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Fantasy Football Dynasty Trade Value Chart – February 2022 Update

Fantasy Football Dynasty Trade Value Chart - February 2022 Update

Fantasy Football Dynasty Trade Value Chart – February 2022 Update

The Super Bowl is over and you aren’t sure what to do with yourself. You’re a fantasy football manager that can’t get fantasy football off your mind. Do you have to wait until the start of your drafts next season? Absolutely not! Dynasty managers like myself are already combing over their lineups, trying to figure out how to improve. Were you happy with your entire team’s performance week over week? Likely, there’s room for improvement. That’s where our fantasy football dynasty trade value chart comes into play. This can help you make your fantasy football trades and fantasy football trade strategy.

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If you haven’t reviewed one of our Fantasy Football Dynasty trade value charts before, here’s a little on the methodology. The rankings system we use takes FantasyPros best, worst and average rankings. We also throw in a little standard deviation, just to count all variables. Obviously, you have to consider average fantasy football points per game, because that’s what fantasy football is all about.

Another metric that comes into play with the dynasty chart is a player’s age. Somebody who is 22 is going to have more weighted value than a player that is 32. Is that saying the 22-year-old players are always more talented than a 32-year-old? Absolutely not, it’s just something that is considered in dynasty value because, at 22, the player will likely be around longer. Taking all that into consideration and running it through our formulas, we are able to assign a value for each player. This value can be used to help weigh your fantasy football trades and improve your future team!

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As our data continues to build, we’re working on a change since last month in the last column. As you can see, a lot of players went down, which is sort of a reset on the year as we wait to see how free agency and draft affects everybody. The top quarterbacks aren’t much of a surprise. Finishing in the Top-2 in QB fantasy football points the past two years, Josh Allen holds the top spot. Gun-slinging Patrick Mahomes comes in second just behind him. The number three spot belongs to Justin Herbert, who continues to improve and lead the Chargers to wins.

As long as he doesn’t make a switch to baseball, Kyler Murray is the 4th ranked fantasy football dynasty quarterback. And in 5th place on the fantasy football trade value chart, sits Lamar Jackson, who uses his rushing ability to keep putting points up. Any of these five are great fantasy football dynasty pieces.

Josh Allen BUF QB 22 -6 Justin Fields CHI QB 7 -7
Patrick Mahomes II KC QB 20 -8 Zach Wilson NYJ QB 6 -7
Justin Herbert LAC QB 18 -5 Kirk Cousins MIN QB 6 -8
Kyler Murray ARI QB 17 -12 Trevor Lawrence JAC QB 5 -8
Lamar Jackson BAL QB 15 -6 Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB 5 -7
Joe Burrow CIN QB 15 -6 Carson Wentz IND QB 4 -10
Dak Prescott DAL QB 11 -9 Baker Mayfield CLE QB 4 -9
Matthew Stafford LAR QB 9 -5 Mac Jones NE QB 0 -10
Aaron Rodgers GB QB 9 -7 Ryan Tannehill TEN QB 3 -9
Jalen Hurts PHI QB 9 -6 Tom Brady FA QB 2 -15
Russell Wilson SEA QB 8 -9 Davis Mills HOU QB 1 -7
Trey Lance SF QB 7 -7

Running Backs

The guy that grabbed the top spot overall last year and never let go is still at the top. After a great year, Jonathan Taylor keeps his top spot on the fantasy football trade value chart. The next two also remain the same, with Najee Harris having an amazing rookie year. Even with injuries, Christian McCaffrey has high value due to his talent when he’s healthy and on the field. Moving up the ranks, D’Andre Swift grabs the 4th spot after a great year on a bad Lions team. While his injury concerns are still there, he proved he can be an RB1. And 5th on the fantasy football dynasty trade value chart is Austin Ekeler, who is electric out of the backfield as a runner and as a pass-catching back.

Another rookie, Javonte Williams, is just outside of the top 5. Questions surround Alvin Kamara due to the coaching change, Derrick Henry due to his huge usage, and Saquon Barkley due to durability concerns. After a slow return in the playoffs with a low yards per carry, Cam Akers is a name to watch as the Rams backfield develops going into next year.

Jonathan Taylor IND RB 72 0 James Robinson JAC RB 8 -9
Najee Harris PIT RB 68 -1 Chase Edmonds ARI RB 8 -6
Christian McCaffrey CAR RB 60 -4 Melvin Gordon III DEN RB 7 -7
D’Andre Swift DET RB 58 8 Darrell Henderson Jr. LAR RB 7 -9
Austin Ekeler LAC RB 45 -4 Tony Pollard DAL RB 6 -11
Javonte Williams DEN RB 44 7 Ronald Jones II TB RB 6 -6
Alvin Kamara NO RB 35 -20 Chuba Hubbard CAR RB 5 -8
Joe Mixon CIN RB 35 -13 Kenneth Gainwell PHI RB 5 -8
Nick Chubb CLE RB 34 -4 Cordarrelle Patterson ATL RB 0 -13
Dalvin Cook MIN RB 34 -15 Sony Michel LAR RB 4 -7
Derrick Henry TEN RB 33 2 Myles Gaskin MIA RB 4 -9
Saquon Barkley NYG RB 30 -7 Alexander Mattison MIN RB 4 -8
Antonio Gibson WAS RB 29 1 Zack Moss BUF RB 4 -8
David Montgomery CHI RB 28 1 Rashaad Penny SEA RB 3 -8
Elijah Mitchell SF RB 27 11 Peyton Barber LV RB 3 -4
J.K. Dobbins BAL RB 25 2 Trey Sermon SF RB 3 -10
Josh Jacobs LV RB 19 -3 Mike Boone DEN RB 2 -5
Cam Akers LAR RB 19 -4 Malcolm Brown MIA RB 2 -5
Aaron Jones GB RB 19 -11 Le’Veon Bell FA RB 2 -5
Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB 15 -16 Kalen Ballage PIT RB 2 -5
Michael Carter NYJ RB 14 -3 Travis Homer SEA RB 2 -5
Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC RB 14 -7 Demetric Felton CLE RB 2 -7
Chris Carson SEA RB 12 -4 Javian Hawkins TEN RB 2 -5
AJ Dillon GB RB 12 -5 JaMycal Hasty SF RB 1 -6
Miles Sanders PHI RB 12 -8 Mike Davis ATL RB 1 -9
Kareem Hunt CLE RB 11 -9 J.D. McKissic WAS RB 1 -10
Damien Harris NE RB 11 -6 Ty Johnson NYJ RB 1 -8
Travis Etienne Jr. JAC RB 11 -8 Jerick McKinnon KC RB 1 -6
Leonard Fournette TB RB 11 -10 Matt Breida BUF RB 1 -6
James Conner ARI RB 9 -6 Wayne Gallman Jr. MIN RB 1 -7
Devin Singletary BUF RB 9 -4 La’Mical Perine NYJ RB 1 -6

Wide Receiver

The wide receivers are stacked at the top and any of the top five are great pieces to have on your fantasy football dynasty. After an electric rookie year, Ja’Marr Chase sits atop the wide receiver fantasy football trade value chart. Right behind him is Justin Jefferson, who continues to be a big piece of the Vikings offense. No receiver had a better year this year than Cooper Kupp, but his dynasty trade value is weighted down a little due to being older than Chase and Jefferson. The oldest guy in the top 5, Davante Adams remains an elite wide receiver. Eyes will be on him in the free agency and his value will most likely change with where he ends up.

Last, CeeDee Lamb is a reliable receiver who I expect the Cowboys to get even more involved next year. Multiple other receivers could have ended up in the Top-5 of the fantasy football dynasty trade value chart. Several of them are Tyreek Hill, A.J. Brown, and Deebo Samuel, who are all excellent receivers and could lead your team week in and week out.

Ja’Marr Chase CIN WR 68 -2 Michael Gallup DAL WR 7 -8
Justin Jefferson MIN WR 67 -3 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR 7 -8
Cooper Kupp LAR WR 62 13 Gabriel Davis BUF WR 7 -4
Davante Adams GB WR 60 11 Mike Williams LAC WR 7 -13
CeeDee Lamb DAL WR 54 5 Robert Woods LAR WR 6 -11
Tyreek Hill KC WR 54 5 Tyler Boyd CIN WR 6 -9
A.J. Brown TEN WR 54 16 D.J. Chark Jr. JAC WR 6 -9
Deebo Samuel SF WR 47 15 Adam Thielen MIN WR 6 -11
D.K. Metcalf SEA WR 42 4 Christian Kirk ARI WR 6 -7
Stefon Diggs BUF WR 41 3 Kadarius Toney NYG WR 5 -10
DJ Moore CAR WR 40 9 Rondale Moore ARI WR 4 -11
Jaylen Waddle MIA WR 38 7 Laviska Shenault Jr. JAC WR 4 -10
Tee Higgins CIN WR 37 11 Kenny Golladay NYG WR 4 -10
Diontae Johnson PIT WR 37 11 Marquez Stevenson BUF WR 4 -4
Chris Godwin TB WR 33 2 J.J. Arcega-Whiteside PHI WR 4 -4
Terry McLaurin WAS WR 33 2 Julio Jones TEN WR 3 -10
Mike Evans TB WR 31 6 John Ross NYG WR 3 -5
Michael Pittman Jr. IND WR 28 7 Collin Johnson NYG WR 3 -5
Calvin Ridley ATL WR 28 3 DeVante Parker MIA WR 3 -10
Keenan Allen LAC WR 27 2 Cornell Powell KC WR 3 -4
Elijah Moore NYJ WR 26 5 Seth Williams DEN WR 3 -4
Amari Cooper DAL WR 26 1 Corey Davis NYJ WR 3 -11
DeAndre Hopkins ARI WR 23 -2 Olamide Zaccheaus ATL WR 3 -5
Jerry Jeudy DEN WR 22 -2 Marquez Callaway NO WR 2 -8
DeVonta Smith PHI WR 22 -3 Curtis Samuel WAS WR 2 -10
Chase Claypool PIT WR 20 -1 Jarvis Landry CLE WR 2 -11
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 19 1 Nico Collins HOU WR 2 -9
Rashod Bateman BAL WR 18 -3 Jalen Guyton LAC WR 2 -5
Brandon Aiyuk SF WR 18 1 Andy Isabella ARI WR 2 -5
Brandin Cooks HOU WR 18 1 N’Keal Harry NE WR 2 -8
Darnell Mooney CHI WR 17 2 Jakobi Meyers NE WR 1 -12
Odell Beckham Jr. LAR WR 17 0 Russell Gage ATL WR 1 -7
Marquise Brown BAL WR 17 -3 Randall Cobb GB WR 1 -7
Michael Thomas NO WR 17 -2 Keelan Cole Sr. NYJ WR 1 -7
Courtland Sutton DEN WR 17 -3 Zach Pascal IND WR 1 -7
Allen Robinson II CHI WR 15 -4 Anthony Schwartz CLE WR 1 -9

Tight End

The tight end position remains a frustrating one in fantasy football. If you don’t have one of the top guys, it is hard to depend on the others for consistency. The guy that grabbed the top spot this year towards the end, Mark Andrews, remains at the top as he’s been a go-to for Lamar Jackson. Rookie Kyle Pitts broke the oft-believed standard that rookie tight ends don’t make much of an impact. Due to his age, Travis Kelce falls down on our list. He is still an elite tight end option for your fantasy football dynasty, but he is on the back end of his career. While he sometimes battles injuries and inconsistent quarterback play, George Kittle is fun to watch. His high energy and fun personality reflect in his play as he fights for every yard.

Coming in 5th and missing time due to injury, Darren Waller is also a very talented tight end to grab for your fantasy football dynasty. All of these guys have moved around on the fantasy football trade value chart, but they are the top heading into next year.

Mark Andrews BAL TE 35 6 Evan Engram NYG TE 3 -9
Kyle Pitts ATL TE 33 -3 Cameron Brate TB TE 3 -5
Travis Kelce KC TE 24 -7 Jace Sternberger PIT TE 2 -4
George Kittle SF TE 20 -10 Mo Alie-Cox IND TE 2 -7
Darren Waller LV TE 18 -2 Foster Moreau LV TE 2 -9
Pat Freiermuth PIT TE 12 -5 Ian Thomas CAR TE 2 -6
Dawson Knox BUF TE 10 -7 Albert Okwuegbunam DEN TE 1 -10
Dallas Goedert PHI TE 10 -7 Hayden Hurst ATL TE 1 -9
Dalton Schultz DAL TE 9 -3 Drew Sample CIN TE 1 -5
Noah Fant DEN TE 8 -9 Tre’ McKitty LAC TE 1 -5
Cole Kmet CHI TE 8 -4 Jack Doyle IND TE 1 -6
T.J. Hockenson DET TE 8 -6 Ricky Seals-Jones WAS TE 1 -5
Hunter Henry NE TE 7 -7 Eric Ebron PIT TE 1 -7
Mike Gesicki MIA TE 6 -8 Maxx Williams ARI TE 1 -5
Tyler Higbee LAR TE 6 -8 Chris Herndon IV MIN TE 1 -6
Kaden Smith NYG TE 4 -3 Kyle Rudolph NYG TE 1 -5
Jimmy Graham CHI TE 4 -4 C.J. Uzomah CIN TE 1 -6
Logan Thomas WAS TE 3 -9 Anthony Firkser TEN TE 1 -9
Jacob Harris LAR TE 3 -8 Austin Hooper CLE TE 1 -10


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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, especially football. Whether it's the NFL, College Football, CFL, or spring football, he loves all football. He lives in the small town of Winterset, IA with his wife and their dog and cat. Justin is co-host of SGPN's Fantasy Football show "Old-Fashioned Football, cohost of an NFL Gambling Podcast, and the XFL Gambling Podcast.