NFL Trading Value Chart – Week Three Fantasy Football (2022)

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I used a file Excel Tool for Value-Based Drafting To generate the initial values ​​for this chart. The tool uses a file FantasyPros consensus forecast to set the values Based on 12 teams, the complete PPR League.

At the start of the season, I can calculate trade values ​​the same way I used to set auction prices. The values ​​in the graph do not completely correlate with the auction prices. I made minor changes based on my FantasyPros ECR, results from weeks 1 and 2, The remaining season rankings of the wolf, and my forecast analysis of Imagination Points (available every Wednesday). But for the most part, the values ​​below should closely reflect consensus expectations.

Even if you play in a snake draft league, using auction values ​​as an initial baseline results in more accurate trading values ​​during the season. Fantasy war Jeff Henderson It is a great metric that can also be useful to take into account when negotiating trades.

In the coming weeks, I will be detailing more highs and lows in the value of the trade. For more information on how to make successful deals, check out My Strategies for Negotiating Deals.

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