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Week 7 Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart (2021)

by Dan Harris | @danharris80 | Featured Writer
Oct 19, 2021

It is finally here. Bye-pocalypse. Bye-nado. Bye-orama. Whatever you want to call it, if you can field a full lineup, consider yourself fortunate.

It’s a particularly barren waiver wire week, meaning that most managers are forced to head to the trade market to fill the voids in their lineup. But tread lightly. Forfeiting future strength of your team to win a single week is a dangerous proposition.

You’ll see some more significant movement than usual, as bye weeks generally impact rest-of-season values more than most fantasy managers like to acknowledge. Players who are past their bye weeks generally rise in value, or, at the very least, it’s a piece of their overall value puzzle.

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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Dan Harris is the Editor-in-Chief of FantasyPros. For more from Dan, check out his archive or follow him on Twitter at @danharris80.

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