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Week 9 Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart

Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert (31) enters the field prior to a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rich Storry-USA TODAY Sports

  • Mostert's value: It appeared that Miami Dolphins‘ Raheem Mostert‘s trade value was going to skyrocket after the team traded away Chase Edmonds, but the team traded for the San Francisco 49ersJeff Wilson Jr. shortly after, causing his trade value to stagnate.
  • Ehlinger's trade value: Sam Ehlinger’s rushing ability makes him a viable target in two-quarterback leagues, as he could have some longer-term value for a an Indianapolis Colts team that looks headed for a multiyear rebuild.
  • How Kupp's injury impacts WR: Justin Jefferson is the preferred top-end player to target with Cooper Kupp dealing with an ankle injury and an inept offense that could be out of the playoff picture sooner rather than later.
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No fantasy roster is leaving the midseason unscathed, as bye weeks and injuries are forcing even the savviest of fantasy football managers to find unconventional ways to hold together their rosters in order to land safely in the fantasy football playoffs. Championships are won when the real managers separate from those only capable of putting together a respectable draft.

The waiver wire can be enticing to fill roster holes, but oftentimes, the fill-ins are in high demand for only one or two weeks worth of use. 

Therefore, orchestrating a trade to fill some gaps may be a better approach than the waiver to fill some gaps for teams clinging to the smallest amount of hope. At this point, it should be apparent where the holes in your roster exist. If nothing glaring needs to be filled, then upgrading through a two-for-one trade can be the key piece to vault managers to a fantasy championship.  

This article aims to help alleviate the difficulties in making accurate fantasy trades by assigning a dollar value to any player above replacement level for standard-structure leagues — leagues that start 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE and a flex.


QUARTERBACK

Player Std PPR 2QB
Josh Allen 47 50 96
Jalen Hurts 33 36 77
Patrick Mahomes 32 35 75
Justin Herbert 19 20 62
Lamar Jackson 17 18 58
Tom Brady 17 18 56
Joe Burrow 17 18 57
Matthew Stafford 13 14 53
Derek Carr 12 13 51
Kyler Murray 11 12 50
Kirk Cousins 11 12 50
Daniel Jones 10 10 48
Marcus Mariota 10 10 47
Aaron Rodgers 9 10 46
Dak Prescott 7 8 44
Davis Mills 6 7 44
Ryan Tannehill 6 7 43
Tua Tagovailoa 4 4 39
Trevor Lawrence 3 3 38
Kenny Pickett 2 3 37
Sam Ehlinger 1 1 34
Geno Smith 1 1 34
Jimmy Garoppolo 33
Jared Goff 33
Justin Fields 33
Jameis Winston 31
Mac Jones 30
Zach Wilson 28
Russell Wilson 28
Phillip Walker 25
Deshaun Watson 15

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