With the fantasy trade deadline fast approaching, it's time to start thinking about some late-season moves.
Fantasy Football Buy Low, Sell High
If you're looking to load up for a postseason run, here are some of the best buy-low, sell-high candidates to target heading into Week 11.
3. Buy: Kareem Hunt, RB, Cleveland Browns
Kareem Hunt hasn't played since Week 6, and we still don't exactly know when he'll be back. But he is a great player to trade for and stash until he returns. He was fantasy's RB9 before going down in Week 6. Each of his next four matchups will come against a team that owns a bottom-10 defensive DVOA rating. If he returns within the next week or two, Hunt is a guy that could help you make a postseason run – especially if Nick Chubb's issues haven't cleared up.
2. Sell: Mike Davis, RB, Atlanta Falcons
Fantasy managers that have held onto Mike Davis may be excited about using him on Thursday night. With Cordarrelle Patterson out, one would assume that Davis is going to regain his role as Atlanta's lead back. But things might not be so simple. Wayne Gallman actually played 43% of the snaps last week, compared to 37% of Davis. It's very possible that Gallman, not Davis, becomes the most productive Falcons' RB while Cordarrelle is out. If you can get someone to bite on Davis, his value will likely never be higher than it is right now.
1. Buy: Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson was atrocious in his return to action last week, completing 20-of-40 attempts for 161 yards with 0 touchdowns to 2 interceptions while getting shutout against the Green Bay Packers. Wilson has been a top-nine fantasy QB in each of the past four seasons, including two top-three finishes during that stretch. There's no reason to expect anything other than a QB1 finish from here on out. Plus, he'll get to face the Detroit Lions in the fantasy championships, making him a great player to go target for the playoffs.
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