Posted by: Thunderbolt89 on Oct 27, 2011
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Hello Phinzmania, welcome to another edition of my fantasy football blog. Last week, I pieced together a trade value chart for quarterbacks. Originally there was a good description with the chart but somehow the blog didn't save right. It was brought to my attention the chart would require further explanation.
20 represents the highest value for the elite players at their position. 15 and up are the play-makers who should net good value. 10-15 are the decent players that still have some value. 5-9 are players who might be struggling a bit and still have some value. Below 5 are the players not worth trading for or players you should get at a bargain price. Now once I get the charts all together, you should be able to add up the numbers to see if you are getting fair value back in your trades. These are all based on the performance and fantasy numbers these players have produced thus far.
If a player was not listed either he didn't have enough points to be ranked or I have a typo. Hope the chart helps some people out. Any question or concerns please leave a comment. A WR one is coming soon too to go along with the QB and RB ones. Thank you for reading.