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Fantasy Football Rankings: Dynasty Trade Value Chart (January 2019 Update)

Fantasy Football Rankings: Dynasty Trade Value Chart (January 2019 Update)

Have you ever had an offer sent to you that included a total of six different players including draft picks and you had no idea how to break it down? Do you match up player vs. player and compare them that way? That doesn’t work when you have a stud being traded away for depth. I’ve done the articles on what a dynasty draft pick is actually worth (read it here), but again, what if there are multiple picks/players involved?

This is one of my favorite articles to write, simply because it requires actual league involvement in order to complete. That’s right, I went out in my own leagues and started offering trades to see what I could get in return, as well as looking at some of my other league-mates’ trades. I did this to make your life easier.

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What you’ll find below is the only dynasty trade value chart that you’ll need. Putting a trade together for Julio Jones? Once you throw in Jarvis Landry, who else needs to be added? What about picks, how many picks would I have to include? Every player/pick has a value and you’re now going to know what it should take to acquire any of them. Understand that some owners will not part for ‘just’ market value, that they want more. How much more? Well that’s up to you, but this should tell you if you’re on the better end of the deal.

The way the chart works is pretty simple, where you’re just adding up each side of the trade in order to see which side wins. For Example: If you’re offered a late first-round pick and T.Y. Hilton in exchange for Davante Adams, you’d add the value of a late first-round rookie pick (24) and Hilton (43) together, giving them a value of 67. Adams himself has a value of 72, so you’d be losing that trade, though it’s somewhat close. That’s just a small sample of what the chart can do.

Another thing to keep in mind is that league-size is important. Don’t trade away three players for one, unless you have the depth to do so. This trade chart was built with a 12-team, full-PPR setting in mind. It also has my rankings, so if yours are different, just move your players up or down the scale. It should remain extremely close. Understand that if you can get a player for cheaper, attempt it. After all, that’s the whole idea, right? Win as many trades as possible.


Potential Draft Pick Value
TOP-12 PICK 24

*If you’d like to know how the values for rookie draft picks were generated, the research was done in this article right here. Understand that when it says top-three pick, it’s because when trading for a future draft pick, you don’t know what exact pick it will be.






Wide Receiver Value Wide Receiver Value
DeAndre Hopkins 75 Emmanuel Sanders 15
Davante Adams 72 Mohamed Sanu 15
Odell Beckham Jr. 71 James Washington 14
Michael Thomas 69 D.J. Chark 14
Julio Jones 68 Marqise Lee 14
Antonio Brown 67 Antonio Callaway 14
Tyreek Hill 66 Tyrell Williams 14
Amari Cooper 57 Paul Richardson 14
Mike Evans 57 David Moore 14
Stefon Diggs 55 Devin Funchess 13
Keenan Allen 53 Josh Doctson 11
A.J. Green 49 Adam Humphries 10
JuJu Smith-Schuster 49 Equanimeous St. Brown 10
Corey Davis 48 Tre’Quan Smith 9
Brandin Cooks 45 Nelson Agholor 9
T.Y. Hilton 43 Zay Jones 9
Adam Thielen 40 Demaryius Thomas 9
Kenny Golladay 40 Robert Foster 8
Robert Woods 39 DeSean Jackson 8
Allen Robinson 35 Julian Edelman 7
Calvin Ridley 34 Larry Fitzgerald 7
Cooper Kupp 34 Michael Crabtree 6
Jarvis Landry 34 J’Mon Moore 6
Sammy Watkins 33 Chris Conley 6
Alshon Jeffery 33 Rashard Higgins 6
Chris Godwin 33 Chris Hogan 6
Mike Williams 31 Keelan Cole 6
Courtland Sutton 31 Willie Snead 5
Will Fuller 30 Randall Cobb 5
Sterling Shepard 30 Cordarrelle Patterson 5
Robby Anderson 28 Kelvin Benjamin 5
D.J. Moore 27 Ryan Grant 5
Anthony Miller 27 Dez Bryant 5
Marvin Jones 27 Jordy Nelson 4
Tyler Lockett 27 Josh Gordon 4
Doug Baldwin 27 Deon Cain 4
Tyler Boyd 27 Martavis Bryant 3
Christian Kirk 27 Chester Rogers 3
Golden Tate 26 Allen Hurns 3
John Ross 26 Cole Beasley 3
Michael Gallup 24 Jermaine Kearse 3
Dante Pettis 23 Zach Pascal 2
Devante Parker 22 Rishard Matthews 2
Marquise Goodwin 21 Auden Tate 2
Quincy Enunwa 20 Jaron Brown 2
Dede Westbrook 20 Jakeem Grant 2
Keke Coutee 19 Keith Kirkwood 2
John Brown 19 Trey Quinn 2
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 19 Jordan Matthews 2
Taylor Gabriel 19 Travis Benjamin 2
Geronimo Allison 18 Demarcus Robinson 2
Curtis Samuel 18 Chad Williams 2
Albert Wilson 17 Marcell Ateman 2
Donte Moncrief 17 Bruce Ellington 2
Taywan Taylor 17 Corey Coleman 2
Josh Reynolds 16 Pierre Garcon 2
DaeSean Hamilton 16 Cameron Meredith 2
Kenny Stills 15 Trent Taylor 2
Jamison Crowder 15 All Others 1




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