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These are our Top 7 Fantasy Football Trade Tips to help you achieve the ultimate goal of winning the Fantasy Football Super Bowl!
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Trading in fantasy football is unlike any other aspect because you are dealing with another opponent (a person). You have several choices on who to draft, who to pickup off the waiver wire and nobody can stop you from getting the players that are available. In a trade, your opponent and league mates' decisions is the only factor that decides if that trade is going to get accepted and processed, or if that trade is going to get declined and vetoed.
We did our best to make sure these trade tips and strategies covered all basis of trading, including trade etiquette and making sure you are the winner once the trade is processed.
The 7 fantasy football trade tips covered in this video:
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0:42 1)Study your opponents' teams. Identify their weaknesses and strengths.
1:10 2)Know your needs and strengths. Only focus on teams that have what you want and vice versa.
1:44 3)Always try to buy low/sell high!
2:23 4)Don't propose too many lopsided, suspicious trades or nobody will trade with you.
3:02 5)Look at the upcoming schedule of all the players involved in the trade.
3:27 6)Try not to give the top teams more firepower--they just might beat you down the road.
4:09 7)Don't get too cute when trading. Trying to trade half your team all at once or involving kickers/defenses will look suspicious and might cause your trade to get declined or vetoed.
Kareem Motherfuckin' Hunt anyone???
Trade your bench/fringe starters for real starters. That's all
I'm new to fantasy and sum of my players are locked. What do I do?
Okay, I don't think you mentioned this, but what I absolutely despise are the idiots who try to rip you off. Such as trade you Zach Ertz for Jordan Reed, or Alex Smith for Tom Brady (shut the fuck up about last night's game. don't even say it!)
But for real, what's up with those people? Because I know I get at least 1 in every league, every single year. And I have 15 teams this year.
I offered someone Davonta Freeman for LeSean McCoy. A pretty even trade, right? Some people like McCoy better, some like Freeman better.
So the guy rejects it and attempts to counter offer me Mark Ingram and Larry Fitz for Freeman and Jordy Nelson. Like, who tf does this guy think he is? Was he actually hoping I'd accept it?? Actually, I didn't reject it yet, I wanna keep him hanging.
I understand that it's not easy to let go of any of your studs, especially before the season officially begins. And that it's tempting to try to offer someone the "lowest" player for someone 10x better. But come on! Some of these trades are way too extreme.
But, I suppose there's a few idiots out there who'd accept them. Maybe I'll give it a try.....
Kenny Golloday for Kareem Hunt! What'd ya say?
Dis someone say "Hussein the Brain"?
Hahaha!! Love that fucked up nickname!!!