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Fantasy football trade value - Time to go get Stefon Diggs?


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Summary

Some of these recommendations are players who have upcoming byes, which might make it easier to trade for them.Please continue to leverage Field Yates' Waiver Wire column and my Streamers column for lineup options you can consider each week as bye weeks come up.Stefon Diggs, WR, Buffalo BillsSo far this season Diggs hasn't had the fantasy production to justify his first-round ADP, but he has averaged 9.4 targets and 127.2 air yards per game. As a reminder, Diggs developed an immediate rapport with Josh Allen last season and averaged an impressive 20.5 fantasy points per game, including an astounding 32.1 per game during the fantasy playoffs (Weeks 14-16). Moore has averaged 10 targets, 88 receiving yards and 19.7 points per game through Week 5, and that comes even after Sam Darnold was constantly under pressure last week against Philadelphia. Lots of excellent matchups in that bunch!Darrell Henderson Jr., RB, Los Angeles RamsHenderson has delivered so far this season and with each game continues to earn more trust from head coach Sean McVay. He's averaged 18.2 opportunities (rushing attempts plus targets), 96 total yards and 16.6 points per game during the difficult part of their schedule. What makes Murray really attractive as a trade target is his schedule from Week 15-17 with matchups against the Lions, Colts and Cowboys.Rapid fire The Jaguars have centered their playcalling around Trevor Lawrence's strengths and Jacksonville has one of the easiest rest-of-season schedules; they face the Falcons, Titans and Texans from Week 15-17. Assuming Kittle returns in Week 9, the 49ers have one of the most tight end-friendly schedules for the rest of the season with games against the Cardinals, Jaguars, Vikings, Seahawks, Bengals, Falcons, Titans, Texans and Rams.

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