How to Use a Dynasty Trade Value Chart to Maximize Your Profits
A dynasty trade value chart will show you how valuable your entire roster is. You can use it to compare the value of younger players with the value of grizzled veterans. These charts can be helpful in making the most of your roster and maximizing your profits. In a dynasty league, you want to get as much bang for your buck as possible.
Jonathan Taylor is ranked at the top of the dynasty trade value chart
Jonathan Taylor is one of the most valuable assets in dynasty leagues entering the 2022 season. After finishing as the RB8 in 2020, Taylor has already displayed the potential of an elite RB1 this season. He is just 23 years old, which makes him a very good value pick in dynasty leagues. In addition, his rookie year production was excellent, averaging 17 PPR fantasy points per game.
Jonathan Taylor has proven his worth in Week 1 and Week 2 but has been hampered by the offense surrounding him. Tampa Bay Buccaneers starter Leonard Fournette and Pittsburgh Steelers star Najee Harris saw plenty of volume. In addition, Aaron Rodgers has yet to find a wide receiver that he feels comfortable trusting.
Justin Jefferson is second
With the emergence of young WRs in the NFL, it makes sense that Justin Jefferson would be a high target for a trade. The consensus has Jefferson as one of the top five WRs in the league. However, his value will likely continue to diminish as he approaches his prime. The problem with young breakout WRs is that they usually don’t live up to the hype they generated during their breakout year.
The Minnesota Vikings are starting a new coaching staff and playbook and have a new look to their offense. While many of their top offensive players missed the preseason, they’re expected to be healthy for their season opener. The Vikings open against a talented Green Bay defense, led by OLB Rashan Gary, and have trips to Philadelphia and New Orleans.
Dalvin Cook is undervalued in dynasty leagues
The Texans’ Brandin Cook is a huge sleeper in most dynasty leagues, but he is also underrated by the fantasy community. After all, Cook hasn’t regressed since joining the league, but his usage has been below expectations. Cook has a history of injuries, but he enters the fall in an ideal position for workhorse volume. In three seasons, Cook has hit the 18-touch mark 30 times.
Cook was one of the most exciting rookie classes last year, but his checkered past and shoulder injuries have kept him from getting top-five draft spots. His poor performance at the NFL combine also lowered his value. However, this offseason, the Vikings’ new head coach is a big upgrade for the team.
Mike Evans is undervalued in dynasty leagues
Mike Evans is undervalued in dyna-leagues, and his value is likely to continue to decrease over the next few seasons. Evans will be 28 in 2021, and it should be expected that his scoring output will start to decelerate right away. His target share could drop to 25% or lower, and he could never get close to the 25 targets that Brady threw to him in his prime. In addition, Tampa Bay will likely have to re-set the position when Tom Brady moves on.
While his fantasy impact dwindled last season after Tom Brady announced his retirement, Evans should rebound to be a top-10 wide receiver in the league. Despite the fact that he will be entering his late 30s, Evans has been consistently healthy, which should help him stay at the top of the scoring charts.