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Week 4 Fantasy Football Trade Value Charts: Deebo Samuel The Perfect Buy-Low Candidate

Will Desvallees Sep 27th 2:14 PM EDT.

Heading into Week 4, WR Deebo Samuel is the ideal buy-low target on the Fantasy Football Trade Value Charts.

Likewise, QB Russell Wilson and RB Alvin Kamara have been off to slow starts this season and have seen their trade values drop substantially since Week 1. As a result, they too are excellent buy-low candidates in Week 4. On the other hand, WRs Amari Cooper and Christian Kirk have seen their trade values rise exponentially since the season began. While both receivers have surpassed expectations, their respective current trade values puts them ahead of receivers who were selected in the late first round or early second round. As a result, Kirk and Cooper are prime sell-high candidates as we head into Week 4. 

Let’s take a look at the best fantasy football trade targets to buy-low and sell-high in the aftermath of Week 3. 

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Week 4 Buy-Low Trade Targets

WR Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers (19.57)

Deebo Samuel has gotten some catches and some rushes for some solid yardage this season but has struggled to get in the end zone. This weekend, Deebo struggled rushing the football in the wake of Elijah Mitchell’s absence, only producing six yards on five carries. It didn’t help that offensive lineman Trent Williams also went down with an injury midway through the game. Still, Samuel did have five catches for 73 yards but once again failed to find pay dirt. Still, Samuel is the hottest weapon on the 49ers offense. Last season, Samuel led the league with 18.2 yards per catch for 1,405 receiving yards and six touchdowns. He also had 365 rushing yards for eight additional touchdowns in 2021. These are the stellar numbers Samuel will net fantasy owners who could take advantage of his low trade value this week after starting the season off relatively slow. At the moment, Deebo is worth less than 20 points in the Trade Value Charts. Amari Cooper (19.53) and Drake London (19.24) are just within range of Samuel’s current trade value which is simply not right. Hop on that right now. Even Christian Kirk, who has absolutely dominated since joining the Jacksonville Jaguars is ahead of Samul on the WR Trade Value Charts. If you can swing Kirk for Samuel, don’t hesitate to pull the trigger. 

QB Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos (13.35) 

Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos’ offense are off to a rough start this season. Wilson hasn’t been able to get the passing game going, perhaps because he is still lacking chemistry with his wideouts such as Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Suton. As a result of his disappointing fantasy production through the first few weeks of the season, Wilson’s trade value has dropped considerably. Still, Wilson and the Broncos should get going. There is simply no way that the QB continues to have touchdown-less games. The fact you could offer Derek Carr (15.13) in exchange for Wilson and make an offer where you would be on the losing side of the trade is unfathomable. 

WR Jerry Jeudy, Denver Broncos (13.37) 

Jerry Jeudy left the Broncos' Week 2 contest with banged up ribs. This began to bring Jeudy’s trade value down. In Week 1, the third-year wideout had a great game. He caught four passes for 102 yards and a touchdown. However, the Broncos’ offensive struggles have been showing in the first few weeks of the regular season from the quarterback right to his receivers. Over the last two weeks, Jeudy has combined for just three catches and 28 receiving yards. Granted, his rib injury has kept him from being at 100%. It’s difficult to picture Russell Wilson and the Broncos offense continuing to struggle as they have in the first three weeks of the regular season. Jeudy should be returning to full health in Week 4 as the Broncos take on the struggling Las Vegas Raiders. Denver will then face the Colts in Week 5 who have so far had a pretty unimpressive defense. Still, Jeudy’s lack of production over the last couple weeks has made his trade value drop considerably. He’s dropped -2.9 points in the Trade Value Charts over the last week and currently sits below Brandin Cooks (13.83) and Brandon Aiyuk (14.15). Right below Jeudy are JuJu Smith-Schuster (13.28) and Zay Jones (13.12). When the Broncos get their offense going this season (hopefully sooner rather than later), Jeudy will regain his role as one of the fastest down-the-field targets available to Wilson. Right now his trade value is the lowest its been all season, making Jeudy yet another WR to target in trades heading into Week 4.

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RB Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints (15.06)

The Saints’ star running back hasn't been healthy to start off the season. He has been dealing with an injury to his ribs which clearly showed in Week 1. Alvin Kamara then sat out of Week 2 but returned in Week 3. Kamara seemed to regain normal reps in Week 3. He had 15 carries (which demonstrates that he is more healthy) for 61 yards. He also had two catches for another 12 yards. It is noteworthy that Kamara was targeted seven times by Winston, but as a result of the Saints' abysmally weak offensive line, Winston threw the ball inaccurately on Sunday. It is true that Kamara has yet to get into the end zone this season, and has not produced as much as many would have expected. In most leagues, AK-41 was drafted in the late first round or the early second round. Even though the Drew Brees era is over, you have to think Kamara will turn it around as the season progresses.

Week 4 Sell-High Trade Targets

WR Christian Kirk, Jacksonville Jaguars (22.19)

The Jacksonville Jaguars are proving to everyone this season that they aren’t a joke. Trevor Lawrence has completed 69.4% of his passes for 772 yards and six touchdowns. WR Christian Kirk, who was acquired by Jacksonville from the Cardinals this offseason, has quickly become one of Lawrence’s favorite targets. In Week 1, Kirk had six catches for 117 yards. He then combined for 12 catches, 150 receiving yards, and three touchdowns over the last two games.

This has made his trade value skyrocket since the beginning of the season. At the moment, Kirk ranks ahead of A.J. Brown (21.78), CeeDee Lamb (19.94), and Deebo Samuel (19.57). While the Jaguars’ new receiver has been impressive this season, his trade value is at a season-high after being valued at approximately 13 points in the charts before Week 1. This week, you could trade Kirk away for some much more valuable wideouts who have started off their seasons somewhat slowly. Let fantasy owners panic about a guy like Deebo Samuel or A.J. Brown and try to trade Kirk away for one of them heading into Week 4. 

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WR Amari Cooper, Cleveland Browns (19.53)

In each of the first two weeks of the regular season, Amari Cooper produced an identical 101 receiving yards and a touchdown. He had a quiet Week 3 where he only caught three passes for 17 yards as the majority of Jacoby Brissett’s targets went to TE David Njoku who finished the game with nine catches for 89 yards and a touchdown. Nonetheless, Cooper’s surprisingly productive first two weeks of the regular season have made his trade value skyrocket since the season began. He is 0.04 points below Deebo Samuel (19.57) and is currently trading for more than Marquise Brown (19.49) and Terry McLaurin (19.13). Despite beginning the season with a trade value of approximately 11 points, Cooper is reaching 20 points in the charts and currently ranks ahead of many great pass-catchers. Similar to Kirk, you might consider taking advantage of Cooper’s inflated trade value at the moment to sell him off and acquire a better receiver who will consistently produce week in and week out.


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