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8 Deep Dynasty Trade Targets (2024 Fantasy Football)

8 Deep Dynasty Trade Targets (2024 Fantasy Football)

The best part of dynasty fantasy football is that there is no offseason. Everyone loves to hear about which players to buy low and sell high. However, what about players mostly off the fantasy football radar? Here are eight deep dynasty trade targets that will be inexpensive to acquire.

8 Deep Dynasty Trade Targets

Jarrett Stidham (QB – DEN)

Despite reports that Russell Wilson could return in 2024, the veteran quarterback likely has played his final down in Denver. The Broncos won’t make Stidham their starter moving forward, though. Instead, the team likely will spend a first-round draft pick on a quarterback. However, the veteran could start next season while the rookie learns from the bench. Stidham has only four career starts but averaged 16.6 fantasy points per game in those contests. The veteran could be a decent Superflex option to start next year.

Jake Browning (QB – CIN)

Browning never started an NFL game until Joe Burrow suffered a season-ending wrist injury. The former Washington star was a solid streaming option for fantasy players in redraft leagues and a reliable Superflex option in dynasty leagues. After scoring 12 fantasy points in his first career start, Browning averaged 20.2 fantasy points per game the rest of the season, totaling 18 or more in all but one contest. Hopefully, Burrow can stay healthy, but I would trade for Browning if I had the Cincinnati superstar.

Evan Hull (RB – IND)

Unfortunately, Hull suffered a season-ending knee injury in Week 1 after totaling one rushing attempt and one reception. However, fantasy players should trade for the former Northwestern star. Hull was a popular rookie draft pick after shinning during the pre-draft process. More importantly, he should be the favorite to land the Zack Moss role if the veteran leaves in free agency this offseason. Jonathan Taylor has struggled with injuries the past two years making Hull, at worst, an appealing handcuff.

Chris Rodriguez Jr. (RB – WAS)

Usually, trading for Day 3 running backs after a limited rookie season is a mistake. However, Rodriguez has some sneaky long-shot appeal. The former Kentucky star had a limited role behind Brian Robinson Jr. and Antonio Gibson. However, he averaged over five yards per rushing attempt over his final five games. With Robinson dealing with injuries his first two years in the NFL and Gibson heading towards free agency, Rodriguez could be Washington’s No. 2 running back with possible starting potential next year.

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A.T. Perry (WR – NO)

I was a big fan of Perry’s after he landed in New Orleans. He had over 1,000 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns in back-to-back seasons at Wake Forest. More importantly, Perry averaged a higher half-point PPR fantasy points per route run average (0.29) than Terry McLaurin (0.27) and Garrett Wilson (0.26), per Fantasy Points Data. Michael Thomas won’t return in 2024, and the Saints will have limited cap space, creating an opportunity for Perry to earn a starting role.

Andrei Iosivas (WR – CIN)

There is a significant chance that Tee Higgins has played his final game with Cincinnati. This past year, the team spent two Day 3 picks on wide receivers, with Iosivas being a popular rookie draft target. The former Princeton receiver had some moments during his rookie season but shined in the Week 18 game without Higgins, totaling five receptions, two touchdowns, and 18.1 half-point PPR fantasy points. While Tyler Boyd could return if the Bengals lose Higgins, Iosivas is the more appealing long-term replacement.

Brevin Jordan (TE – HOU)

The Texans have an explosive and fantasy-friendly offense led by C.J. Stroud. Dalton Schultz benefited from that, finishing the year as the TE11, averaging 8.1 half-point PPR fantasy points despite barely having a higher target share than Robert Woods. Yet, the veteran is a free agent and might not return. Meanwhile, Jordan flashed some upside in 2023, averaging a higher yards per route run rate than Schultz. He could earn the starting role and have a breakout season in a contract year.

Greg Dulcich (TE – DEN)

Dulcich has missed nearly 65% of the contests in his career with injuries. However, the former UCLA star flashed star potential as a rookie. The tight end scored 10.7 or more half-point PPR fantasy points in nearly half of the games in 2022. Furthermore, he ranked 14th out of 25 tight ends with at least 300 routes run in yards after the catch per reception (4.64) two years ago (per Fantasy Points Data). Dulcich could become a low-end TE1 if he can stay healthy.

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