Dynasty Trade Targets: Tyrion Davis-Price (2022 Fantasy Football)
It’s always important to look for value in dynasty fantasy football leagues. While dynasty rookie drafts and the waiver wire are avenues to add value to your roster, the best way tends to be via a good old-fashioned trade.
We’re here to guide you through the fantasy football offseason with plenty of trade advice and tools. You can check out our updated dynasty fantasy football trade value chart. You can jump into our dynasty trade analyzer to evaluate potential deals before you pull the trigger. And of course, you can follow along with Pat Fitzmaurice and Scott Bogman on the dynasty fantasy football podcast.
On a recent episode, Bogman and Fitz discussed players that dynasty fantasy football managers should pursue in their dynasty drafts or via trade.
- Dynasty Trade Targets: Matthew Stafford
- Dynasty Trade Targets: Jameis Winston
- Dynasty Trade Targets: Trey Lance
- Dynasty Trade Targets: Zach Wilson
- Dynasty Trade Targets: Tony Pollard
- Dynasty Trade Targets: AJ Dillon
- Dynasty Trade Targets: Alexander Mattison
Here’s the case to try and acquire Tyrion Davis-Price.
While every league is unique, using our latest dynasty trade value chart, here are some potential trades for Tyrion Davis-Price:
Tyrion Davis-Price Dynasty Trade Value: 7
Others with similar trade values:
- Tyler Allgeier (RB – ATL): 8
- Kenneth Gainwell (RB – PHI): 8
- D’Ernest Johnson (RB – CLE): 7
- Melvin Gordon III (RB – DEN): 7
- Darrell Henderson Jr. (RB – LAR): 6
- Hassan Haskins (RB – TEN): 6
- Sony Michel (RB – MIA): 6
- Jarvis Landry (WR – NO): 7
- Odell Beckham Jr. (WR – FA): 7
- Will Fuller V (WR – FA): 6
- Terrace Marshall Jr. (WR – CAR): 6
- Joshua Palmer (WR – LAC): 6
- Early 2022 Third-Round Rookie Draft Pick: 7
- Early 2022 Superflex Third-Round Rookie Draft Pick: 10
- Late 2022 Third-Round Rookie Draft Pick: 4
- Late 2022 Superflex Third-Round Rookie Draft Pick: 5
Let’s see what the experts have to say about his fantasy football outlook:
If it’s not Elijah Mitchell taking back the reigns, then it’s equally viable Tyrion Davis-Price could be that dude. After the team burnt a third-round pick the year before on bench warmer extraordinaire Trey Sermon, the hesitation to invest in this backfield is real. Davis-Price performed well in his athletic testing with a 77th percentile 40-yard dash and 73rd percentile 10-yard split time. Since 2020 the 49ers are fifth in neutral rushing rate (47%). There’s volume to support multiple rushers as matchup or flex players or one rusher that could easily be a weekly top 20 option.
– Derek Brown
2022 Dynasty Rankings