The NFL trade deadline (Oct. 29) is fast approaching, as is the fantasy football trade deadline in most leagues (Nov. 9).
A couple of notable moves were made on Tuesday: one that sent wide receiver Mohamed Sanu to the Patriots, and another that sent WR Emmanuel Sanders to the 49ers. Both of these deals have big-time fantasy football implications, which is why you'll find Sanu and Sanders in this week's "buy low, sell high" list.
Here's the full list ahead of Week 8:
Le'Veon Bell, RB, New York Jets: Bell makes this list for the second straight week after a tough matchup vs. the Patriots on Monday Night Football. The schedule only gets easier for the Jets' star running back from here on out, so now is the time to snag him away while his value is at its lowest.
Tevin Coleman, RB, San Francisco 49ers: With fellow RB Matt Breida dealing with a concussion, Coleman's workload is set to increase until Breida is cleared to return. Even with Breida in the mix, Coleman is a viable RB2/flex option for the rest of the season and his price should be somewhat cheap.
Mohamed Sanu, WR, New England Patriots: Sanu was borderline waiver-wire fodder prior to being dealt to the Patriots on Tuesday. The ex-Falcons wideout's value undoubtedly increases with his move to New England, so see if you can get him before he becomes one of Tom Brady's favorite targets and his price gets even steeper.
Emmanuel Sanders, WR, San Francisco 49ers: Like Sanu, Sanders also saw his fantasy football value increase on Tuesday as he was traded from the Broncos to the 49ers. He becomes the unquestioned No. 1 wideout in San Francisco and can be had a nice price coming off his knee injury and a mediocre performance vs. Kansas City on Thursday.
Alshon Jeffery, WR, Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles are a mess, which means fantasy owners everywhere are wary of inserting Philly's players into their fantasy lineups. That shouldn't be the case with Jeffery, though. The veteran wideout had a disappointing showing vs. the Cowboys but otherwise has proven to be a great fantasy option when he's been able to take the field. Since the Jeffery owner in your league probably is disgusted with how the entire Philly offense looked on Sunday night, try to snag Wentz's primary target now.
Chase Edmonds, RB, Arizona Cardinals: Edmonds and his fantasy owners were the benefactors of Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury's bizarre decision to use David Johnson for the first play of the game and sit him for the remainder of the contest. Don't expect this to be a weekly occurrence, though, as Johnson should back soon enough. Even if he isn't, Arizona has been working out running backs who would eat into Edmonds' workload. After his huge fantasy week, now is the time to sell high on the 23-year-old.
Mark Ingram, RB, Baltimore Ravens: Ingram has a couple of huge fantasy performances on his résumé this season, and they overshadow what's been an otherwise mediocre year for the veteran running back. You should be able to trick some sucker in your league into thinking they're getting an RB1 and get a nice haul in return for Ingram, whose bye is this week.
Sony Michel, RB, New England Patriots: Michel's three touchdowns on Monday night should make his fantasy owners very happy. Not because it means he can be counted on to produce going forward, but because now they may be able to actually get something in return for the underperforming Patriots running back. If you didn't sell Michel a few weeks back when we told you to do so, now is the time.
Marvin Jones Jr., WR, Detroit Lions: Jones is a sell-high candidate for the same reason as Michel as the Lions wideout went off for four touchdowns on Sunday. Other than that anomaly of a performance, Jones has been nothing but a bye-week fill-in type of fantasy player. Capitalize on Jones' big day by dealing him for a reliable weekly option.
Patriots D/ST: Third straight week with the Patriots D on the list. They exploded for another huge performance against Sam Darnold and the Jets on Monday night, but a few tougher matchups lie ahead. Given the Pats D/ST's historic success this year, you should be able to get a great haul.
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