Trade Wins – Dynasty Targets Pt. 2

In part 2 of a 4-part series, Ryan McKee looks at which impending FAs might be better off staying put, and which key offensive linemen are hitting the open market.

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Trade Wins – Dynasty Targets Pt. 2


Mark-Sanchez-Eagles.trade.finalWith any eye on dynasty leagues, last week we looked at some big name free agents potentially hitting the open market as well as mid-tier players that could use a change of scenery. This week, I’d like to focus on a few other key categories: player that have it good where they are and key offensive lineman.

GRASS ISN’T ALWAYS GREENER

Mark Sanchez
Since Nick Foles went down with a fractured collarbone in week 9, Mark Sanchez has assumed the conch in Chip Kelly’s offense. Since then, he’s scored more than every QB in fantasy not named Peyton Manning or Russell Wilson. And while his 8/6 TD/INT ratio isn’t anything to get too excited over, his 1400 yards on passing is second only to Manning and a 66% completion percentage is more than acceptable. What is interesting is that average depth of target sits 19th, suggesting that they’re keeping things simple for Sanchez – short throws to LeSean McCoy and Jordan Matthews who have seen their touches skyrocket with Sanchez at the helm.

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