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Week 6 Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart (2019)

by Dan Harris | @danharris80 | Featured Writer
Oct 9, 2019

Tyler Lockett’s trade value is on the rise.

This may be one of the worst waiver-wire weeks of all time. If you were looking to improve your team due to injury or ineffectiveness, Jon Hilliman was probably your top choice, and that is saying something.

But there’s never a bad week when it comes to trading. When you’re looking in the trade landscape, the cupboard is always full.

To help you make any deal, consult the FantasyPros trade value chart. Covering every format, simply add up the values of all players involved on both sides of any transaction to see which side comes out on top.

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Quarterbacks

1-QB 2-QB
Player Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/-
Patrick Mahomes 20 24 -4 38 44 -6
Deshaun Watson 13 12 +1 26 24 +2
Lamar Jackson 13 14 -1 26 28 -2
Russell Wilson 12 11 +1 24 22 +2
Dak Prescott 10 10 20 20
Aaron Rodgers 10 9 +1 20 18 +2
Matt Ryan 10 9 +1 20 18 +2
Tom Brady 8 7 +1 16 14 +2
Kyler Murray 8 5 +3 16 10 +6
Carson Wentz 7 9 -2 14 18 -4
Jameis Winston 5 5 10 10

For the first time this year, there are no additions to (or subtractions from) the quarterback trade chart from the previous week. And although there’s some movement, it’s largely incidental. Patrick Mahomes’ ankle injury and depleted offensive line bring him down to mere quasi-immortal status, while Kyler Murray’s emphasis on running (189 yards and two rushing touchdowns over his last three games) continue to move him up in trade value. But, as always, remember that trading for quarterbacks is generally an unwise move, as there are usually more than enough options available on the waiver wire in one-quarterback leagues.

Running Backs

STANDARD 1/2 PPR FULL PPR
Player Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/-
Christian McCaffrey 44 43 +1 46 44 +2 47 45 +2
Ezekiel Elliott 42 43 -1 42 43 -1 42 43 -1
Dalvin Cook 42 42 43 43 44 44
Alvin Kamara 38 42 -4 41 43 -2 43 44 -1
Nick Chubb 32 32 33 33 34 34
Saquon Barkley 32 19 +13 34 21 +13 36 22 +14
Aaron Jones 30 25 +5 32 26 +6 33 27 +6
David Johnson 27 31 -4 29 33 -4 31 35 -4
Leonard Fournette 27 27 29 29 31 31
Le’Veon Bell 27 31 -4 30 33 -3 32 35 -3
Chris Carson 25 21 +4 26 23 +3 27 24 +3
Derrick Henry 24 27 -3 25 28 -3 25 28 -3
Todd Gurley 21 20 +1 23 22 +1 24 23 +1
Melvin Gordon 21 21 22 23 -1 23 24 -1
James Conner 21 25 -4 23 27 -4 24 28 -4
Kerryon Johnson 21 21 23 23 24 24
Marlon Mack 20 19 +1 21 20 +1 22 21 +1
Mark Ingram 19 21 -2 20 22 -2 21 23 -2
Joe Mixon 17 17 19 19 20 20
Josh Jacobs 17 16 +1 18 17 +1 18 17 +1
Austin Ekeler 14 12 +2 17 15 +2 20 17 +3
Phillip Lindsay 12 10 +2 14 12 +2 15 13 +2
Devonta Freeman 12 16 -4 14 17 -3 15 18 -3
David Montgomery 12 15 -3 13 16 -3 14 17 -3
Damien Williams 9 9 11 11 12 12
Jordan Howard 9 5 +4 10 6 +4 10 7 +3
Sony Michel 9 9 9 9 9 9
Matt Breida 8 6 +2 9 7 +2 10 8 +2
James White 8 8 11 11 13 13
Carlos Hyde 8 8 8 8 8 8
Tevin Coleman 8 N/A +8 9 N/A +9 10 N/A +10
Devin Singletary 7 9 -2 8 11 -3 9 12 -3
Ronald Jones II 6 7 -1 7 8 -1 8 9 -1
LeSean McCoy 6 9 -3 8 11 -3 9 12 -3
Royce Freeman 4 4 5 5 6 6
Chris Thompson 4 4 6 6 8 8
Miles Sanders 4 4 5 5 6 6
Tarik Cohen 4 4 +4 6 N/A +6 8 N/A +8
Duke Johnson 4 4 +4 6 N/A +6 7 N/A +7

Saquon Barkley won’t return in time to face the Patriots on Thursday night, but all signs point to him being ready for Week 7 in an excellent matchup against the Cardinals. At this point, there seems like little reason to doubt that Barkley will return and be his usual dominant self soon.

Aaron Jones has a preposterous eight touchdowns this season after his four-touchdown game against the Cowboys on Sunday. Jamaal Williams is recovering, but goodness, if Matt LaFleur goes back to talking about splitting carries, there may be a revolt among both Packers players and fantasy owners. Williams will receive touches, though, and the Packers are justifiably concerned about Jones wearing down. Those minor doubts keep Jones from reaching truly elite status in terms of trade value.

Concerns about Chris Carson should be long gone by now, as the Seattle running back has not only avoided fumbles in his last two games but has run incredibly well. Even with Rashaad Penny back healthy, Carson has earned himself a longer leash and should be in no danger of losing his job the next time he turns the ball over.  Nor should Tevin Coleman, who looked dynamic in his return from injury on Monday night against the Browns. Unlike Carson, however, Coleman has to contend with Matt Breida, who saw nearly equal touches in the game. Coleman certainly holds value, as does Breida, but no one running back in San Francisco will ever be higher than a low-end RB2.

Fallers include David Johnson, who is battling a back injury, Devonta Freeman, who has gained more than 30 yards on the ground once this season, and James Conner because pretty much everyone in Pittsburgh should be gradually sliding down in trade value.

Wide Receivers

STANDARD 1/2 PPR FULL PPR
Player Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/-
DeAndre Hopkins 31 33 -2 33 35 -2 35 37 -2
Julio Jones 31 33 -2 33 35 -2 35 37 -2
Michael Thomas 31 30 +1 34 33 +1 36 35 +1
Keenan Allen 31 31 33 34 -1 35 36 -1
Amari Cooper 30 28 +2 32 30 +2 34 32 +2
Chris Godwin 30 28 +2 32 30 +2 34 32 +2
Cooper Kupp 29 25 +4 31 27 +4 33 29 +4
Davante Adams 29 29 31 31 33 33
Tyler Lockett 27 21 +6 29 23 +6 30 24 +6
Tyreek Hill 27 18 +9 29 19 +10 30 20 +10
Odell Beckham Jr. 22 30 -8 24 32 -8 26 34 -8
Mike Evans 21 28 -7 23 30 -7 24 31 -7
Kenny Golladay 20 20 22 22 23 23
Adam Thielen 19 16 +3 21 18 +3 22 19 +3
T.Y. Hilton 18 16 +2 20 18 +2 21 19 +2
Julian Edelman 17 16 +1 20 18 +2 22 20 +2
Robert Woods 17 17 19 19 20 20
Tyler Boyd 17 16 +1 19 18 +1 20 19 +1
Allen Robinson 17 15 +2 19 17 +2 20 18 +2
Larry Fitzgerald 16 16 18 18 19 19
JuJu Smith-Schuster 16 17 -1 18 19 -1 19 20 -1
D.J. Chark 15 11 +4 17 13 +4 18 14 +4
Josh Gordon 14 15 -1 16 17 -1 17 18 -1
Courtland Sutton 14 8 +6 16 9 +7 17 10 +7
Brandin Cooks 14 17 -3 16 19 -3 17 20 -3
Will Fuller 12 6 +6 13 7 +6 15 8 +7
Alshon Jeffery 11 10 +1 12 11 +1 13 12 +1
Sammy Watkins 11 15 -4 12 17 -5 13 18 -5
D.J. Moore 11 12 -1 12 13 -1 13 14 -1
Marquise Brown 11 11 12 12 13 13
Tyrell Williams 11 15 -4 12 16 -4 13 17 -4
John Brown 11 12 -1 12 13 -1 13 14 -1
Calvin Ridley 10 9 +1 11 10 +1 12 10 +2
Curtis Samuel 10 10 11 12 -1 12 13 -1
Michael Gallup 10 N/A +10 12 N/A +12 13 N/A +13
Stefon Diggs 9 12 -3 11 14 -3 12 15 -3
Terry McLaurin 9 12 -3 11 13 -2 12 14 -2
Marvin Jones 7 7 8 8 9 9
Emmanuel Sanders 7 8 -1 8 10 -2 9 11 -2
Mike Williams 6 6 7 7 8 8
A.J. Green 6 6 7 7 8 8
Jarvis Landry 6 7 -1 8 8 9 9
Sterling Shepard 5 12 -7 7 14 -7 8 15 -7
Christian Kirk 5 6 -1 7 8 -1 8 9 -1
DeSean Jackson 5 6 -1 6 7 -1 6 7 -1
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 5 6 -1 6 7 -1 7 8 -1

DeAndre Hopkins and Julio Jones are no longer in their own tier, though no one should hit the panic button on either. They remain the most valuable wide receivers in standard formats. As for PPR, however, all should come below Michael Thomas in a trade, as the Saints receiver is on pace for 144 catches and 1,738 yards. If you’re offered Thomas for any other receiver in a one-for-one trade in that format, pull the trigger.

Tyler Lockett, by virtue of being the top receiving option for Russell Wilson, Tyreek Hill, whose return is imminent, Courtland Sutton, who is certainly the receiver to own in Denver, Will Fuller, thanks to him reminding everyone what he can do when he sees targets, and Michael Gallup, who showed he is healthy, all make significant leaps in value. All are no worse than solid WR3s, with Lockett and Hill being far better. Trade for any with confidence.

Have significantly less confidence in trading for Odell Beckham Jr. and Mike Evans.  Beckham is on pace for a 74-catch, 1,072-yard, three-touchdown season, and is basically relying on a late 89-yard touchdown against a beaten-down Jets team to save any value this season. Evans has essentially had one great game and one good catch through five weeks. Both receivers have massive potential and should still be valued as low-end WR1s. But, admittedly, if you own them, it’s difficult to sell low. If you do, however, you know how they should be valued.

And Sterling Shepard went from being in a fantastic situation to losing his slot role to being back in the concussion protocol. There are no good signs for Shepard at this point. There’s no reason to target him in a trade.

Tight Ends

STANDARD 1/2 PPR FULL PPR
Player Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/-
Travis Kelce 27 27 29 29 30 30
George Kittle 21 19 +2 23 21 +2 24 22 +2
Zach Ertz 14 14 16 16 17 17
Mark Andrews 12 12 14 14 15 15
Evan Engram 12 14 -2 14 16 -2 15 17 -2
Darren Waller 12 12 13 13 15 15
Austin Hooper 10 10 12 12 13 13
Will Dissly 9 7 +2 10 8 +2 11 9 +1

The only major thing of note with tight ends is the reduction of the number of players who even register on the chart. At this point, these eight players represent the only players who you should currently start each week, regardless of the matchup. Other than that, stream away.

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