Fantasy Football Week 10 Trade Targets
Fantasy Football Week 10 Trade Targets
Welcome to our Fantasy Football Week 10 Trade Targets article. If you’re looking to gain an edge in your fantasy football league for Week 10, you’ve come to the right place. I’m Troy King, and today, we’re diving into some strategic trade talk. I’ll be sharing three players you should consider buying and one player you might want to consider selling. Let’s get right into it.
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Zack Moss (RB)
It’s always tough to part with players who’ve had a productive season, but sometimes, it’s the right move for your fantasy team. Zach Moss, while productive earlier in the season, may see a decrease in his workload. Jonathan Taylor appears to be emerging as the clear workhorse back for the Colts. In Week 9, Moss only had seven rushes for 26 yards. While it’s possible that this was a one-time occurrence, the trend suggests otherwise. Taylor’s increased workload could impact Moss’s fantasy production in the long run. Since Moss’s value is currently high due to his earlier performances, now might be the time to consider selling him to maximize your return.
Buy Low Targets
1. Taysom Hill (TE)
Taysom Hill has been a versatile force on the field, contributing as a runner, receiver, and passer, making him a valuable asset in fantasy football. In Week 9, he rushed for 40 yards on seven attempts and even scored a receiving touchdown. Over the last three weeks, he’s averaged an impressive 44 rushing yards, giving him a reliable floor. Despite being a tight end, Hill’s role as a playmaker is undeniable. So, if you’re looking for a dynamic player who can contribute in multiple ways, consider buying Hill now.
2. Gus Edwards (RB)
Gus Edwards has been a touchdown machine, finding the end zone seven times this season. He’s particularly excelled in the last two weeks with three touchdowns during that span. While his total yardage might not be eye-catching, his goal-line work is significant. The Ravens’ offense is firing on all cylinders, and Edwards is poised to continue his role as the go-to back in goal-line situations. Plus, his under-the-radar status might make it easier to acquire him from teams that haven’t fully bought into his potential. Edwards may not be a big pass-catcher, but his goal-line prowess more than makes up for it.
3. Cole Kmet (TE)
Cole Kmet has been building a strong connection with his quarterback, whether it’s Justin Fields or Andy Dalton. In Week 9, he scored two touchdowns on six receptions from eight targets, accumulating 55 yards. The previous week, he saw a whopping 10 targets and caught every single one of them for 79 yards. This uptick in usage suggests that Kmet is becoming a featured player in this offense. His role as the primary tight end is likely to continue, making this an opportune time to acquire him before his value climbs even higher. If you’re in need of a reliable tight end, consider making a move for Kmet.
In summary, Taysom Hill, Gus Edwards, and Cole Kmet are enticing buy-low options for Week 10. Hill’s versatility, Edwards’s knack for touchdowns, and KT’s increasing role in his team’s offense make them valuable additions to your fantasy roster.
On the flip side, if you own Zack Moss, it might be wise to explore trade opportunities before his value potentially diminishes further.
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