Dynasty Trade Targets: Buy Low Targets and Players You Should Stash Now!

Dynasty Trade Targets: Buy Low Targets and Players You Should Stash Now!

The reason we love Dynasty Leagues is the offseason. That is where championships are built. Whether or not you are rebuilding or retooling, it’s always about value. I am going to discuss a few different players from each position that you should consider targeting. First we are going to look at a few buy low candidates that are either injured or bounce-back candidates. We will also look at a few lesser-owned dynasty stashes or cheaper trade options. Here are my Dynasty Trade Targets to buy low on!

 

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Dynasty Trade Targets: Buy Low Targets and Players You Should Stash Now!

The dynasty community is an emotional bunch, and what you have done for me lately can be used to your advantage. Sell high or buy low, playing with your opponent’s emotional recency bias. The NFL offseason has its own drama, and the NFL Free agency can cause some major shifts in the market.

Being ahead of the rest of the league can help you find some gems and buy some value. It’s important to trust your instincts and don’t always follow the crowd.

Last year, everyone was ready to write Tua off, and he has been an amazing value. Look at how many backfields and other positions the crowds wrongly predicted. Tank Bigsby was going to crush Travis Etienne’s value, and Dallas used an early pick on Luke Schoonmaker.

Kyren Williams was left for dead, and those who kept on or scooped him are pretty happy. Finding value versus paying full price is the name of the game, so let’s win it!

Buy Low and Bounce Back Candidates

QB –Bryce Young, CAR (Age 22)

Buying low has its risks, and it can be tough to invest in players performing so poorly. The negatives are pretty glaring, but let’s look at the positives. The team is invested in Young, and he is still on his room deal for three to four more years.

Players that go number one overall have a ton of leash, and that gives you some security. He has stayed healthy despite his size, and that is a positive. Players like Trey Lance didn’t play early and then got injured.

The team will be investing in Young via free agency. They are already rumored to be trying to add Lion’s Ben Johnson to come help develop Young. Carolina is also likely to throw money at top free-agent wide receivers that hit the market.

Hopefully, there will be some top offensive linemen as well. Dynasty managers that took Young over Stroud are reeling right now. If you are a rebuilding team, selling a veteran for Young is the move to make.

QB – Anthony Richardson, IND (Age 21)

Shane Steichen was a home run hire, and the Indianapolis Colts are headed in the right direction. We even see his impact on the Eagles and how they have regressed. Indianapolis has a great offense and a lot of weapons, with a great playcaller.

They have had massive improvements on offense under the new coaching staff and with Gardner Minshew at quarterback. Indianapolis is 9th in points and 8th in touchdowns per game.

This team has Jonathan Taylor, Michael Pittman Jr., and Josh Downs to help support Richardson. We saw his fantasy promise in the few games he played. The only concern with him is the injuries and learning to protect himself.

Indianapolis was the ideal landing spot for any of these rookie quarterbacks and still is. Richardson may not be cheap to acquire, but the price will only go up as the offseason progresses.

QB – Justin Fields, CHI (Age 24)

Right now, there are a lot of questions surrounding Justin Fields and his future. Let’s look at the scenarios and what they could look like for Fields. The worst scenario is the team drafting a quarterback like  Caleb Williams and not trading Justin Fields. Fields would have to sit for a year and then hit free agency in 2025.

Another scenario could be them drafting a quarterback and then trading Fields. A fresh start could bring a lot of opportunity.

Fields going to a team like Atlanta with the weapons there and hopefully a new coaching staff. He could, of course, be traded to a bad situation, and that is something to consider.

Chicago also could continue building their team up and not draft a quarterback. They could trade back, get another bounty of picks, and build around Fields for one more year. They will have a decision to make in 2025 to pick up his fifth-year option.

Honorable Mentions: Joe Burrow, Trevor Lawrence, and Justin Herbert

RB – Tyjae Spears, TEN (Age 22)

Tyjae Spears has shown glimpses, and he may not necessarily be a cheap acquisition. But, the impending free agency of Derrick Henry could open up massive opportunities. As people get excited about this 2024 class and thirsty for picks, you can try to take advantage.

Tyjae, Roschon, and Chase Brown are some players who could end up as big winners this offseason. I know there are some concerns about his knee and longevity. But are any running backs really long-term investments?

The team used a third-round pick on Spears, and he has already looked the part. We are seeing these smaller backs take over the league, and he could be the next one. Players like Jahmyr Gibbs.

De’Von Achane and James Cook are giving us reason to stop pre-judging smaller backs. Spears’ ability as a pass catcher and big play ability would offer a big upside if he were to get increased opportunities.

RB – Kendre Miller, NO (Age 21)

Alvin Kamara’s contract could be why the team invested a high pick on Kendre Miller. The team doesn’t have a lot of cap space, and they have an out for Kamara that could save them $40 Million. I

n 2024, Kamara has a dead cap hit of $17 Million. The team did sign Jamaal Williams, and he carries $6.2 Million in dead cap in 2024. The team has an out in 2025 for Williams, and Miller is on a cheap rookie contract.

Miller was the 4th running back selected in the 2023 draft class when selected in the 3rd round, 71st overall. Kendre had a productive career in college despite having competition in the backfield.

He rushed for 17 touchdowns and almost 1400 yards in his final season at TCU. At 6’0″ and 220 lbs, he has the size to handle early down and goal line work. Miller could be a cheap buy right now from someone who has some buyer’s remorse.

RB – Isaiah Spiller, LAC (Age 22)

We have seen the writing on the wall, and it doesn’t appear that Austin Ekeler is in future plans for the Chargers. Los Angeles is expected to have a lot of changes this offseason.

They have already fired their GM and Head Coach. Spiller is going on to year three, and we have seen very little from him. Dynasty managers might be ready to move on, and that absolutely might be the right move.

But there is also a path for him to get an opportunity to compete for the lead role in this backfield. Both Austin Ekeler and Joshua Kelley are free agents this offseason, leaving Isaiah Spiller on top of the depth chart by default.

See if you can get him tossed in a deal and stash him, just in case. If he starts getting some hype, you can try to cash out this offseason. Or just hold. He is a cheap asset with fairly high draft capital.

Honorable Mentions: Veteran RBs, Roschon Johnson, Eric Gray, and Rhamondre Stevenson

WR – Jahan Dotson, WAS (Age 23)

Washington has had such a weird year. Sam Howell has been up and down, but the offensive line issues have been startling. The team then turned into sellers at the trade deadline, and the team has collapsed since.

Expect a lot of changes in Washington, likely including Curtis Samuel moving on. Dotson could benefit from the team rebuilding as high-priced older players could be on the block.

Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel, and Logan Thomas could be on the move. Dotson is still on his rookie deal and we could even see the Commanders draft a new QB.

They are now slotted to pick #3 overall, which likely means everyone but Caleb Williams or Marvin Harrison Jr. would be available. The Commanders are also in a position to trade up for Williams. Dotson is a good player with a situation that should improve, buy now

WR – Garrett Wilson, NYJ (Age 23)

Garrett Wilson has put up two respectable seasons in two of the worst possible scenarios. The Jets were scoring less than 1 touchdown per game through the first 14 weeks. This is a historically bad offense, and last year was almost as bad.

Despite all of that, Garrett Wilson persevered and showed us that he could overcome a bad situation. If this guy gets a good situation, he is going to absolutely explode. He is not cheap to acquire, but his price will only go up.

Honorable Mentions: Wan’Dale Robinson, Jonathan Mingo, Cedric Tillman, Jalin Hyatt, and Marvin Mims

TE – Luke Musgrave, GB (Age  23)

Luke Musgrave was starting to come on and then suffered a lacerated spleen. We have seen Tucker Kraft play well in his absence. Musgrave was the starter before getting hurt with the higher draft capital. He should fit right back in as the starter, and he has a role in this offense.

This is a fun young group, and Musgrave has had a great year compared to average rookie standards. His athletic profile screams upside, and he is someone you should be targeting.

Honorable Mentions: Tanner Hudson, Davis Allen, Greg Dulcich, and Isaiah Likely

Dynasty Players to Stash

Sleeper Rostership*

  • QB – Hendon Hooker, DET – 68%
  • RB – Israel Abanikanda, NYJ – 68%
  • RB – Chris Rodriguez, WAS – 68%
  • WR – Trey Palmer, TB – 68%
  • WR – Parker Washington, JAX – 68%
  • WR – Kendrick Bourne, NE – 68%
  • RB – Evan Hull, IND – 58%
  • RB – Eric Gray, NYG – 52%
  • TE – Tanner Hudson, CIN – 47%
  • WR – Calvin Austin, PIT – 46%
  • RB – Tyler Scott, CHI – 45%
  • WR – Tre Tucker, LV – 44%
  • WR – Jalen Tolbert, DAL – 38%
  • TE – Brenton Strange, JAX – 33 %
  • RB – Ronnie Rivers, LAR – 27%
  • TE – Davis Allen, LAR – 26.8%
  • WR – Andre Ilosavis, CIN – 25%
  • WR – Derius Davis, LAC – 21%
  • WR – Jason Brownlee, NYJ – 19%
  • QB – Jarrett Stidham, DEN – 18%
  • TE – Lucas Krull, DEN – 2%
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