Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart: Week 3

Brandon Gdula
Brandon Gdula@gdula13
Fantasy Football Trade Value Chart: Week 3

After two weeks of fantasy football, you vaguely know where your team stands.

You may be 2-0. You may be 0-2. You may be 1-1 with a bit of a lean toward getting lucky or unlucky.

But no matter what, it's time to hit the waiver wire and to scan the trade market.

The best trades are fair trades for both sides, but valuing players our own rosters can be tricky.

To help, each week, we'll be offering up our updated trade values to help you figure out whether or not you should send or accept a trade.

And I'm not talking about consensus rankings or my rankings. These values come straight from the models of numberFire's rest-of-season fantasy football projections.

So, keep in mind that these are entirely based on rest-of-season projections rather than gut feel or upside.

Players with defined roles can have more value than players who are waiting for their opportunity. The algorithms are here to remind us of that.

Final reminder: these aren't my rankings or values. They're math-based values from numberFire's projections system to help us make optimal decisions stemming from what is most likely to occur.

With all that said, here is how numberFire's algorithms value players for the rest of the season in a 12-team league.

Christian McCaffreyRB625957
Tony PollardRB524846
Tyreek HillWR404243
Justin JeffersonWR394143
Derrick HenryRB453936
Bijan RobinsonRB363637
Travis KelceTE333535
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