Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart (Week 10)

by Dan Harris | @danharris80 | Featured Writer
Nov 8, 2018

Congratulations! If you’re reading this article it means, at the very least, that your team has not been eliminated from playoff contention heading into Week 10. Or you lost a bet. Or you’re my grandfather. Either way, welcome!

As you surely know if you’ve been playing fantasy football for awhile, the trade value chart is a helpful guide, but it’s far from a one-size-fits-all blueprint. If you should make a given trade is much more about whether it helps your team in light of your specific roster and situation.

And this is never more true than at this point in the season. If you’ve essentially guaranteed yourself a playoff spot, then it’s time to start consolidating your depth to go for more high-end players, even if that means losing a trade in a vacuum and potentially sacrificing a win or two in the short term. If you’re on the fringes of relevancy, maybe it’s time to fill multiple roster spots in exchange for a stud, even if you can’t quite get back perfect value.

Take realistic stock of where your fantasy team sits and act accordingly. Don’t be a slave to the trade values, particularly at this point in this season. Do you.

The usual reminder: these values are based off of 12-team, 0.5 PPR leagues. If your league is another size/format, you’ll need to adjust accordingly.

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Player Current Value Previous Value +/-
Patrick Mahomes 24 24
Cam Newton 21 21
Drew Brees 21 20 +1
Aaron Rodgers 20 21 -1
Matt Ryan 15 15
Andrew Luck 15 15
Jared Goff 15 11 +4
Tom Brady 13 15 -2
Carson Wentz 12 11 +1
Russell Wilson 11 11
Philip Rivers 11 11
Ben Roethlisberger 11 9 +2
Deshaun Watson 11 11
Mitch Trubisky 9 9
Kirk Cousins 9 11 -2

If this year doesn’t teach you to wait on quarterback during your draft, nothing will. Yes, Patrick Mahomes is incredible, but you likely drafted him in the late rounds. You can win a championship with any of the quarterbacks on this chart. And, frankly, you can win a championship with quarterbacks not on this chart. Make a move to upgrade if you have tons of depth elsewhere or if you’re really in a pinch, but otherwise, just hang tight.

Running Backs

Player Current Value Previous Value +/-
Todd Gurley 80 80
Kareem Hunt 68 65 +3
Alvin Kamara 68 65 +3
Melvin Gordon 68 65 +3
Saquon Barkley 65 65
Ezekiel Elliott 65 65
Christian McCaffrey 50 41 +9
James White 48 46 +2
Joe Mixon 46 48 -2
James Conner 41 41
David Johnson 41 41
Tevin Coleman 27 20 +7
Phillip Lindsay 27 27
Marlon Mack 23 23
Nick Chubb 23 17 +6
Sony Michel 23 23
Adrian Peterson 21 32 -11
Mark Ingram 21 29 -8
Dalvin Cook 21 11 +10
Leonard Fournette 19 12 +7
Tarik Cohen 18 23 -5
Kerryon Johnson 17 20 -3
Alex Collins 17 16 +1
Aaron Jones 17 17
Jordan Howard 16 15 +1
Dion Lewis 16 10 +6
Lamar Miller 13 15 -2
Kenyan Drake 13 16 -3
Matt Breida 13 11 +2
LeSean McCoy 12 13 -1
Le’Veon Bell 11 11
Duke Johnson 11 5 +6
Chris Carson 11 18 -7
Isaiah Crowell 9 12 -3
Doug Martin 9 9
Latavius Murray 9 11 -2
Austin Ekeler 9 10 -1
Ito Smith 9 7 +2
Wendell Smallwood 8 9 -1
Jamaal Williams 8 9 -1
T.J. Yeldon 7 7
Peyton Barber 7 10 -3
Elijah McGuire 7 N/A +7
Mike Davis 7 4 +3
Frank Gore 6 3 +3
Jalen Richard 6 9 -3
Chris Thompson 5 7 -2
Derrick Henry 5 5
Nyheim Hines 4 8 -4
Carlos Hyde 2 5 -3
Giovani Bernard 2 N/A +2
Alfred Morris 2 N/A +2
Theo Riddick 2 N/A +2
Royce Freeman 2 3 -1
Malcolm Brown 2 N/A +2
Spencer Ware 2 N/A +2

Some running backs make their long-awaited returns from injuries this week and see a corresponding bump in value. Leonard Fournette looks to be a full-go after missing several weeks with a hamstring injury. The addition of Carlos Hyde may muddy the water a bit. But the Jaguars will surely try to rely heavily on their run game after watching Blake Bortles . . . well, Bortles his way into some losses, and there should be plenty of room for Fournette to perform well despite ceding some work to both Hyde and T.J. Yeldon.

Dalvin Cook also made an earlier than expected return, and emerged healthy from last week’s game against the Lions. Cook’s situation is even more murky, as Latavius Murray performed adequately in Cook’s absence and has perhaps earned a more significant piece of the workload than both Hyde and Yeldon combined. Cook’s talent is electric, however, as he showed on that 70-yard run last week, and he should do more than enough to earn a guaranteed spot in your lineup. But it seems unlikely that he will ever return to pre-injury value.

Adrian Peterson had an awful game last week in what should have been an outstanding matchup with the Falcons. He gets an equally good one against the Bucs this week and doesn’t have a prohibitive remaining schedule. But there are these huge dudes that people who work in football call “offensive linemen” and who block for running backs, and the Redskins don’t really have any of them anymore. Seriously. Trent Williams will miss another two games after thumb surgery, Brandon Scherff and Shaun Lauvao are done for the season, and Morgan Moses may not play this week. Peterson should still have plenty of value this week and beyond both because he’s running well and anyone getting his volume of carries needs to be played. But the bloom is off the rose a bit.

Other movers include Duke Johnson (hooray for targets), Elijah McGuire (hooray for health and a slow Isaiah Crowell), and Dion Lewis (hooray for game-script-proof workload). At this point in the game, all of them can be started this week and probably beyond in 0.5 PPR leagues.

Wide Receivers

Player Current Value Previous Value +/-
Antonio Brown 65 65
Adam Thielen 65 65
Davante Adams 62 62
DeAndre Hopkins 62 62
Michael Thomas 59 59
Tyreek Hill 59 59
Julio Jones 59 59
Odell Beckham Jr. 57 57
Mike Evans 49 51 -2
Robert Woods 43 45 -2
Tyler Boyd 43 33 +10
Brandin Cooks 43 36 +7
Cooper Kupp 43 28 +15
JuJu Smith-Schuster 43 43
Keenan Allen 43 35 +8
Alshon Jeffery 41 43 -2
Emmanuel Sanders 38 43 -5
Stefon Diggs 33 40 -7
T.Y. Hilton 31 28 +3
Marvin Jones 28 20 +8
Julian Edelman 28 27 +1
Kenny Golladay 24 28 -4
Josh Gordon 24 17 +7
Jarvis Landry 20 18 +2
John Brown 19 25 -6
Calvin Ridley 19 13 +6
A.J. Green 18 57 -39
DeSean Jackson 17 19 -2
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 17 10 +7
Golden Tate 17 17
Devin Funchess 16 17 -1
Larry Fitzgerald 16 16
Tyler Lockett 15 19 -4
Amari Cooper 13 6 +7
Sammy Watkins 11 14 -3
Taylor Gabriel 11 13 -2
Courtland Sutton 11 18 -7
Michael Crabtree 11 13 -2
Demaryius Thomas 11 11
Doug Baldwin 11 11
Corey Davis 10 5 +5
Tyrell Williams 9 5 +4
Sterling Shepard 8 9 -1
Allen Robinson 7 7
Chris Godwin 6 10 -4
Marquise Goodwin 5 7 -2
Mike Williams 5 4 +1
Randall Cobb 5 4 +1
Tre’Quan Smith 5 N/A +5
Dede Westbrook 4 4
Mohamed Sanu 4 5 -1
Christian Kirk 4 4
David Moore 4 4
Adam Humphries 4 N/A +4
D.J. Moore 4 N/A +4
Kenny Stills 2 3 -1
Jordy Nelson 2 5 -3
Robby Anderson 2 2
Donte Moncrief 2 2

I’ve seen a lot of questions on how to value A.J. Green going forward, and in the end, it really depends on how you’re situated. If you are looking dicey to get into the playoffs, then I’d feel more than comfortable to swap him for any WR2 or a decent WR3 in this format. If you’re looking closer to a lock for the playoffs, I’d hold out for much more. All we know is he’ll miss at least two games, but it sounds like it could be more, and with the Bengals’ season going nowhere, there’s little reason for the team to push him. Deal for him at your risk. Tyler Boyd takes a corresponding move up with the likely increase in targets.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling wants you to know that he pronounces his name with the “qu” sound, not the “k” sound. And that’s important because he’s going to be a household fantasy name for the remainder of the season. With Geronimo Allison out and Randall Cobb still Randall Cobb, the WR2 spot in an Aaron Rodgers-led offense is wide open. Valdes-Scantling has seen 28 targets over his last four games and continues to mature as a receiver. Don’t hesitate to target him in a trade.

I still don’t think Amari Cooper will be a reliable option every week. But the fact that he got eight targets in his first game with the Cowboys certainly moves the needle. Forget the touchdown (though it was encouraging for him to see multiple end zone looks). His target share (26%) is enough to make you optimistic that he’ll be involved every game going forward. Whether that translates into steady fantasy points is uncertain, but he’s worth the gamble.

Tight Ends

Player Current Value Previous Value +/-
Travis Kelce 35 35
Zach Ertz 31 31
George Kittle 15 8 +7
O.J. Howard 8 7 +1
Greg Olsen 8 7 +1
Trey Burton 7 7
Rob Gronkowski 7 17 -10
Jack Doyle 7 5 +2
Jimmy Graham 5 5
David Njoku 5 5
Jared Cook 4 8 -4
Austin Hooper 4 3 +1
Evan Engram 3 3
Eric Ebron 3 5 -2

What could possibly be the point of the Patriots pushing Rob Gronkowski? They’re well on their way to another bye and they’re scoring points at will. As with A.J. Green, if you’re nearly a lock for the playoffs, go ahead and make a move. Otherwise, I wouldn’t look to buy low.

Also, George Kittle is good. Regardless of who is under center. But you know that.

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