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Fantasy Football Trade Advice: Dameon Pierce, Christian Kirk, Alexander Mattison (Week 4)

Fantasy Football Trade Advice: Dameon Pierce, Christian Kirk, Alexander Mattison (Week 4)

We’ll help you navigate the trade waters of your fantasy football leagues all season. Not only is there the ‘Who Should I Trade?’ tool where you can get instant feedback, but you can also sync your league for free using My Playbook in order to get trade advice specific to your team through our Trade Analyzer and Trade Finder tools.

Here are all the players we’re buying and selling this week. And below let’s take a closer look at a few players to trade this week.

Fantasy Football Trade Advice

Christian Kirk (WR – JAC)

Christian Kirk came away with the TD score. But just a 15% target share. Five targets in the second half.

Still expected more with Zay Jones out of the lineup that the rest of the guys would pick up the slack.

Considering the Jaguars are coming off back-to-back duds, I’d view Ridley as the buy-low and Kirk as the sell-high. But my most confident transaction is definitely going after ETN, whereas I think the Jaguars WRs will be up and down all year with how many of them are involved in the offense.

Alexander Mattison (RB – MIN)

It was a make-or-break time for Alexander Mattison. The final stat line looks solid – 20 for 93 yards on the ground, 5 catches for 32 yards on 7 targets. Played 80% of the snaps.

Sell. Sell. Sell.

He dropped a ball in the red zone. Fumbled with a clear recovery by LA but it was overturned because the whistle was blown. Stuffed at the goal line thrice.

Cam Akers is coming for this man’s job. Your window is open. Don’t miss it.

Dameon Pierce (RB – HOU)

Even in a great positive game script, Dameon Pierce couldn’t get going. 14 for 31 but scored. Devin Singletary had more yards (41) on nine carries.

Pierce caught three balls to Singletary’s two. And when the team was up big in the fourth quarter – seems like prime Pierce grind out time – Singletary was in the game. Pierce is a good player, but his role is capped unless he scores. Still only managed to carve out a 54% snap share versus Singletary’s 39% snap share. Pierce has only 30 more rushing yards than Singletary despite 20 more carries (40 vs. 20).

Can’t imagine Pierce is set for a success versus the Steelers’ fierce defensive line in Week 4.

-Andrew Erickson

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