It’s never too early to make adjustments to your fantasy football list. You don’t need to do anything drastic, like losing your third-round pick or making a big trade, but improving around margins and focusing on trends that could lead to future value is how smart homeowners are. build winning teams. As such, constantly scouring your list (and other listings) for low-buy, high-sell candidates is a must (and a good distraction when supposed to work). Yes in reality to have to work when you’re supposed to work, Mike Prosli of Fantasy Pros ’Mike Tagliere can help with his list of potential business candidates heading into Week 2
Because many homeowners hesitate to make moves at the beginning of the season, the list below is not necessarily intended to provoke an immediate response; rather, it is a guide to the statistics and trends to follow with the players mentioned below. If Darren Waller has another high-end, mid-production game, this is actually a positive if you’re thinking about buying it in the future. If Chris Carson sees limited portions again, then there’s even more reason to be worried about him even if he scores back. You have the idea.
Values can change rapidly in fantasy football, so don’t marry too much with a commercial target. Change your mindset as trends change, but don’t be afraid to hit if you have a good offer on the table. – Matt Lutovsky
Watch Football Stock Fantasy: Candidates at low pressure
DJ Chark (WR – JAC)
How many games do you think the Jaguars will win this year? I thought it was a low number. Take advantage of the fact that Jacksonville has won one game and pitched 20 times. I predict that they won’t try less than 30 passes the rest of the season. Don’t let the three-pronged game of Chark scare you. Buy while its cost is suppressed.
Darren Waller (TE – LV)
I didn’t have a massive Week 1, but the thing we were worried about (goals) was perfectly fine. He saw eight massive goals in a game Derek Carr threw the ball just 30 times, well for a target share of 26.7%. It’s a better part than most wider receivers. By the way, you shoot goals, and Waller has to get the most out of it. It should be considered a top-five TE.
Zack Moss (RB – BUF)
Moss didn’t have a very productive game on the ground in Week 1, so you may be able to get it at the price. Sure, he scored a touchdown, but that’s not why he acquired it. In his first NFL game, he totaled 12 touchdowns compared to 14 touchdowns for Devin Singletary. Knowing that Moss is expected to achieve a goal line could actually bring more value to Singletary.
Parris Campbell (WR – IND)
We knew Campbell would play a major role in this offense, and it was clear in the first game that he was a favorite of new quarterback Philip Rivers. Many remember that Campbell was a second-round pick only a year ago by this staff, but was withheld due to injuries during his rookie season. You have to buy based on the fact that he had nine goals in his first game, which tied TY Hilton for the most in the team.
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Watch Football Stock Fantasy: High Selling Candidates
Chris Carson (RB – SEA)
Carson’s final score looked fantastic in Week 1, but it’s worth noting that Carlos Hyde took it and scored the usual touchdown press for the Seahawks. Russell Wilson has never been one to hit his current shoulder a ton, so Week 1 was probably a fortune when it came to Carson’s massive production in the air. It’s also likely to be a solid RB2, but someone may be willing to pay last year’s RB1 prices for it in a trade.
Josh Allen (QB – BUF)
We’ve seen Allen’s great performances before, but the truth be told, he put QB1-type numbers in just 43.8 percent of his games last year. He presents a solid plan every week because of his mobility, but someone will definitely appreciate his great Week 1 performance and will be willing to pay more.
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Watch Fantasy Stock Football: Players to Hold
Hayden Hurst (TE – ATL)
Have you seen the Falcons box sign for Week 1? Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley and Russell Gage each saw 12 targets, caught nine balls, and finished with at least 114 yards. Hurst has seen five targets, which isn’t horrible, but you get it based on the fact that Gage won’t look close to that target share going forward. Those targets in the middle will be a little more uniformly scattered as Matt Ryan and Hurst develop chemistry … at least we think they will.
Carson Wentz (QB – PHI)
It’s been a strange week for the Eagles offense which has dealt several injuries all week, those that have probably changed the whole game plan. The Washington front of seven brought pressure and Wentz paid the price. It will still be a sturdy QB1 this season, so don’t panic alone.
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