Ezekiel Elliott continues to jump up and down the trade value chart, and the balance of power in your fantasy league likely swings with the news.
While Zeke is the biggest name (and biggest risk/reward) you could trade for, he’s not the only option. If you’re looking to make a move to improve your team before the final push of the fantasy regular season, you’ve come to the right place.
Below is the full trade value chart for Week 10 and a few of the week’s biggest risers and fallers.
The trade value chart uses our rest-of-season projections to assign values to every relevant player. The dollar amounts assume a 12-team league and a starting lineup of 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, and 1 Flex. The players are displayed in order of their standard league values, but we’ve included the PPR values for those players as well.
Tyrod Taylor is probably much higher on the list than you’d think, and I’d tend to agree. Remember, the values are meant to serve as a guide and are not set in stone. Taylor is high because the values are based on rest-of-season projections, the Bills have a ridiculously easy schedule for the rest of the year (NO, LAC, KC, NEx2, IND, MIAx2). He may not be an elite fantasy quarterback, but he’ll be a strong starter from here on out. He might be a good buy low target.
Mike Evans saw his value dip the second-most among all wideouts this week, and for good reason. He’s suspended for a week and his quarterback is now out for an undisclosed period of time. But he has a great upcoming schedule and should be on your buy-low radars.
Alvin Kamara saw his value rise the most among all players not name Ezekiel Elliott. He’s definitely legit, so I wouldn’t be trying to “sell high,” but since he has come onto the scene so strong and so fast, the Kamara owner in your league might not be a full believer yet. Strike now before his value rises even more.