Week 3 Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart (2021)
If a poor Week 1 performance took fantasy managers to overreaction city, an 0-2 start had them filing for overreaction statehood. Whether you’re one of the highest scoring teams in the league or the lowest, losing your first two matchups makes it nearly impossible to feel confident in your team.
For the most part, you’ll want to avoid drastic changes so early in the season. Of course, if you’re dealing with a litany of injuries or players who, for one reason or another, have seen an obvious and substantial change from their preseason value, then you’ll want to act fast. But, patience is often rewarded in the fantasy landscape.
Nevertheless, improvements, however minor, can always be made, and options exist in the trade market. So to help you in that endeavor, here is your trade chart for Week 3.
The trade chart is fairly straightforward: just add the value of each player involved in a trade on both sides to see who wins. To be clear, these are not salary-cap values or FAB dollars. They are merely trade values calibrated to help you evaluate a deal, and they are provided for each format.