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Week 6 Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart (2021)

by Dan Harris | @danharris80 | Featured Writer
Oct 12, 2021

It was yet another week where massive injuries caused an overhaul in the trade chart. As always, values are fluid, and you’ll see significant changes from week to week, particularly with players starting to move past their bye weeks.

I’ve gotten a few questions lately about league sizes, etc., so to clarify, this chart is ideally designed for 12-team leagues with standard lineups (two running backs, three wide receivers, five or six bench spots). So there should be some mild adjusting for any other league size. But it shouldn’t require major surgery.

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.

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