6 Dynasty Players to Buy Low and Sell High (2023 Fantasy Football)

Welcome to another installment of our Featured Pros series here at FantasyPros.com. This time we’re focusing on a group of players worth considering in dynasty trades.

Our collection of fantasy experts have combed stats, analyzed performance trends and found a few targets to buy and sell as the 2023 season quickly approaches.

Pros Featured: NFL Dynasty Buy Low/Sell High

Which player are you buying now in dynasty leagues and why? And what are you willing to give up to get him?

Skyy Moore (WR – KC)

“Skyy Moore – The Chiefs have so far made very few additions to a wide receiver room that looked thin in 2022 and have since lost JuJu Smith-Schuster. Skyy Moore looks like a suitable candidate to pick up some of the slot receiver snaps, is back in Smith-Schuster’s wake, having spent 47.9% of his snaps there in 2022, and the Chiefs would welcome a jump in second-year production from him.. For a pair of third-round picks, Skyy Moore has the chance to to increase dramatically in value in the next year.”
Tom Strachan (NFL best ball)

DJ Moore (WR – CHI)

“Dj Moore has carried a Gucci price tag for the past few years, but he’s become more affordable due to skepticism about the strength of the Chicago passing game. Consider this a golden opportunity to acquire an extraordinarily talented receiver who is just entering the prime of his career. Yes, the Bears were the run-heavy team in the league last year, running just 43.8% of their offensive plays. But Chicago had a thin group of pass catchers and an offensive line that couldn’t be relied on to create a stable pocket for young QB Justin Fields. Moore brings instant credibility to the Bears’ pass-catching group, and the offensive line has been upgraded. Fields is no Patrick Mahomes as a passer, but his work at Ohio State is compelling, and he averaged a respectable 7.1 yards per carry. pass attempts last season, putting him ahead of Trevor Lawrence and Derek Carr in that category. Moore, who recently turned 26, has already turned in three 1,100-yard seasons despite working with nine different quarterbacks during his time in Carolina. More has reliable hands, and there are few receivers in the league more dangerous after the catch. I’d be willing to trade a high-volume RB like Nick Chubb or Derrick Henry to get Moore on my dynasty team.”
Pat Fitzmaurice (FantasyPros)

Rachaad White (RB – TB)

“I’m buying Rachaad White because he’s so underrated. His rookie season saw him flash his legitimate 3-down back skills in the Buccaneers’ offense. Despite working in a timeshare with Leonard Fournette, White was able to averaged 11 fantasy points per game (RB26) and functioned as 1A back in the second half of the season despite averaging just four yards per carry.More importantly, he showed prowess as a receiver with 50 receptions (11th among all RB ‘s), helping him solidify his role as the team’s RB1 for the upcoming 2023 season. While there may be some concern about the overall state of the Tampa Bay offense, White’s receiving abilities and potential for an increased workload make him a player to target in Dynasty before the start of his sophomore season. Feel free to send D’Andre Swift, Dameon Pierce, Rashod Bateman or Kadarius Toney for White”
Andrew Erickson (FantasyPros)

Which player are you selling now in dynasty leagues and why? And what kind of return are you looking for?

James Cook (RB – BUF)

“James Cook – The Bills haven’t done anything to show us they believe Cook can turn into the kind of player we want for fantasy purposes. After adding Damien Harris and Latavius ​​Murray, it seems clear the volume will be spread around, and while Cook is an electric prospect, trying to decide when to start him in managed leagues could be a nightmare . If you’re able to flip James Cook for a high second-round pick, that’s a deal worth considering.”
Tom Strachan (NFL best ball)

D’Andre Swift (RB – PHI)

“If anyone in your league believes D’Andre Swift is finally going to be a star now that he’s with the Eagles, take the chance to cash in while Swift is still valued fairly high. Swift is a bad inside linebacker, which is among the reasons the Lions grew unhappy with him after three seasons. The majority of Swift’s fantasy value is derived from his ability to catch passes. Swift had 46, 62 and 48 receptions in his three years in Detroit. He has averaged 5.5 targets per game over the last two years. The Eagles gave their running backs a league-low 61 targets last season. With a mobile QB in Jalen Hurts and a great set of pass catchers in AJ Brown , DeVonta Smith and Dallas Goedert, there likely won’t be a dramatic increase in RB targets for the Eagles. Swift will likely fall into a value-killing committee with Rashaad Penny and Kenneth Gainwell. This is a good time to trade Swift , and you can probably trade him for a good young receiver like Brandon Aiyuk or Jahan Dotson.”
Pat Fitzmaurice (FantasyPros)

Michael Pittman Jr. (WR – IN)

“If you’re conflicted, I’d highly recommend selling stock in Michael Pittman Jr. His situation is not ideal with a rookie QB in a run-heavy offense. Even as the clear alpha on offense. It’s unfortunate for his financial gains in that real life as he is slated to hit free agency in 2024, as it will be difficult for him to increase his free agent stock, however, this also means that his situation could change drastically in the future, making him a player I’d buy low on a rebuilding team or midway through 2023. The talent is there for the 25-year-old – elite 27% target share in 2022 – but I can’t imagine a scenario where he returns anything but WR3 fantasy value in 2023 alone. If I could get Jameson Williams, Jerry Jeudy, Brandon Aiyuk, a 2023 first-round rookie WR or 2024 1st, I would easily commit.”
Andrew Erickson (FantasyPros)

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