With trade deadlines looming, it’s crunch time on the open market. Owners on the playoff bubble have precious little time to improve their teams for the stretch run. Those who have already clinched, or in good position to do so, should be looking to cash in depth to improve their starting lineups for the postseason. With the waiver wire a bit picked over, a trade is an excellent way to shore up your roster.
The general goal when assessing trade prospects is to buy low and sell high, but there are times when buying high and selling low makes sense, as well. And, as always, you want to be a trustworthy and responsible trade partner. No one likes the owner in their league who regularly offers terrible trades or goes into trade talks looking to make an unbalanced deal.
Looking at multiple factors for a trade target, such as schedule, potential floor and ceiling, and health of surrounding teammates, will serve you best. You’ll see references to 4for4’s schedule-adjusted fantasy points allowed (aFPA) metric in this column, which we rely on heavily to determine weekly matchup strength. As the season progresses and more data is available, aFPA becomes even more reliable, thanks to its rolling 10-week data.
Article source: https://www.si.com/nfl/2017/11/09/week-10-fantasy-football-trade-market-marcus-mariota-mike-evans
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