Welcome to Ferris Wheelin’ & Dealin’. I’m going to give you the lowdown on who to target via trade and who to pick up in the future. I’ll cover redraft, dynasty, devy, and sometimes college football fantasy. This is going to be some next level shit to help you crush the competition.
Sell: Robby Anderson
Last week, Robby Anderson went off, essentially nutting in the eyes of his fantasy owners who had him parked on the bench. I don’t think it was necessarily a bad process though. Anderson is only averaging 4.2 targets/game on a 10.3-percent target rate. Now is your chance to sell the WR2 of a team that will not produce consistent fantasy goodness this year.
Buy: Cameron Brate
The Bucs are coming off a bye and are in dire need of a win. Jameis Winston is assuming the starting QB job and no one is happier than Cameron Brate. In games played with Winston, Brate averages 11.04 PPR points a game compared to 3.64 without him. OJ Howard is injured and the Bucs are still missing any kind of receiving threat out of the backfield. If Winston throws the ball 40 times on Sunday in a shootout, the majority of the targets will be split between Evans, Godwin, Brate, and DJax.
Sell: Isaiah Crowell
In his career, according to http://FFStatistics.com, Crowell has finished with weekly totals outside of the top 36 RBs 45.59-percent of the time. He’s also finished between RB25-36, making him a flex option at best, 13.24-percent of games in his career. He’s a useless week-to-week option and a must sell in dynasty while he is fresh off a good game.
Buy: Cam Newton
I love attempting to buy players with early bye weeks. This year, one of my prime targets is Cam Newton. With his Week 4 bye out of the way and juicy match-ups in Weeks 15 and 16, you’ll be setting yourself up for long term success. Not only that but you’ll be adding an extra bye week for your opponent to deal with.
Wide Receiver Ranks!
Stock Down: Ahmmon Richards
Stock Up: Jerry Jeudy
Sad news out of the college football world. Ahmmon Richards has been forced into retirement by an injury. It is really heartbreaking to see a young man staring generational wealth in the face, get the rug pulled out from under him. Unfortunately, this also means that one of your biggest devy pieces is has no chance of returning any value.
The Tua Man has been the talk of the college football world but man, does he have weapons to throw to. The best of the bunch is probably Jerry Jeudy. At 6’1 192 lbs, Jeudy doesn’t impose on his opponents with size but kills them with athleticism and technique.