenson FA RB
12 Le’Veon Bell KC RB 1 Jaret Patterson FA RB
12 Michael Carter FA RB 1 Javian Hawkins FA RB
12 Justin Jackson LAC RB 1 Khalil Herbert FA RB
12 DeeJay Dallas SEA RB 1 Rakeem Boyd FA RB
12 Latavius Murray NO RB 1 Larry Rountree III FA RB
11 Giovani Bernard CIN RB 1 Stevie Scott III FA RB

Wide Receivers

Looking at the wide receiver section of the dynasty trade value chart will have the reddit and Twitter mobs ready to storm the castle.

“How can Justin Jefferson be so low?!?”

“What Idiot has AJ Brown and DK Metcalf valued below Mike Evans?!?!?”

This trio of young receivers is suprememly talented, but they are still young and there is some variance in their rankings. However, Mike Evans is the definition of consistency at this point. He has never had fewer than 1000 yards in a season, this includes his injury-shortened ones as well. He has had 100+ targets every year as well. Consistency is king and Mike Evans is as reliable as Brady playing in the Super Bowl at this point. Sure, Metcalf, Jefferson, and Brown look like they will continue their ascent to an elite-level, but they have some question marks in role and at quarterback. These questions take away from their value while Evans looks like he will keep going for another six years the same he always has.

69 Davante Adams GB WR 9 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB WR
56 Tyreek Hill KC WR 9 Tre’Quan Smith NO WR
56 Stefon Diggs BUF WR 9 Emmanuel Sanders NO WR
55 DeAndre Hopkins ARI WR 9 Miles Boykin BAL WR
53 Keenan Allen LAC WR 9 Nelson Agholor LV WR
51 Chris Godwin TB WR 9 Jakobi Meyers NE WR
51 Calvin Ridley ATL WR 9 Russell Gage ATL WR
46 Mike Evans TB WR 9 Devin Duvernay BAL WR
38 Justin Jefferson MIN WR 8 Randall Cobb HOU WR
38 A.J. Brown TEN WR 8 A.J. Green CIN WR
38 D.K. Metcalf SEA WR 8 Scotty Miller TB WR
37 Terry McLaurin WAS WR 8 Tyler Johnson TB WR
37 CeeDee Lamb DAL WR 8 Terrace Marshall Jr. FA WR
37 D.J. Moore CAR WR 8 John Ross CIN WR
37 Allen Robinson II CHI WR 8 DeSean Jackson FA WR
36 Tee Higgins CIN WR 8 Jalen Hurd SF WR
36 Amari Cooper DAL WR 8 Julian Edelman NE WR
36 Michael Thomas NO WR 8 Zach Pascal IND WR
35 Kenny Golladay DET WR 7 Travis Fulgham PHI WR
35 Courtland Sutton DEN WR 7 Rashard Higgins CLE WR
34 D.J. Chark Jr. JAC WR 7 Demarcus Robinson KC WR
32 Ja’Marr Chase FA WR 7 Auden Tate CIN WR
29 Diontae Johnson PIT WR 7 Quez Watkins PHI WR
28 Robert Woods LAR WR 7 Antonio Gandy-Golden WAS WR
28 Cooper Kupp LAR WR 7 Kendrick Bourne SF WR
28 Brandon Aiyuk SF WR 7 Steven Sims WAS WR
27 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR 7 Chad Hansen HOU WR
27 Tyler Boyd CIN WR 7 Kelvin Harmon WAS WR
27 Chase Claypool PIT WR 7 Tyron Johnson LAC WR
27 Adam Thielen MIN WR 6 Collin Johnson JAC WR
26 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE WR 6 Kenny Stills BUF WR
23 Jerry Jeudy DEN WR 6 Amon-Ra St. Brown FA WR
23 Will Fuller V HOU WR 6 Golden Tate FA WR
22 Tyler Lockett SEA WR 6 Dede Westbrook JAC WR
22 Deebo Samuel SF WR 6 Richie James Jr. SF WR
22 Jarvis Landry CLE WR 6 Cam Sims WAS WR
21 Cole Beasley BUF WR 6 Adam Humphries FA WR
21 Laviska Shenault Jr. JAC WR 6 JJ Arcega-Whiteside PHI WR
20 Gabriel Davis BUF WR 6 Dante Pettis NYG WR
20 Robby Anderson CAR WR 6 Devin Funchess GB WR
20 Christian Kirk ARI WR 6 Tyrell Williams DET WR
20 Corey Davis TEN WR 6 Olamide Zaccheaus ATL WR
20 Curtis Samuel CAR WR 6 David Moore SEA WR
19 Michael Gallup DAL WR 6 Braxton Berrios NYJ WR
19 Marquise Brown BAL WR 6 KeeSean Johnson ARI WR
19 Julio Jones ATL WR 6 Cordarrelle Patterson CHI WR
19 Rashod Bateman FA WR 6 Ashton Dulin IND WR
18 Brandin Cooks HOU WR 6 K.J. Hill LAC WR
18 DeVante Parker MIA WR 5 Freddie Swain SEA WR
18 Jalen Reagor PHI WR 5 Zay Jones LV WR
18 Anthony Miller CHI WR 5 Lil’Jordan Humphrey NO WR
18 T.Y. Hilton IND WR 5 Jalen Guyton LAC WR
17 Mike Williams LAC WR 5 Marquez Callaway NO WR
17 Darius Slayton NYG WR 5 Cedrick Wilson DAL WR
17 Devonta Smith FA WR 5 Greg Ward PHI WR
17 Jaylen Waddle FA WR 5 John Hightower PHI WR
16 Henry Ruggs III LV WR 5 Isaiah Ford MIA WR
16 Jamison Crowder NYJ WR 5 Alshon Jeffery PHI WR
16 Denzel Mims NYJ WR 5 Deonte Harris NO WR
16 Quintez Cephus DET WR 5 Phillip Dorsett II SEA WR
16 Antonio Brown TB WR 5 Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR
16 Van Jefferson LAR WR 5 Olabisi Johnson MIN WR
15 Darnell Mooney CHI WR 5 Isaiah Coulter HOU WR
15 Michael Pittman Jr. IND WR 5 Albert Wilson MIA WR
14 Keelan Cole Sr. JAC WR 5 Willie Snead IV BAL WR
14 Rondale Moore FA WR 5 Damiere Byrd NE WR
14 Parris Campbell IND WR 5 Equanimeous St. Brown GB WR
14 Marvin Jones Jr. DET WR 5 Geronimo Allison DET WR
14 Sterling Shepard NYG WR 5 Hakeem Butler PHI WR
13 Preston Williams MIA WR 5 Chris Conley JAC WR
12 James Washington PIT WR 4 Chad Beebe MIN WR
12 Hunter Renfrow LV WR 4 Jeff Smith NYJ WR
12 Andy Isabella ARI WR 4 Byron Pringle KC WR
12 Keke Coutee HOU WR 4 DaeSean Hamilton DEN WR
11 Bryan Edwards LV WR 4 Mohamed Sanu DET WR
11 KJ Hamler DEN WR 4 Danny Amendola DET WR
11 N’Keal Harry NE WR 4 Kadarius Toney FA WR
11 Sammy Watkins KC WR 3 Dez Bryant BAL WR
11 Mecole Hardman KC WR 3 Jakeem Grant MIA WR
10 Allen Lazard GB WR 3 D’Wayne Eskridge FA WR
10 John Brown FA WR 2 Dyami Brown FA WR
10 Isaiah McKenzie BUF WR 2 Jaelon Darden FA WR
9 Tim Patrick DEN WR 2 Tylan Wallace FA WR
9 Donovan Peoples-Jones CLE WR 1 Elijah Moore FA WR
9 Breshad Perriman NYJ WR 1 Tutu Atwell FA WR
9 Josh Reynolds LAR WR

Tight Ends

Tight End is a position where it is a challenge to find a reliable option in real life and in fantasy football. However Kyle Pitts may be a guy who fits in the Travis Kelce-esque receiving monster role. Pitts was a beast at Florida and looks every bit an elite-level pro. He should be a valuable dynasty asset in the years ahead and scores as the fourth most valuable tight end on the trade value chart. There is just too much volatility outside the top three of Kelce, Kittle, and Waller to find reliable and consistent value at the tight end position. If you can land Pitts in the draft or via trade, make it happen. He looks like he could expand the top tier of tight ends to four.

42 Travis Kelce KC TE 4 Harrison Bryant CLE TE
31 George Kittle SF TE 4 Rob Gronkowski TB TE
29 Darren Waller LV TE 4 David Njoku CLE TE
24 Kyle Pitts FA TE 3 Albert Okwuegbunam DEN TE
22 Mark Andrews BAL TE 3 Jared Cook FA TE
18 T.J. Hockenson DET TE 2 Dalton Schultz DAL TE
17 Noah Fant DEN TE 2 Mo Alie-Cox IND TE
13 Dallas Goedert PHI TE 1 Will Dissly SEA TE
13 Hunter Henry LAC TE 1 Donald Parham Jr. LAC TE
13 Mike Gesicki MIA TE 1 Jace Sternberger GB TE
12 Irv Smith Jr. MIN TE 1 Jacob Hollister SEA TE
11 Evan Engram NYG TE 1 Ian Thomas CAR TE
11 Robert Tonyan GB TE 1 Dalton Keene NE TE
11 Jonnu Smith TEN TE 1 Jack Doyle IND TE
11 Austin Hooper CLE TE 1 C.J. Uzomah CIN TE
9 Blake Jarwin DAL TE 1 Foster Moreau LV TE
9 Logan Thomas WAS TE 1 Jimmy Graham CHI TE
9 Brevin Jordan FA TE 1 Cameron Brate TB TE
9 Cole Kmet CHI TE 1 Josh Oliver JAC TE
9 Tyler Higbee LAR TE 1 Dan Arnold ARI TE
8 Hayden Hurst ATL TE 1 Drew Sample CIN TE
8 Pat Freiermuth FA TE 1 Jordan Akins HOU TE
7 O.J. Howard TB TE 1 Trey Burton IND TE
7 Eric Ebron PIT TE 1 Kahale Warring HOU TE
7 Zach Ertz PHI TE 1 Anthony Firkser TEN TE
6 Dawson Knox BUF TE 1 Devin Asiasi NE TE
6 Gerald Everett LAR TE 1 Kyle Rudolph MIN TE
5 Adam Trautman NO TE 1 Tyler Eifert JAC TE
4 Chris Herndon IV NYJ TE 1 Darren Fells HOU TE

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Rookie Dynasty Trade Value Chart

Breaking out the Rookies into their own section is important because you have to know, rookies are volatile. These values are an absolute dart throw and will move up or down in the coming weeks as we learn more through the evaluation process and learn where they will land. It is hard to accurately evaluate how much of an impact any rookie will have so this is all a best guess. For a quick reference, allow for an error of +/- 6 on any deal involving a rookie.

That being said, Ja’Marr Chase looks like the second coming of Megatron, but there is a solid trio of running backs that should be productive in 2021. Sure, Najee Harris and Travis Etienne are getting the hype, but right now Javonte Williams actually eeks them out in the formula. This may be because of a potential annomaly in the FantasyPros ranks, but looking at the tape and production, Williams looks like a beast. Add in he might land in a friendlier situation with lower expectations and he could be this year’s breakout rookie.

32 Ja’Marr Chase WR 0 Cade Johnson WR
28 Trevor Lawrence QB 0 Demetric Felton WR
26 Justin Fields QB 0 Rhamondre Stevenson RB
26 Javonte Williams RB -1 Kyle Trask QB
25 Najee Harris RB -1 Nico Collins WR
25 Travis Etienne RB -1 Hunter Long TE
24 Kyle Pitts TE -1 Kylen Granson TE
19 Rashod Bateman WR -2 Tamorrion Terry WR
17 Devonta Smith WR -2 Jaret Patterson RB
17 Jaylen Waddle WR -2 Marquez Stevenson WR
15 Kenny Gainwell RB -2 Javian Hawkins RB
14 Rondale Moore WR -2 Frank Darby WR
14 Zach Wilson QB -3 Khalil Herbert RB
12 Michael Carter RB -3 Ihmir Smith-Marsette WR
9 Brevin Jordan TE -4 Rakeem Boyd RB
8 Terrace Marshall Jr. WR -4 Shi Smith WR
8 Pat Freiermuth TE -4 Dazz Newsome WR
8 Trey Lance QB -4 Seth Williams WR
8 Chuba Hubbard RB -5 Jamie Newman QB
6 Amon-Ra St. Brown WR -5 Ian Book QB
6 Trey Sermon RB -5 Sage Surratt WR
4 Kadarius Toney WR -5 Larry Rountree III RB
3 Mac Jones QB -6 Damonte Coxie WR
3 Jermar Jefferson RB -6 Trevon Grimes WR
3 Pooka Williams RB -6 Kenny Yeboah TE
3 D’Wayne Eskridge WR -6 Tyler Vaughns WR
3 Elijah Mitchell RB -8 Stevie Scott III RB
2 Kylin Hill RB -8 Anthony Schwartz WR
2 Dyami Brown WR -9 Chris Evans RB
2 Jaelon Darden WR -10 Marlon Williams WR
2 Tylan Wallace WR -11 Amari Rodgers WR
1 Elijah Moore WR -13 Kellen Mond QB
1 Tutu Atwell WR -14 Michael Carter TE


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