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Fantasy Football Trade Advice: Damien Harris, Elijah Moore, Russell Gage (Week 4)

Sep 29, 2022
Elijah Moore

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Let’s take a look at players to sell this week: Damien Harris, Elijah Moore, and Russell Gage.

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Fantasy Football Trade Advice

Players to Sell

Damien Harris (RB – NE)

In back-to-back weeks, Rhamondre Stevenson has out-snapped Damien Harris by a vast margin (62% versus 38%). The second-year back is taking over this backfield as the preferred pass-catcher and most explosive playmaker on offense, while Harris is getting by on just TD scores. Sell high before this offense craters without Mac Jones.

Elijah Moore (WR – NYJ)

Garrett Wilson seems to get banged up in every game he plays, but that doesn’t stop him from producing. He missed a few drives after taking a big shot in Week 3 – 63% snap share – but still finished with 10 targets as Joe Flacco threw the ball 52 times.

There’s no denying that Wilson (23% target share) has been Flacco’s guy over the past three weeks, despite not running a full share of routes. He’s locked up a full-time role on offense which should elevate any concern that a change at QB will do to the target pecking order.

But if we are trying to capitalize on Wilson’s ascend the past few weeks, I wouldn’t shy away from putting him on the trade block hoping for a king’s ransom in return. Because there’s no guarantee that even as good as Wilson has shown that he is…that Zach Wilson will target him at the same rate as Flacco.

There’s also a chance that the Jets try to be more run heavy without a DGAF quarterback under center.

But if anything, you should definitely buy low on Elijah Moore who is still operating as the No. 1 WR on the Jets from a usage standpoint – 94% snap share in Week 3 – and has some prior built-in chemistry with his second-year QB. A QB switch could be the kick start the talented second-year WR needs.

Russell Gage (WR – TB)

Russell Gage operated as the No. 1 receiver for the Bucs in Week 3: 12 catches for 87 yards on 13 targets. Nobody else saw more than six targets. But don’t be overly bullish on Gage in the long-term with Mike Evans returning in Week 4 and Chris Godwin and Julio Jones eventually making a return at some point this season.

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