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Week 11 Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart (2019)

by Dan Harris | @danharris80 | Featured Writer
Nov 13, 2019

Patrick Mahomes’ trade value is back on the rise in Week 11.

If your trade deadline hasn’t yet passed, you’ve probably got another week or two to make a deal. Are you are in desperate need of a win this week? Are you essentially locked into a playoff spot and just looking to shore up your roster for a final push?

The answers to those questions should have a great impact on your goals in seeking out a trade. Do not be afraid to lose a trade in a vacuum if it helps you achieve your immediate objective. Nevertheless, the trade chart will, as always, give you a good baseline to evaluate any deal.

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Quarterbacks

1-QB 2-QB
Player Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/-
Lamar Jackson 27 17 +10 54 34 +20
Patrick Mahomes 23 15 +8 46 30 +16
Russell Wilson 20 17 +3 40 34 +6
Deshaun Watson 19 17 +2 38 34 +4
Aaron Rodgers 13 13 26 26
Dak Prescott 12 10 +2 24 20 +4
Matt Ryan 10 10 20 20
Jameis Winston 10 N/A +10 20 N/A +20
Kyler Murray 10 N/A +10 20 N/A +20

 
There’s a big change in quarterback values, particularly with Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes. At this stage, particularly if you are playoff-bound, then trading for a true stud quarterback with an immense floor is worth a fairly hefty price. There’s a qualifier with quarterback values, however, which is that if you have one of the other quarterbacks listed on the trade chart, or another quarterback giving you high-floor production, then the values of Jackson and Mahomes should be reduced a bit. As always, the benefits of a trade are greatly dependent on your particular situation. Never be a slave to values.

Running Backs

STANDARD 1/2 PPR FULL PPR
Player Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/-
Christian McCaffrey 47 44 +3 49 46 +3 51 48 +3
Dalvin Cook 44 42 +2 45 43 +2 47 45 +2
Ezekiel Elliott 41 41 42 42 43 43
Saquon Barkley 37 42 -5 39 43 -4 41 44 -3
Aaron Jones 34 30 +4 36 32 +4 37 33 +4
Alvin Kamara 34 34 37 37 39 39
Leonard Fournette 32 32 34 34 36 36
Josh Jacobs 32 32 33 33 34 34
Nick Chubb 30 32 -2 31 33 -2 32 35 -3
Derrick Henry 29 25 +4 30 26 +4 31 27 +4
Melvin Gordon 29 21 +8 31 23 +8 32 24 +8
Chris Carson 27 29 -2 29 31 -2 30 32 -2
James Conner 25 23 +2 27 25 +2 28 26 +2
Marlon Mack 23 25 -2 24 26 -2 25 27 -2
Mark Ingram 23 23 24 24 24 24
Le’Veon Bell 19 19 22 22 24 24
Tevin Coleman 19 19 20 20 21 21
Todd Gurley 15 17 -2 17 19 -2 18 20 -2
David Montgomery 14 17 -3 15 18 -3 15 18 -3
Phillip Lindsay 14 14 16 16 17 17
Devin Singletary 11 14 -3 13 16 -3 14 17 -3
Ronald Jones II 11 8 +3 12 9 +3 13 10 +3
Damien Williams 11 8 +3 13 10 +3 14 11 +3
Joe Mixon 10 8 +2 11 9 +2 12 10 +2
Sony Michel 9 9 9 9 9 9
Kenyan Drake 9 5 +4 11 6 +5 12 7 +5
Austin Ekeler 9 13 -4 12 16 -4 15 19 -4
Jordan Howard 8 9 -1 9 10 -1 9 10 -1
David Johnson 8 19 -11 10 21 -11 12 23 -11
James White 8 9 -1 11 12 -1 14 15 -1
Royce Freeman 8 7 +1 10 9 +1 11 10 +1
Carlos Hyde 8 8 8 8 8 8
Jamaal Williams 7 7 9 9 10 10
Latavius Murray 5 7 -2 6 8 -2 7 9 -2
Devonta Freeman 5 15 -10 7 17 -10 9 19 -10
Miles Sanders 5 5 7 7 8 8
Kareem Hunt 5 N/A +5 7 N/A +7 9 N/A +9

 
Melvin Gordon takes the most drastic leap in trade value among running backs after his excellent performance on Thursday night against the Raiders. Receiving 23 touches for the second straight game, Gordon rumbled for 133 total yards and a touchdown, his fifth in his last four games. Not only were his numbers on Thursday his best of the season, but he was hit in the backfield often, and simply refused to be stopped. With Gordon looking closer to the 2018 version of himself, only his poor offensive line keeps him from moving higher.

David Johnson, meanwhile, falls significantly in trade value, after his awful game against the Bucs in which he gained 10 yards on just six touches and lost a fumble. Kliff Kingsbury admitted that Johnson was still banged up, although curiously, Johnson was not on Wednesday’s injury report. Johnson may still have some value this season, especially since the Cardinals still have their bye in Week 12 for him to get healthier. But as of now, if you’re trading for him, you should already be guaranteed a playoff spot and looking for upside.

Note that Austin Ekeler and Kenyan Drake fall and rise in trade value, respectively, in relation to Gordon and Johnson.

Wide Receivers

STANDARD 1/2 PPR FULL PPR
Player Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/-
Michael Thomas 33 32 +1 36 35 +1 38 37 +1
Tyreek Hill 31 30 +1 33 32 +1 34 33 +1
Mike Evans 31 31 33 33 35 35
Amari Cooper 31 31 33 33 35 35
Julio Jones 31 31 33 33 35 35
Cooper Kupp 30 31 -1 32 33 -1 33 35 -2
Chris Godwin 30 30 32 32 34 34
Davante Adams 30 24 +6 32 26 +6 34 28 +6
DeAndre Hopkins 27 30 -3 29 32 -3 31 34 -3
Julian Edelman 24 24 27 27 30 29 +1
Stefon Diggs 21 21 23 23 24 24
Keenan Allen 21 21 23 23 25 25
Kenny Golladay 21 27 -6 23 29 -6 24 30 -6
Tyler Lockett 21 27 -6 23 29 -6 24 31 -7
Adam Thielen 20 20 22 22 23 23
D.J. Moore 20 12 +8 22 14 +8 24 15 +9
Allen Robinson 20 21 -1 21 23 -2 24 25 -1
D.J. Chark 18 15 +3 20 17 +3 21 18 +3
Odell Beckham Jr. 18 19 -1 20 21 -1 21 22 -1
Courtland Sutton 15 15 17 17 18 18
Golden Tate 15 11 +4 17 13 +4 19 15 +4
John Brown 15 15 17 16 +1 18 17 +1
Curtis Samuel 14 10 +4 17 11 +6 16 12 +4
JuJu Smith-Schuster 14 19 -5 17 21 -4 16 22 -6
Michael Gallup 14 12 +2 16 14 +2 17 15 +2
Marquise Brown 12 12 14 12 +2 15 13 +2
Robert Woods 12 15 -3 14 17 -3 15 18 -3
Christian Kirk 12 9 +3 14 11 +3 15 12 +3
T.Y. Hilton 10 8 +2 12 10 +2 13 11 +2
Calvin Ridley 10 14 -4 12 16 -4 13 17 -4
Marvin Jones 10 15 -5 12 17 -5 13 18 -5
Jarvis Landry 10 7 +3 12 9 +3 14 10 +4
Emmanuel Sanders 9 12 -3 11 14 -3 12 15 -3
Tyler Boyd 9 9 11 11 12 12
Mike Williams 9 10 -1 11 12 -1 12 13 -1
D.K. Metcalf 9 9 10 10 11 11
Tyrell Williams 8 15 -7 10 17 -7 11 18 -7
Terry McLaurin 7 7 9 9 10 10
Devante Parker 7 7 8 8 9 9
Will Fuller 6 N/A +6 7 N/A +7 8 N/A +8
Mohamed Sanu 5 5 6 6 7 7
Alshon Jeffery 5 7 -2 6 8 -2 7 9 -2
Jamison Crowder 5 5 7 7 9 9

 
Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones fall with the prospects of Matthew Stafford’s back injury hanging over their heads. Stafford’s “fractured back” isn’t quite as serious as it sounds, but he missed practice on Wednesday and seems unlikely to play against the Cowboys at the very least. Jeff Driskel isn’t the worst quarterback in the world, but the prospects of both receivers dip.

As they do with Tyler Lockett and JuJu Smith-Schuster. Lockett is reportedly on track to play after the bye against Philadelphia, but given the serious nature of his injury, some caution is warranted. Truly, of all the trade values, Lockett’s is the most fluid, as I would not argue if you valued him four or five points higher given the recent optimistic news. But, as with any injury, tread carefully.

As for Smith-Schuster, it’s just not going to work. In his last four games, Smith-Schuster has seven, 103 (against the Dolphins), 16, and 44 yards receiving. Mason Rudolph has no interest in pushing the ball down the field, and the Steelers are content to rely on their defense. If you are rostering Smith-Schuster, you’re likely still starting him.  But as closer to a WR3.

Tight Ends

STANDARD 1/2 PPR FULL PPR
Player Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/- Current Value Previous Value +/-
Travis Kelce 21 21 23 23 24 24
Hunter Henry 18 15 +3 20 17 +3 21 18 +3
Zach Ertz 15 15 17 17 18 18
Darren Waller 15 17 -2 17 19 -2 18 20 -2
George Kittle 14 21 -7 16 23 -7 17 24 -7
Mark Andrews 14 14 16 16 17 17
Gerald Everett 8 N/A +8 10 N/A +10 11 N/A +11

 
You know the deal with tight ends already. There are only a few worth trading for and other than that, you’re just throwing darts. With Evan Engram’s injury issues, however, Gerald Everett enters the trade chart. Although he’s certainly a class below the rest, with Brandin Cooks out for at least this week and possibly more, Everett had the chance to become an integral part of the Rams’ passing attack. With at least 10 targets in two of his last three games (and three of his last five), he falls into that gray area below the studs but above the streamers.

George Kittle, meanwhile, will apparently miss Week 12, and his timeline for recovery is unclear. Still, with the 49ers very much in a dogfight for the NFC West title, Kittle should return as soon as he is possibly able, which should mean enough production down the stretch to warrant trading for.

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