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Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart – October Update

Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart - October Update

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I hate fantasy football. I love fantasy football. Why do my players always put up duds? These are all things that went through my mind this weekend as I followed my fantasy football matchups. I have leagues where I will be 4-1 where it looks as if nothing needs to be changed. I have leagues where I will be 1-4 where looks like everything needs to be changed.


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Maybe you are like me and you felt great walking out of your draft but now you don’t even want to reply to your league members because your team is so embarrassing. Maybe you’re ready to start fresh with new players that can let you down. But where to start? Don’t worry – we have you covered! Taking a famous recipe cooked up by The Talentless Mr. Roto in previous articles and then tweaking a few numbers here and there to make sure it all makes sense and didn’t overvalue anybody; here is everything you need to start replacing your current disappointments with new ones, or maybe you’ll get lucky and you can shovel your disappointments onto your buddies and take their good players.

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But wait, before we get started on trading all of your players you might be wondering what the world a fantasy trade value chart even is.  How exactly do we find a player’s trade value?  There are numerous factors that go into it which start with the most common valuation guide, a player’s average fantasy points.  We also factor in their rankings based on FantasyPros’ rest of season rankings and their change in ADP.  Factoring in all of these items, adding several formulas, and then a couple more, we come up with a trade value that ranges from 78 (high trade value) to -3 (nobody wants that person).  Normally a negative number is factored with a season-ending injury.  So without further ado, let’s take a look at a position by position breakdown of the fantasy trade value chart.

Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart


Kyler Murray ARI QB 28 Mac Jones NE QB 4
Josh Allen BUF QB 26 Trevor Lawrence JAC QB 4
Tom Brady TB QB 25 Baker Mayfield CLE QB 4
Patrick Mahomes II KC QB 24 Russell Wilson SEA QB 4
Justin Herbert LAC QB 23 Trey Lance SF QB 3
Sam Darnold CAR QB 22 Teddy Bridgewater DEN QB 3
Daniel Jones NYG QB 21 Jared Goff DET QB 3
Jalen Hurts PHI QB 21 Carson Wentz IND QB 3
Lamar Jackson BAL QB 21 Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB 2
Derek Carr LV QB 20 Zach Wilson NYJ QB 2
Dak Prescott DAL QB 20 Justin Fields CHI QB 1
Matthew Stafford LAR QB 19 Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB 1
Kirk Cousins MIN QB 16 Geno Smith SEA QB 1
Taylor Heinicke WAS QB 14 Jimmy Garoppolo SF QB 1
Joe Burrow CIN QB 14 Davis Mills HOU QB 1
Aaron Rodgers GB QB 13 Tyrod Taylor HOU QB 1
Jameis Winston NO QB 10 Taysom Hill NO QB 1
Matt Ryan ATL QB 7 Andy Dalton CHI QB 1
Ryan Tannehill TEN QB 7 Ryan Fitzpatrick WAS QB 0

Seeing Tom Brady continue to keep up his historically good numbers among the young talent of Kyler Murray, Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, and Justin Herbert might be all the proof any doubters need to remember to never fade Tom Brady due to age. All top five quarterbacks are within a 2 point range of each other. One of the biggest surprises has to be Sam Darnold just outside the top five at number six. It really does make a person wonder what is it about the Jets organization that isn’t allowing players to play to their potential.

So what does this quarterback fantasy trade value chart tell you?  If you happen to have multiple quarterbacks’ in the top ten, it may be time to trade one of them for some help at another position.  Look at their value, match it up with a running back or wide receiver, and see if you like the trade.

Running Backs

Derrick Henry TEN RB 78 Ty Johnson NYJ RB 4
Austin Ekeler LAC RB 75 Peyton Barber LV RB 4
Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB 73 Darrel Williams KC RB 3
Kareem Hunt CLE RB 63 Samaje Perine CIN RB 3
Aaron Jones GB RB 52 Alex Collins SEA RB 2
Alvin Kamara NO RB 52 Ronald Jones II TB RB 2
Christian McCaffrey CAR RB 51 Tony Jones Jr. NO RB 2
Nick Chubb CLE RB 51 Phillip Lindsay HOU RB 1
Najee Harris PIT RB 49 Carlos Hyde JAC RB 1
Antonio Gibson WAS RB 48 Larry Rountree III LAC RB 1
D’Andre Swift DET RB 48 Jeff Wilson Jr. SF RB 1
Darrell Henderson Jr. LAR RB 47 Marlon Mack IND RB 0
James Robinson JAC RB 44 Jeremy McNichols TEN RB 0
Cordarrelle Patterson ATL RB 42 Tevin Coleman NYJ RB 0
Dalvin Cook MIN RB 39 Salvon Ahmed MIA RB 0
Jonathan Taylor IND RB 23 Rhamondre Stevenson NE RB 0
Joe Mixon CIN RB 23 Brandon Bolden NE RB 0
Josh Jacobs LV RB 19 JaMycal Hasty SF RB 0
Saquon Barkley NYG RB 19 Le’Veon Bell BAL RB 0
Leonard Fournette TB RB 18 Royce Freeman CAR RB 0
Zack Moss BUF RB 17 Justin Jackson LAC RB 0
Chris Carson SEA RB 17 Devontae Booker NYG RB 0
Melvin Gordon III DEN RB 15 Jerick McKinnon KC RB 0
David Montgomery CHI RB 15 Jaret Patterson WAS RB 0
James Conner ARI RB 13 Devonta Freeman BAL RB 0
Chase Edmonds ARI RB 13 Darrynton Evans TEN RB 0
Tony Pollard DAL RB 12 Kyle Juszczyk SF RB 0
Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC RB 12 Tarik Cohen CHI RB 0
Jamaal Williams DET RB 11 Wayne Gallman Jr. ATL RB 0
Miles Sanders PHI RB 11 Boston Scott PHI RB 0
Elijah Mitchell SF RB 11 J.J. Taylor NE RB 0
Javonte Williams DEN RB 10 Rashaad Penny SEA RB 0
Myles Gaskin MIA RB 10 Chris Evans CIN RB 0
Mike Davis ATL RB 9 Gary Brightwell NYG RB -1
Latavius Murray BAL RB 9 Jermar Jefferson DET RB -1
Damien Harris NE RB 9 La’Mical Perine NYJ RB -1
Kenneth Gainwell PHI RB 9 Ke’Shawn Vaughn TB RB -1
Alexander Mattison MIN RB 8 Benny Snell Jr. PIT RB -1
Damien Williams CHI RB 7 Anthony McFarland Jr. PIT RB -1
Chuba Hubbard CAR RB 7 DeeJay Dallas SEA RB -1
Ty’Son Williams BAL RB 7 Ty Montgomery NO RB -1
Nyheim Hines IND RB 7 Elijhaa Penny NYG RB -1
Trey Sermon SF RB 7 Joshua Kelley LAC RB -1
J.D. McKissic WAS RB 6 Duke Johnson Jr. FA RB -1
AJ Dillon GB RB 6 Matt Breida BUF RB -1
Devin Singletary BUF RB 6 Kylin Hill GB RB -1
Michael Carter NYJ RB 6 Rex Burkhead HOU RB -1
Giovani Bernard TB RB 5 Kalen Ballage PIT RB -1
Sony Michel LAR RB 5 Eno Benjamin ARI RB -1
Kenyan Drake LV RB 5 Jalen Richard LV RB -1
Mark Ingram II HOU RB 4 Jordan Howard PHI RB -1
Malcolm Brown MIA RB 4 Khalil Herbert CHI RB -1
David Johnson HOU RB 4 Jordan Wilkins IND RB -1
Dare Ogunbowale JAC RB -1

Is there any way to place Derrick Henry higher than the very top? King Henry has dominated the position averaging 4 more fantasy points than the second running back, Austin Ekeler. Those two are the only two backs currently scoring over twenty fantasy points per game in half PPR leagues. Ezekiel Elliott comes in as the third running back that would be drafted in a redraft, averaging 18.2 points per game.  Based on the running back fantasy trade value chart you would need a boatload of players to match their value.

But let’s say you do have two of the QB’s in the top 10 and you need some running back help.  Based on the value you may be able to trade one of the top guys to a quarterback-needy team who is flush with running backs and get somebody like Zack Moss, who is still averaging around 13 fantasy points per game in PPR.

The Browns have two running backs inside the top 8, however their “RB2” is technically showing higher due to touchdowns. They both get good yardage but Kareem Hunt has cashed in more red zone touchdowns and has more catches than Nick Chubb. The hardest value to gauge in the top running backs is Christian McCaffrey who seems to be a top 3 RB when he’s healthy but staying healthy has been the challenge. Cordarrelle Patterson has the biggest ADP movement, going up 187 spots in a redraft.

Wide Receiver

Tyreek Hill KC WR 73 Van Jefferson LAR WR 3
Davante Adams GB WR 73 Bryan Edwards LV WR 2
Cooper Kupp LAR WR 71 Brandon Aiyuk SF WR 2
Mike Williams LAC WR 68 K.J. Osborn MIN WR 2
Deebo Samuel SF WR 67 Mecole Hardman KC WR 2
Justin Jefferson MIN WR 50 Will Fuller V MIA WR 2
D.J. Moore CAR WR 49 Jamison Crowder NYJ WR 2
D.K. Metcalf SEA WR 48 Cole Beasley BUF WR 2
Ja’Marr Chase CIN WR 46 Quintez Cephus DET WR 2
Mike Evans TB WR 34 Michael Thomas NO WR 1
Diontae Johnson PIT WR 34 Sammy Watkins BAL WR 1
Antonio Brown TB WR 32 Kalif Raymond DET WR 1
Marquise Brown BAL WR 31 DeSean Jackson LAR WR 1
Terry McLaurin WAS WR 28 Darius Slayton NYG WR 1
Amari Cooper DAL WR 27 Nelson Agholor NE WR 1
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 27 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR 1
DeAndre Hopkins ARI WR 23 Curtis Samuel WAS WR 1
Chris Godwin TB WR 22 Michael Gallup DAL WR 1
Tee Higgins CIN WR 20 Kendrick Bourne NE WR 1
CeeDee Lamb DAL WR 18 Jalen Reagor PHI WR 0
Keenan Allen LAC WR 18 Terrace Marshall Jr. CAR WR 0
Chase Claypool PIT WR 18 Rashod Bateman BAL WR 0
Adam Thielen MIN WR 17 Gabriel Davis BUF WR 0
Brandin Cooks HOU WR 16 Quez Watkins PHI WR 0
Emmanuel Sanders BUF WR 16 Anthony Miller FA WR 0
Stefon Diggs BUF WR 15 Randall Cobb GB WR 0
Calvin Ridley ATL WR 15 Elijah Moore NYJ WR 0
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 13 James Washington PIT WR 0
Courtland Sutton DEN WR 13 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB WR 0
Robert Woods LAR WR 13 Allen Lazard GB WR 0
Corey Davis NYJ WR 12 Freddie Swain SEA WR 0
DeVonta Smith PHI WR 10 Russell Gage ATL WR 0
Michael Pittman Jr. IND WR 9 Tyrell Williams DET WR 0
Allen Robinson II CHI WR 8 Nick Westbrook-Ikhine TEN WR 0
Odell Beckham Jr. CLE WR 8 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET WR 0
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 8 Olamide Zaccheaus ATL WR 0
Marvin Jones Jr. JAC WR 8 Donovan Peoples-Jones CLE WR 0
Christian Kirk ARI WR 8 Parris Campbell IND WR 0
Julio Jones TEN WR 7 T.Y. Hilton IND WR 0
Jakobi Meyers NE WR 7 Tre’Quan Smith NO WR -1
Hunter Renfrow LV WR 7 Dyami Brown WAS WR -1
Rondale Moore ARI WR 7 Braxton Berrios NYJ WR -1
Jerry Jeudy DEN WR 7 Josh Gordon KC WR -1
Henry Ruggs III LV WR 6 N’Keal Harry NE WR -1
Robby Anderson CAR WR 6 Deonte Harris NO WR -1
Tim Patrick DEN WR 6 D’Wayne Eskridge SEA WR -1
Jaylen Waddle MIA WR 6 Tyron Johnson JAC WR -1
DeVante Parker MIA WR 6 Devin Duvernay BAL WR -1
Zach Pascal IND WR 5 Demarcus Robinson KC WR -1
A.J. Green ARI WR 4 Denzel Mims NYJ WR -1
Jarvis Landry CLE WR 4 Byron Pringle KC WR -1
Kenny Golladay NYG WR 4 Collin Johnson NYG WR -1
Laviska Shenault Jr. JAC WR 4 Jalen Guyton LAC WR -1
Darnell Mooney CHI WR 3 Chester Rogers TEN WR -1
Marquez Callaway NO WR 3 Cedrick Wilson Jr. DAL WR -1
A.J. Brown TEN WR 3 Keelan Cole Sr. NYJ WR -1
Kadarius Toney NYG WR 3 Rashard Higgins CLE WR -1
D.J. Chark Jr. JAC WR -3

If you had told me after five weeks of football that Cooper Kupp, Mike Williams, and Deebo Samuel would be in the top five for wide receivers I probably would have been concerned about you. However, I would have sat here corrected. While Tyreek Hill and Davante Adams are getting the yards in their high passing offenses, Kupp and Williams are averaging more touchdowns a game. When looking at their preseason ADP it is amazing that in a redraft Williams would go 90 spots higher, Samuel would go 51, and Kupp 30. Because of this unexpected value perhaps you might be sitting on some top receivers. Using this wide receiver fantasy trade value chart, you just may be able to land the running back you need in order to turn your season around.

Tight End

Travis Kelce KC TE 50 Cole Kmet CHI TE 1
Darren Waller LV TE 37 C.J. Uzomah CIN TE 0
Dawson Knox BUF TE 35 Hayden Hurst ATL TE 0
Rob Gronkowski TB TE 35 Adam Trautman NO TE 0
T.J. Hockenson DET TE 32 Anthony Firkser TEN TE 0
Kyle Pitts ATL TE 24 Jack Doyle IND TE 0
Mark Andrews BAL TE 19 Donald Parham Jr. LAC TE 0
Dalton Schultz DAL TE 14 Dan Arnold JAC TE 0
Hunter Henry NE TE 11 Eric Ebron PIT TE 0
Dallas Goedert PHI TE 11 O.J. Howard TB TE 0
Tyler Higbee LAR TE 10 Cameron Brate TB TE 0
Noah Fant DEN TE 9 Mo Alie-Cox IND TE 0
Mike Gesicki MIA TE 9 Juwan Johnson NO TE 0
George Kittle SF TE 7 Tommy Tremble CAR TE 0
Jared Cook LAC TE 7 Albert Okwuegbunam DEN TE -1
Jonnu Smith NE TE 3 Will Dissly SEA TE -1
Zach Ertz PHI TE 3 Jimmy Graham CHI TE -1
Gerald Everett SEA TE 2 Anthony Schwartz CLE TE -1
Tyler Conklin MIN TE 2 Ian Thomas CAR TE -1
Maxx Williams ARI TE 1 Kyle Rudolph NYG TE -1
Logan Thomas WAS TE 1 Jacob Hollister JAC TE -1
Austin Hooper CLE TE 1 Tyler Kroft NYJ TE -1
Evan Engram NYG TE 1 Harrison Bryant CLE TE -1
Robert Tonyan GB TE 1 Jordan Akins HOU TE -1
Pat Freiermuth PIT TE 1 David Njoku CLE TE -1
Blake Jarwin DAL TE 1 Ross Dwelley SF TE -1

As was the case with preseason rankings Travis Kelce and Darren Waller sit atop the tight end rankings. And while I don’t think anybody will act surprised that T.J. Hockenson is building towards a great year, Dawson Knox and Rob Gronkowski are also in the top five. Gronkowski is a player you didn’t think you’d see back in the top tight end rankings after his initial retirement. Dawson Knox has picked up the slack that Stefon Diggs has left and become a great receiving option for Josh Allen.

While you won’t make up the value of Kelce, Waller, or Gronk, this is the first year in quite a while that there are some other options behind the top options that aren’t terrible. Dalton Schultz, Kyle Pitts, Mark Andrews, Hunter Henry, and Dallas Goedert are all options averaging above 8 fantasy points per game in half PPR leagues.  The best scenario looking at the tight end fantasy trade value chart is that you have a Travis Kelce or Darren Waller and ended up with Dawson Knox as a backup.  Using the value of any of those three could return a decent player to help you in any of the positions you may be lacking.

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Born and raised in Iowa Justin Mark is an avid Chicago Bears fan. He is a self-published author and loves writing almost as much as he loves sports. He lives in the great town of Winterset, IA with his wife and their dog and cat. He is excited to join the #degen nation of The Sports Gambling Podcast Network.

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