Fantasy Trade Value Chart — Week 16
The vast majority of fantasy leagues are in their championship week this week, so its unlikely much trading is taking place. So instead of naming “buy low” or “sell high” candidates this week as usual, I’ll point out a few players that quickly rose up the chart this season.
The Fantasy 124 reached a new season low in Week 16, bottoming out at 911.75, down over 50 points from Week 15, or 5.57 percent. The index has seen a stark drop two weeks in a row.
Quarterbacks were the only position to see their fantasy trade value collectively rise this week, as it increased 5.78 percent. Running backs (down 4.55 percent), wide receivers (down 5.38 percent) and tight ends (down 27 percent) all dropped in trade value — dragging the entire index down with them.