Friday, November 18, 2016

Ask the Expert Question of the Week: Nominate one modestly regarded player to trade for who could be big the rest of the way and say why?

Trade deadlines are upon us in many fantasy leagues. Nominate one modestly regarded player (we'd all like to add Ezekiel Elliott) you think fantasy teams should try and trade for who could be big the rest of the way, and say why.

I will give you a few: James Starks GB RB and Cameron Meredith CHI WR. Arguments can be made on whether they are modestly regarded at the moment. But both have great potential. Meredith should benefit from Alshon Jeffries four game suspension-last weeks fluky stat line was just that. Starks is healthy and the only RB left in GB. Throw in Davante Adams but I doubt he is modestly regarded. One more would be Eli Rodgers PIT WR who stands to gain from the Steelers WR injuries.

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