Week 1 is in the books, and Week 2 is here. Maybe you hear a knock on the door. Who is it? It’s Owen! Owen who? 0-2, right around the corner. Which means you may be ready to make some trades. It’s no time to panic, but that shouldn’t stop you from looking to upgrade your team as a whole unit. You’ll want to know all your players and picks’ fantasy football dynasty trade value on the fantasy football dynasty trade value chart, and luckily, we have you covered.
Regardless of how good you feel, you must look at your dynasty team and wonder how you can mix things up at all times. It’s always time to improve your dynasty. And we have created the fantasy football dynasty trade value chart to help. This chart is not an end all, be all. Don’t forget at Sports Gambling Podcast, we’re never satisfied. We will continue to tweak this and do our best to perfect it. However, it can give you a good start to weighing trade options.
Speaking of improvement and tweaking, the most challenging part about valuing rookies is they don’t have the fantasy output the other players do. However, now we finally have one week of play. One week of stats can definitely be misleading, so take that into account.
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Fantasy Football Dynasty Trade Value Chart – September 2023 Update
If you haven’t reviewed our Fantasy Football dynasty trade value chart before, here’s a little on the methodology. First, our rankings system takes FantasyPros’ best, worst, and average rankings. We also throw in a little standard deviation to count all variables.
Second, you have to consider average fantasy football points per game because that’s what fantasy football is all about. Third, values will change throughout the year, especially as rookies get their fantasy football points. And last, we listened to your feedback and altered some things.
Another metric that plays with the dynasty chart is a player’s age. Somebody who is 22 will have a more weighted value than a player who is 32. Is that saying that 22-year-old players are always more talented than 32-year-olds? Absolutely not.
However, it is considered in dynasty value because, at 22, the player will likely be around longer. Considering all that and running it through our formulas, we can assign a value for each player. This value can help weigh your fantasy football trades and improve your future team!
|27||2023 Top 4 Pick||20||2024 Round 1 Pick|
|22||2023 Top 12 Pick||12||2024 Round 2 Pick|
|15||2023 Round 2 Pick||6||2024 Round 3 Pick|
|10||2023 Round 3 Pick|
Everybody values their picks a little differently. So, this is simply a guide to how the next two years of picks, this year’s picks, and next year’s picks should be valued.
|Player||Team||Position||Trade Value||SuperFlex Value||Player||Team||Position||Trade Value||SuperFlex Value|
|Patrick Mahomes II||KC||QB||31||67||Mac Jones||NE||QB||14||34|
|Josh Allen||BUF||QB||25||60||Kenny Pickett||PIT||QB||14||33|
|Joe Burrow||CIN||QB||25||60||Jared Goff||DET||QB||13||33|
|Jalen Hurts||PHI||QB||24||59||Derek Carr||NO||QB||13||31|
|Justin Herbert||LAC||QB||22||54||Brock Purdy||SF||QB||13||31|
|Lamar Jackson||BAL||QB||21||52||Russell Wilson||DEN||QB||13||31|
|Trevor Lawrence||JAC||QB||21||52||Geno Smith||SEA||QB||12||29|
|Justin Fields||CHI||QB||19||47||Sam Howell||WAS||QB||10||24|
|Tua Tagovailoa||MIA||QB||18||44||Desmond Ridder||ATL||QB||9||21|
|Anthony Richardson||IND||QB||17||42||Matthew Stafford||LAR||QB||6||14|
|Bryce Young||CAR||QB||17||40||Aaron Rodgers||NYJ||QB||3||7|
|Deshaun Watson||CLE||QB||16||39||Jimmy Garoppolo||LV||QB||2||4|
|C.J. Stroud||HOU||QB||15||37||Ryan Tannehill||TEN||QB||1||3|
|Dak Prescott||DAL||QB||15||37||Will Levis||TEN||QB||1||2|
|Daniel Jones||NYG||QB||15||36||Trey Lance||DAL||QB||1||2|
|Jordan Love||GB||QB||14||35||Zach Wilson||NYJ||QB||1||1|
|Kirk Cousins||MIN||QB||14||34||Baker Mayfield||TB||QB||1||1|
|Kyler Murray||ARI||QB||14||34||Clayton Tune||ARI||QB||1||1|
It’s no secret that on the fantasy football dynasty trade value chart, the most valuable quarterback is Patrick Mahomes. He has, knock on wood, eluded injury while remaining a top option in fantasy football. Mahomes went 1.01 in most superflex leagues, aside from those that wanted the rushing upside of Jalen Hurts or Josh Allen.
He started slow last week against the Lions on opening night, but I wouldn’t panic. He’s still the most valuable quarterback in the league when it comes to your fantasy football team.
Behind him are Josh Allen, Joe Burrow, Jalen Hurts, and Justin Herbert. Justin Fields was in this top-five list prior to Sunday’s game. Now, fantasy football managers are asking themselves if they’ve invested too much and if the Bears’ coaching staff has taken Justin Fields out of Justin Fields. Josh Allen didn’t have a good Week 1, with four turnovers to go along with a poor performance. Still, he’s a young gun-slinger with rushing upside that the fantasy rankers love.
His value is tied with Burrow, who somehow had an even worse Week 1, scoring just over three total fantasy points. These will likely be outlier games, and both of these quarterbacks are going to rebound nicely.
Hurts had a good Thursday night football game against the Vikings, where he found the end zone with his legs as well as hit Devonta Smith for some big plays. Finally, at fifth, Justin Herbert looked good in Kellen Moore’s offense. I expect them to continue to grow this year as an offense, and he’ll remain in the top five.
|Player||Team||Position||Trade Value||Player||Team||Position||Trade Value|
|Bijan Robinson||ATL||RB||60||Damien Harris||BUF||RB||14|
|Breece Hall||NYJ||RB||60||Jaylen Warren||PIT||RB||13|
|Christian McCaffrey||SF||RB||52||Israel Abanikanda||NYJ||RB||13|
|Saquon Barkley||NYG||RB||48||Devin Singletary||HOU||RB||12|
|Jonathan Taylor||IND||RB||47||Ezekiel Elliott||NE||RB||12|
|Jahmyr Gibbs||DET||RB||39||Chase Brown||CIN||RB||12|
|Austin Ekeler||LAC||RB||33||Kenneth Gainwell||PHI||RB||11|
|Tony Pollard||DAL||RB||32||Rashaad Penny||PHI||RB||11|
|Kenneth Walker III||SEA||RB||32||Jerick McKinnon||KC||RB||11|
|Nick Chubb||CLE||RB||30||Zach Evans||LAR||RB||11|
|Rhamondre Stevenson||NE||RB||30||De’Von Achane||MIA||RB||13|
|Josh Jacobs||LV||RB||29||Chuba Hubbard||CAR||RB||10|
|Travis Etienne Jr.||JAC||RB||31||Clyde Edwards-Helaire||KC||RB||10|
|Javonte Williams||DEN||RB||29||D’Onta Foreman||CHI||RB||10|
|Najee Harris||PIT||RB||24||Zamir White||LV||RB||10|
|Dameon Pierce||HOU||RB||28||Jeff Wilson Jr.||MIA||RB||10|
|Joe Mixon||CIN||RB||22||Raheem Mostert||MIA||RB||10|
|Rachaad White||TB||RB||21||Kareem Hunt||FA||RB||10|
|Derrick Henry||TEN||RB||21||Michael Carter||NYJ||RB||9|
|Miles Sanders||CAR||RB||21||Deuce Vaughn||DAL||RB||9|
|Cam Akers||LAR||RB||20||Pierre Strong Jr.||CLE||RB||9|
|Aaron Jones||GB||RB||20||Jerome Ford||CLE||RB||9|
|Zach Charbonnet||SEA||RB||18||Leonard Fournette||FA||RB||2|
|J.K. Dobbins||BAL||RB||18||Evan Hull||IND||RB||9|
|D’Andre Swift||PHI||RB||18||Sean Tucker||TB||RB||9|
|David Montgomery||DET||RB||18||Kyren Williams||LAR||RB||9|
|James Cook||BUF||RB||18||Eric Gray||NYG||RB||9|
|Alexander Mattison||MIN||RB||18||Gus Edwards||BAL||RB||2|
|Kendre Miller||NO||RB||17||Joshua Kelley||LAC||RB||2|
|Dalvin Cook||NYJ||RB||16||Cordarrelle Patterson||ATL||RB||2|
|Isiah Pacheco||KC||RB||16||Keaontay Ingram||ARI||RB||2|
|AJ Dillon||GB||RB||16||Isaiah Spiller||LAC||RB||2|
|James Conner||ARI||RB||16||Deon Jackson||IND||RB||1|
|Brian Robinson Jr.||WAS||RB||16||Zack Moss||IND||RB||1|
|Khalil Herbert||CHI||RB||15||DeWayne McBride||MIN||RB||1|
|Tyler Allgeier||ATL||RB||17||Ty Chandler||MIN||RB||1|
|Antonio Gibson||WAS||RB||15||Tyrion Davis-Price||SF||RB||1|
|Roschon Johnson||CHI||RB||16||Chase Edmonds||TB||RB||1|
|Tank Bigsby||JAC||RB||14||Kenny McIntosh||SEA||RB||1|
|Samaje Perine||DEN||RB||14||D’Ernest Johnson||JAC||RB||1|
|Alvin Kamara||NO||RB||14||Zonovan Knight||DET||RB||1|
|Tyjae Spears||TEN||RB||14||Chris Rodriguez Jr.||WAS||RB||1|
|Jamaal Williams||NO||RB||14||Jordan Mason||SF||RB||1|
|Elijah Mitchell||SF||RB||14||Hassan Haskins||TEN||RB||1|
Running Backs Recap
There’s a new king atop the running back portion of the fantasy football dynasty trade value chart. I’ll be honest, I still have some doubts about Bijan being a top-five running back overall for this year. However, from a dynasty stance, he is the top dog. He showed his playmaking ability last week for the Falcons. Even while splitting reps with Tyler Allgeier, Bijan made the best of what he was given and had a good fantasy day.
Behind him, Breece Hall showed he was also back to play elite football. Despite returning from injury, despite the Aaron Rodgers injury throwing the game askew, Hall had 10 carries for 127 yards. 127 yards rushing and 20 yards receiving was his damage on a pitch count. I can’t imagine what he will do once they turn over a full workload for him. Maybe we have to wait a year to see that since Dalvin Cook is in town. However, I still think he’ll be just fine.
The third, fourth, and fifth spots are taken by the guys who used to lead the dynasty trade value chart. Christian McCaffrey looked as explosive as ever in Week 1. However, injury history and his age give him a slight downgrade in dynasty. He’s still a top-notch player, though. The entire Giants didn’t have a good game in Week 1 against the Cowboys, and that includes Saquon. I think he’ll bounce back, though, and be just fine.
Finally, the Jonathan Taylor saga continues. He’s ineligible for play until at least Week 5, but even that isn’t a guarantee at this point. He’s still a very talented player, and whether it’s this year or next, will make an impact on the field.
|Player||Team||Position||Trade Value||Player||Team||Position||Trade Value|
|Justin Jefferson||MIN||WR||61||Marvin Mims Jr.||DEN||WR||13|
|Ja’Marr Chase||CIN||WR||57||JuJu Smith-Schuster||NE||WR||13|
|Garrett Wilson||NYJ||WR||51||Alec Pierce||IND||WR||12|
|Amon-Ra St. Brown||DET||WR||51||Rondale Moore||ARI||WR||12|
|Jaylen Waddle||MIA||WR||49||Donovan Peoples-Jones||CLE||WR||12|
|CeeDee Lamb||DAL||WR||49||Kadarius Toney||KC||WR||12|
|A.J. Brown||PHI||WR||49||Wan’Dale Robinson||NYG||WR||12|
|Tyreek Hill||MIA||WR||47||Cedric Tillman||CLE||WR||12|
|Stefon Diggs||BUF||WR||40||Michael Thomas||NO||WR||12|
|Chris Olave||NO||WR||39||Jalin Hyatt||NYG||WR||11|
|DeVonta Smith||PHI||WR||38||Chase Claypool||CHI||WR||11|
|DK Metcalf||SEA||WR||31||Romeo Doubs||GB||WR||11|
|Davante Adams||LV||WR||30||Tyler Boyd||CIN||WR||10|
|Drake London||ATL||WR||30||Curtis Samuel||WAS||WR||10|
|Tee Higgins||CIN||WR||30||Rashid Shaheed||NO||WR||10|
|Jaxon Smith-Njigba||SEA||WR||29||Allen Lazard||NYJ||WR||10|
|Cooper Kupp||LAR||WR||29||DJ Chark Jr.||CAR||WR||10|
|Brandon Aiyuk||SF||WR||27||Michael Gallup||DAL||WR||10|
|Jordan Addison||MIN||WR||26||Hunter Renfrow||LV||WR||10|
|DJ Moore||CHI||WR||25||Adam Thielen||CAR||WR||10|
|Chris Godwin||TB||WR||24||Tank Dell||HOU||WR||10|
|Christian Watson||GB||WR||24||Joshua Palmer||LAC||WR||10|
|Michael Pittman Jr.||IND||WR||23||Odell Beckham Jr.||BAL||WR||10|
|Jahan Dotson||WAS||WR||22||John Metchie III||HOU||WR||10|
|Zay Flowers||BAL||WR||22||Michael Wilson||ARI||WR||9|
|Treylon Burks||TEN||WR||22||Tyler Scott||CHI||WR||9|
|Terry McLaurin||WAS||WR||22||Isaiah Hodgins||NYG||WR||9|
|Quentin Johnston||LAC||WR||22||K.J. Osborn||MIN||WR||8|
|Jerry Jeudy||DEN||WR||22||Puka Nacua||LAR||WR||8|
|Deebo Samuel||SF||WR||21||Tyquan Thornton||NE||WR||8|
|Calvin Ridley||JAC||WR||20||Kayshon Boutte||NE||WR||8|
|Diontae Johnson||PIT||WR||20||Khalil Shakir||BUF||WR||8|
|Marquise Brown||ARI||WR||20||Van Jefferson||LAR||WR||8|
|George Pickens||PIT||WR||19||Zay Jones||JAC||WR||4|
|Amari Cooper||CLE||WR||18||Allen Robinson II||PIT||WR||2|
|Jameson Williams||DET||WR||18||Marquez Valdes-Scantling||KC||WR||2|
|Keenan Allen||LAC||WR||18||Mecole Hardman Jr.||NYJ||WR||2|
|DeAndre Hopkins||TEN||WR||18||Terrace Marshall Jr.||CAR||WR||2|
|Mike Evans||TB||WR||17||Robert Woods||HOU||WR||1|
|Christian Kirk||JAC||WR||17||Russell Gage||TB||WR||1|
|Rashod Bateman||BAL||WR||16||Parris Campbell||NYG||WR||1|
|Elijah Moore||CLE||WR||16||Darius Slayton||NYG||WR||1|
|Gabe Davis||BUF||WR||16||Xavier Hutchinson||HOU||WR||1|
|Tyler Lockett||SEA||WR||15||Isaiah McKenzie||IND||WR||1|
|Jakobi Meyers||LV||WR||15||Kyle Philips||TEN||WR||1|
|Mike Williams||LAC||WR||15||Tim Patrick||DEN||WR||1|
|Jayden Reed||GB||WR||14||Dyami Brown||WAS||WR||1|
|Nico Collins||HOU||WR||14||David Bell||CLE||WR||1|
|Courtland Sutton||DEN||WR||14||Kendrick Bourne||NE||WR||1|
|Jonathan Mingo||CAR||WR||14||Devin Duvernay||BAL||WR||1|
|Rashee Rice||KC||WR||14||Tutu Atwell||LAR||WR||1|
|Josh Downs||IND||WR||14||Parker Washington||JAC||WR||1|
|Brandin Cooks||DAL||WR||14||Jalen Tolbert||DAL||WR||1|
|Skyy Moore||KC||WR||14||DeVante Parker||NE||WR||1|
Wide Receivers Recap
Raise your hand if you’re surprised to see Justin Jefferson is the top wide receiver on the fantasy football dynasty trade value chart. Now, take that hand and smack yourself. Justin Jefferson is an alpha on the football field, as evidenced by two dominant performances.
He followed up his 19.5 half-ppr points against the Bucs with 19.4 against the Eagles. Oh, and by the way, he’s only 24 years old and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. In a non-superflex league, he’s the top-rated player in dynasty value.
Behind him is Ja’Marr Chase. Chase is slighted a few points because not only does the offense spread the ball around, but he faced some injuries last year. Dynasty managers will look for him to bounce back within the next couple of weeks before they start hitting the panic button. Next is Garrett Wilson and Amon-Ra St. Brown.
St. Brown has a better quarterback throwing to him in Jared Goff, but the Wilson-to-Wilson connection showed that it can still be good on Monday night. The Lions were the most balanced offense in the league last year, which often leads to St. Brown getting some good looks, as defenses have to plan for everything.
Next is a three-way tie between Jaylen Waddle, CeeDee Lamb, and A.J. Brown. This really is a pick your poison as they’re all around the same age and have quarterbacks that feed them the ball. You may think Waddle is slighted a little by playing opposite Tyreek Hill. However, they both finished in the top-10 last year, and there’s no reason they can’t do that again.
|Player||Team||Position||Trade Value||Player||Team||Position||Trade Value|
|Travis Kelce||KC||TE||30||Noah Fant||SEA||TE||11|
|Mark Andrews||BAL||TE||30||Gerald Everett||LAC||TE||10|
|T.J. Hockenson||MIN||TE||28||Jelani Woods||IND||TE||10|
|Kyle Pitts||ATL||TE||23||Mike Gesicki||NE||TE||9|
|Pat Freiermuth||PIT||TE||19||Cade Otton||TB||TE||9|
|Dallas Goedert||PHI||TE||18||Dawson Knox||BUF||TE||9|
|George Kittle||SF||TE||18||Irv Smith Jr.||CIN||TE||2|
|Dalton Kincaid||BUF||TE||16||Hunter Henry||NE||TE||2|
|Darren Waller||NYG||TE||16||Hayden Hurst||CAR||TE||2|
|David Njoku||CLE||TE||15||Jake Ferguson||DAL||TE||2|
|Evan Engram||JAC||TE||15||Taysom Hill||NO||TE||2|
|Chigoziem Okonkwo||TEN||TE||14||Tucker Kraft||GB||TE||2|
|Greg Dulcich||DEN||TE||14||Kylen Granson||IND||TE||1|
|Cole Kmet||CHI||TE||14||Darnell Washington||PIT||TE||1|
|Trey McBride||ARI||TE||14||Tyler Conklin||NYJ||TE||1|
|Michael Mayer||LV||TE||14||Luke Schoonmaker||DAL||TE||1|
|Luke Musgrave||GB||TE||13||Zach Ertz||ARI||TE||1|
|Sam LaPorta||DET||TE||16||Daniel Bellinger||NYG||TE||1|
|Dalton Schultz||HOU||TE||13||Logan Thomas||WAS||TE||1|
|Juwan Johnson||NO||TE||12||Harrison Bryant||CLE||TE||1|
|Isaiah Likely||BAL||TE||12||Noah Gray||KC||TE||1|
Tight Ends Recap
Without even playing a game, the “old men” Travis Kelce and Mark Andrews find themselves atop the tight ends on the fantasy football dynasty trade value chart. These two are both elite playmakers who aren’t done making plays yet. It’s also a testament to how tricky the tight end position is in fantasy football and a top reason why a lot of fantasy managers punt on the position.
Behind them is T.J. Hockenson, who has shown to be such a versatile weapon, first for the Lions and now for the Vikings. He’s coming off a big game against the Eagles, and they’ll look to keep him involved. Hockenson is from the new Tight End-U, Iowa, and remains on the field for both his catching and blocking abilities.
I am hesitant to keep Kyle Pitts here. If we’re talking strictly on talent, he’s definitely in the top five. Still, he’s on a team that has under-utilized his skill, and I’m afraid will continue to do so. However, if the Steelers can rebound and have an offense that looks better than it did in Week 1 against the 49ers, Freiermuth will remain a top option at tight end.