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Week 11 Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart (2021)

by Dan Harris | @danharris80 | Featured Writer
Nov 16, 2021


 
This is it – your last chance to improve your team in the trade market. But now, most trade deadlines have either passed or will do so within the next week. As you look to make that final push to make the playoffs, here are a few key things to keep in mind when it comes to trading:

Trade values are important and a good way to measure the overall value of a trade generally. But, especially at this time of year, trades are entirely team- and need-dependent. Make the deal that works best for your team, so long as it’s not drastically imbalanced.

Consolidating depth for star players when you’re locked into a playoff spot is a fine move, but injuries can happen at any time. Don’t weaken your bench too much in an effort to create a “super starting lineup.”

Take rest-of-season schedule into account heavily. We see players go on strong runs for a few-game stretch, only to come back down to Earth once the schedule becomes more difficult. But with only a handful of games left, regression may not happen. It’s ok to lean into the matchups more at this point.

And with that, for one last time this year, let’s get to work.

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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