Time to trade for Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown
Welcome to the Week 4 edition of the 2015 fantasy football trade value chart, which can help you strike a trade if you’re looking to improve your team and maximize value. Skip to the bottom if you just want to browse the chart, but keep reading if you want help making sense of it all.
We also have an updated Fantasy 124, the fantasy football stock market index showing the value of the (roughly) 124 most valuable fantasy football players on a weekly basis. The index — and the trade value charts — rely on PFF Fantasy’s Rest-of-Season projections from Mike Clay. The dollar amounts assume a 12-team league with a $200 cap and a starting lineup of 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, and 1 Flex. There are two charts — one for standard leagues and one for points-per-reception (PPR) leagues.
The purpose of the Fantasy 124 is to show risers and fallers at a macro-level. As you can see below, quarterbacks and running backs rose in value while wideouts and tight ends fell.
And new this week — at your request — is an additional column in the trade value charts that shows how much each player’s value has changed week-over-week. Antonio Brown’s value decreased the most from Week 3 to Week 4 as a result of Ben Roethlisberger’s injury.