Dynasty Players Buy and Sell (2022 Fantasy Football)

With the NFL draft firmly in our back view, dynasty drag season is in full swing. As we’ve seen with the real-world draft, this time of year also brings a lot of business action. Our experts check in to present their best business goals and sell candidates to the fantasy football dynasty leagues.

1. Which player are you buying right now in Breed Leagues and why? Also, what are you willing to give up to get?

“If there is one player I am looking to buy right now in the breed associations, it is Robert Woods of the Tennessee Titans. While Woods turned 30 in April and suffered a rupture in the AFC Champions League in Week 9 last season, the former Ram is expected to make a full recovery from the During training camp and now finds himself as a key pick picking assists in Tennessee.During the NFL draft, the Giants shocked the world when they traded AJ Brown to the Eagles.The 105 goals Brown had last season are now on display for a grab, Woods prepares To be the primary beneficiary. For what Woods is worth, I will present a second-round selection in the junior draft with the expectation that negotiations will result in a late first-round selection.”
Michael Huff (FF Faceoff)

“Elijah Moore is one of my favorite players to target in the Dynasty. The Jets slot receiver was rated a WR2 fantasy over the last six games he played before missing out on the rest of the season due to COVID-19. His 16.1 fantasy points per game was ranked 5th Had he continued to produce for the remainder of the season, he earned an average of 12 PPR points per game in the season total which put him in elite company AJ Brown, Deebo Samuel, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Michael Thomas, Chase Claypool and Tee Higgins for accomplishing this Fulfillment as Rookie WRs in the second round. Moore’s price is pent up and achievable due to the addition of Garrett Wilson, so there has never been a more opportune time to take action. I’d feel good trading DeVonta Smith/Jerry Jeudy straight or moving 1.07-plus rookie picks.”
Andrew Erickson (FantasyPros)

“I remain optimistic about Michael Pittman, ranking him solidly ahead of the ECR (WR11 vs. WR18). Pittman remains a stark commercial target I look for in all championships. Last year he was 19th in yards per track, finishing right before CeeDee Lamb and DK Metcalf in this metric (per PFF, minimum 50 goals). If he surprises the Colts in the pass rate division, Pittman has the top five in the lead this season. I’m happy to give up the 2023 first-round rookie pick for his services.”
Derek Brown (FantasyPros)

2. Which players are you selling to in Breed Leagues now and why? Also, what kind of return are you looking for?

“The recently traded Marquis Brown is a player I think deserves to be sold in the leagues. Now with the Arizona Cardinals, Brown is looking to be in line for a notable target share during the first six games of 2022 while DeAndre Hopkins offers a PED commentary. Beyond That stretch, it’s hard to imagine how consistent Brown will be. The prospect of him repeating his 146 goals from last season seems elusive and the drama surrounding Kyler Murray is inappropriate. In terms of Brown’s trading return, I would look to build on the hype of Brown being a cardinal and will ask Beginner’s choice early or late in the first round”
Michael Huff (FF Faceoff)

RB Dameon Pierce a fourth-round rookie is getting a lot of love in the breed leagues right now. He was picked early in the second rounds of the rookie drafts with the idea that he is a locked and loaded starter on a lackluster RB Texas depth chart. But it remains to be seen How much work he’ll get in. During GM Nick Caserio’s tenure with the Patriots, Stephen Ridley’s 87 campaigns were the most for any non-rookie in the first round. Not to mention there’s clearly an affinity for veteran racers who just can’t leave Texas “They force-fed David Johnson and Mark Ingram II among other veterans last season, although there were some younger players they could give their casting.” Caserio’s post-draft press conference referred to Pierce as someone who needed to earn a role and be a factor. In special teams.If I’ve already drafted Pierce, I may now pick his heart to pick a freshman from the 2023 second round (best draft class) or straight to a veteran RB representative like Kareem Hunt (likely to be traded), Ch ase Edmonds, Rhamondre Stephenson, or Damien Harris. “
Andrew Erickson (FantasyPros)

“I haven’t jokingly bought into ‘trade for JuJu Smith-Schuster’ previously, and I’m still looking outside. Smith-Schuster has seen his yards on every track run and yards after catch drop per reception in each of the last four seasons (per PFF). This isn’t kind of a trend The production anyone should look to invest in. The one-year rendezvous of the Kansas City Chiefs has created a selling window with pockets of hype that still exist despite the team drafting Skyy Moore.Look for and tapped into these pockets of bred truer.I’ll be looking for a pick A new rookie late in the first round of 2023 even if I had to add something to Smith Schuster like a throw-in player or the third-round rookie pick (2023).”
Derek Brown (FantasyPros)

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