Week 11 - Trade Targets

Week 11 - Trade Targets

Week 11 Fantasy Football Trade Targets

 

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Joe Mixon - RB, Cincinnati Bengals
[Idk]

  • Gio suffers knee sprain, not supposed to miss time.
  • Gio has averaged 3.7 fppg. Mixon 9.7. If Gio misses time, Mixon around 13.4 fppg (mid RB2 - around Ingram, DJ, Lindsay). Literally the only two RBs to have a touch in 2019.
  • 32 touches on Sunday for mixon.
  • 141-138 routes run in favor of Gio on the year.

Christian Kirk - WR, Arizona Cardinals
[Sell-High]

  • Finally had the breakout game we've been waiting for: 10-6-138-3
  • Has ran over 70% of his routes from the outside since returning in Week 8.christian kirk fantasy football

 

D.J. Moore/Curtis Samuel - WR, Carolina Panthers
[Buy-Low]

  • Both guys are getting an insane amount of opportunity.
  • Since Week 5, D.J. Moore has a 26.5% target share, and Samuel has a 20.6% target share.
  • Even with Cmac swallowing up touches, both guys rank top-20 in targets.
  • Moore is developing into the true #1 possession WR that many envisioned.
  • Samuel is #6 in the entire NFL in deep targets, 4th in aDOT, his numbers haven't been there because Kyle Allen can't hit him. His catchable target rate is 94th among WRs and target quality rating which factors in depth of targets is 92nd. It's bad.
  • Moore barely cracks the top-20 fantasy WRs on the year, only because of TD variance. He's top 10 in receptions and #11 in total yards among WRs. He's currently on pace for 96 receptions and 1260 YFS. I'd like to bet on some positive touchdown pace given the ROS schedule.
  • And I put Curtis here because his price tag is obviously much lower, but he's getting almost as much opportunity and arguably more valuable opportunity. He has a much lower weekly floor, but the boom games are coming.

 

 Chris Godwin {buy low}

 

Mark Ingram - RB, Baltimore Ravens

[Sell-High]

 

 

Ronald Jones - RB, Tampa Bay

[Sell-high]

 

Super obvious, but mention maybe

  • James Conner
  • Cooper Kupp
  • OBJ
  • Damien Williams
  • Adam Thielen

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