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Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart – November Update

Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart - November Update

Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart – November Update

Eight weeks are completed and the playoffs are fast approaching. Maybe you’re right on the outside looking in and need some help. What moves should you be looking to make to ensure you can win enough games to make it? How do you know which players to target? Try this Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart to help make your decisions!

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What is a trade value chart you ask? Our methodology takes FantasyPros Rest of Season Rankings and average points per game. After that, consider points above replacement level player and average draft position. Is that it? No that’s not it! Finally, we tweak the numbers ever so slightly to make sure it all makes sense. So without further ado here is everything you need to start grinding through the last weeks before the playoffs and to help win your league.


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The quarterback group stays fairly consistent from last month’s list. Compared to last month’s, Justin Herbert fell out of the top 5 and Lamar Jackson steps in, rising to 4th. The top 5 consist of Josh Allen, Kyler Murray, Tom Brady, Lamar Jackson, and Patrick Mahomes. Just outside the top five are Matthew Stafford, Dak Prescott, and then Justin Herbert. While some may think Aaron Rodgers is appearing too low on this list he is only averaging 19.7 points per game. Allen leads QB’s with 27 points per game. Consider using the fantasy football trade value chart to package a top QB with a medium skill position to get a better-valued skill position player and a lower-valued QB like Justin Herbert who is still averaging 22 points per game.

Josh Allen BUF QB 29 Carson Wentz IND QB 6
Kyler Murray ARI QB 27 Trevor Lawrence JAC QB 6
Tom Brady TB QB 26 Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB 6
Lamar Jackson BAL QB 22 Matt Ryan ATL QB 6
Patrick Mahomes II KC QB 20 Mac Jones NE QB 5
Matthew Stafford LAR QB 16 Teddy Bridgewater DEN QB 4
Dak Prescott DAL QB 16 Trey Lance SF QB 4
Justin Herbert LAC QB 16 Justin Fields CHI QB 4
Jalen Hurts PHI QB 12 Sam Darnold CAR QB 4
Aaron Rodgers GB QB 12 Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB 3
Joe Burrow CIN QB 12 Taylor Heinicke WAS QB 2
Ryan Tannehill TEN QB 9 Taysom Hill NO QB 2
Russell Wilson SEA QB 9 Baker Mayfield CLE QB 2
Kirk Cousins MIN QB 8 Jimmy Garoppolo SF QB 2
Derek Carr LV QB 8 Tyrod Taylor HOU QB 1
Daniel Jones NYG QB 8 Jared Goff DET QB 1

Running Backs

The news hit on Monday that Derrick Henry would have surgery on his injured foot and it would keep him out 8-10 weeks. Since this most likely causes him to miss the rest of the fantasy football season and playoffs he has fallen far down the list. Maybe you had Henry on your roster and you need to make some trades to make up for the production lost. The top three running backs stand quite a bit above the others starting with Austin Ekeler, Jonathan Taylor, and Dalvin Cook. Ekeler is averaging the most points among running backs at 19.5 in half PPR leagues. All three could be mixed around in places 1, 2, and 3, though Ekeler and Taylor are scoring slightly more on average. The next set of running backs include Ezekiel Elliot, Alvin Kamara, Najee Harris, and Aaron Jones. One of the biggest movers was Elijah Mitchell, who jumps from trade value of 11 to 21. He is currently averaging 13.3 points per game as the 49ers continue to lean on him.

Austin Ekeler LAC RB 74 AJ Dillon GB RB 8
Dalvin Cook MIN RB 73 J.D. McKissic WAS RB 8
Jonathan Taylor IND RB 73 Alex Collins SEA RB 8
Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB 52 Jamaal Williams DET RB 8
Alvin Kamara NO RB 52 Latavius Murray BAL RB 8
Najee Harris PIT RB 51 Alexander Mattison MIN RB 8
Aaron Jones GB RB 51 Kenneth Gainwell PHI RB 8
Darrell Henderson Jr. LAR RB 38 Boston Scott PHI RB 6
Nick Chubb CLE RB 37 Kenyan Drake LV RB 6
D’Andre Swift DET RB 37 D’Ernest Johnson CLE RB 6
Joe Mixon CIN RB 37 Devin Singletary BUF RB 6
Christian McCaffrey CAR RB 29 Mark Ingram II HOU RB 5
Saquon Barkley NYG RB 27 Adrian Peterson TEN RB 5
James Robinson JAC RB 27 Devontae Booker NYG RB 4
Cordarrelle Patterson ATL RB 22 Devonta Freeman BAL RB 4
Leonard Fournette TB RB 21 Nyheim Hines IND RB 4
Elijah Mitchell SF RB 21 Jeremy McNichols TEN RB 4
Damien Harris NE RB 21 Sony Michel LAR RB 4
Chase Edmonds ARI RB 20 David Johnson HOU RB 4
Javonte Williams DEN RB 20 Samaje Perine CIN RB 4
Antonio Gibson WAS RB 20 Damien Williams CHI RB 3
Michael Carter NYJ RB 16 Ronald Jones II TB RB 3
Josh Jacobs LV RB 16 Jaret Patterson WAS RB 3
Melvin Gordon III DEN RB 16 Carlos Hyde JAC RB 3
James Conner ARI RB 15 Derrick Henry TEN RB 3
Kareem Hunt CLE RB 15 Trey Sermon SF RB 3
Tony Pollard DAL RB 15 Rhamondre Stevenson NE RB 2
Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC RB 14 Ty Johnson NYJ RB 2
David Montgomery CHI RB 12 Marlon Mack IND RB 2
Zack Moss BUF RB 12 Rashaad Penny SEA RB 2
Khalil Herbert CHI RB 12 Giovani Bernard TB RB 2
Chuba Hubbard CAR RB 11 Jeff Wilson Jr. SF RB 2
Myles Gaskin MIA RB 11 JaMycal Hasty SF RB 1
Darrel Williams KC RB 11 Ty’Son Williams BAL RB 1
Miles Sanders PHI RB 11 Brandon Bolden NE RB 1
Chris Carson SEA RB 8 Salvon Ahmed MIA RB 1
Mike Davis ATL RB 8 Jordan Howard PHI RB 1

Wide Receiver

While the receiver portion of the fantasy football trade value chart shifted some players around from last month, Cooper Kupp, Davante Adams, Tyreek Hill, and Deebo Samuel remain in the top 5. Joining them is none other than the electric rookie Ja’Marr Chase as he is averaging 17.5 points per game. Kupp’s value is far beyond the other receivers with his league-leading 22.9 fantasy points per game.  There is also a big trade value drop after Chase. Using the fantasy football trade value chart you can see what mid-level guys might be easier to grab but still put up good points such as Marquise Brown’s 15.9 average.

Cooper Kupp LAR WR 71 Jarvis Landry CLE WR 9
Davante Adams GB WR 52 Jakobi Meyers NE WR 8
Tyreek Hill KC WR 51 Darnell Mooney CHI WR 8
Deebo Samuel SF WR 51 Laviska Shenault Jr. JAC WR 8
Ja’Marr Chase CIN WR 51 Michael Thomas NO WR 8
Justin Jefferson MIN WR 37 Cole Beasley BUF WR 8
Stefon Diggs BUF WR 37 Allen Robinson II CHI WR 8
CeeDee Lamb DAL WR 36 Michael Gallup DAL WR 8
A.J. Brown TEN WR 36 Christian Kirk ARI WR 6
D.K. Metcalf SEA WR 28 A.J. Green ARI WR 6
DeAndre Hopkins ARI WR 28 Kenny Golladay NYG WR 6
D.J. Moore CAR WR 28 Calvin Ridley ATL WR 6
Mike Williams LAC WR 27 Rondale Moore ARI WR 6
Diontae Johnson PIT WR 27 Hunter Renfrow LV WR 5
Terry McLaurin WAS WR 27 Jamison Crowder NYJ WR 5
Mike Evans TB WR 27 Will Fuller V MIA WR 5
Chris Godwin TB WR 27 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE WR 5
Keenan Allen LAC WR 27 Mecole Hardman KC WR 5
Marquise Brown BAL WR 21 Marquez Callaway NO WR 4
Amari Cooper DAL WR 21 Robby Anderson CAR WR 4
Michael Pittman Jr. IND WR 21 Tim Patrick DEN WR 4
Adam Thielen MIN WR 21 Nelson Agholor NE WR 4
Robert Woods LAR WR 20 Elijah Moore NYJ WR 3
Chase Claypool PIT WR 20 Van Jefferson LAR WR 3
Antonio Brown TB WR 20 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET WR 3
Tee Higgins CIN WR 20 Brandon Aiyuk SF WR 3
Courtland Sutton DEN WR 20 Russell Gage ATL WR 3
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 16 T.Y. Hilton IND WR 2
Brandin Cooks HOU WR 16 Randall Cobb GB WR 2
Jaylen Waddle MIA WR 16 Jalen Reagor PHI WR 2
Emmanuel Sanders BUF WR 15 K.J. Osborn MIN WR 2
Kadarius Toney NYG WR 15 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB WR 2
Jerry Jeudy DEN WR 15 Tre’Quan Smith NO WR 2
DeVonta Smith PHI WR 15 Bryan Edwards LV WR 2
Marvin Jones Jr. JAC WR 15 Kalif Raymond DET WR 1
Julio Jones TEN WR 11 Zach Pascal IND WR 1
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 11 Kendrick Bourne NE WR 1
Henry Ruggs III LV WR 11 Curtis Samuel WAS WR 1
Corey Davis NYJ WR 11 Gabriel Davis BUF WR 1
Rashod Bateman BAL WR 11 Allen Lazard GB WR 1
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 11 Darius Slayton NYG WR 1
DeVante Parker MIA WR 11

Tight End

The tight-end portion of the fantasy football trade value chart shows Travis Kelce remains at the top. However, there have been some changes behind him as Darren Waller falls two spots due to some mediocre outings and an ankle injury. During that time, Kyle Pitts rose to number two as he continues to have a huge target share. Over the past four weeks, Pitts has averaged 21% of the target shares and 86 yards per game. Another player producing more over the past month has been Mark Andrews, who jumps to third on the tight end list. Andrews is averaging 23% of the target share and 82 yards over his last 4 games.

Travis Kelce KC TE 50 Pat Freiermuth PIT TE 6
Kyle Pitts ATL TE 37 Logan Thomas WAS TE 6
Mark Andrews BAL TE 28 Dan Arnold JAC TE 5
Darren Waller LV TE 21 Evan Engram NYG TE 5
T.J. Hockenson DET TE 15 Jared Cook LAC TE 4
Mike Gesicki MIA TE 15 C.J. Uzomah CIN TE 4
George Kittle SF TE 14 Tyler Conklin MIN TE 3
Dalton Schultz DAL TE 11 Cole Kmet CHI TE 3
Dallas Goedert PHI TE 11 Jonnu Smith NE TE 3
Dawson Knox BUF TE 11 Gerald Everett SEA TE 2
Noah Fant DEN TE 11 David Njoku CLE TE 2
Zach Ertz PHI TE 8 Mo Alie-Cox IND TE 1
Rob Gronkowski TB TE 8 O.J. Howard TB TE 1
Hunter Henry NE TE 8 Austin Hooper CLE TE 1
Tyler Higbee LAR TE 8

So Now What?

So how do you best utilize the fantasy football trade value chart? Let’s look at a live example from one of my leagues where I see a team sitting at 4-4 is two games behind the last playoff spot. Their highest valued players are Tyreek Hill (trade value 51) and Alvin Kamara (52). They do have some WR depth behind Hill with Robert Woods (20), Claypool (20). Maybe Hill’s almost boom or bust weeks have cost them a couple of games.

Now Let’s say they are confident in those players behind Hill, but need to add some depth behind Kamara with the only depth behind him of Josh Jacobs (16). Looking at the teams in the league, they could use this chart to take Hill’s value of 51 and offer a trade to acquire somebody like Elijah Mitchell (21) and Courtland Sutton (20).  Will Sutton make up for the loss of Hill? Maybe not, but if the goal is to improve RB depth and there is trust in Woods/Sutton to do enough, then the trade could be beneficial.

Another example in the same league would be taking Hill and requesting Cordarelle Patterson (22) and Chris Godwin (27). For average points per game, you lose an average of 4 points per game at the wide receiver position and gain 3 at the running back position. These are just two examples of how to try and use the values in the fantasy football trade value chart to help make changes on your team if your current roster isn’t working for you.

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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 small town of Winterset, IA with his wife and their dog and cat. He is enjoys being part of the #degen nation that is of The Sports Gambling Podcast Network.