In the world of fantasy football, success often hinges on making shrewd player decisions. One strategy that can separate the savvy managers from the rest is the concept of "sell high" options. Selling high in fantasy football involves trading or transferring players whose current performance has exceeded expectations, capitalizing on their peak value. This strategic move allows fantasy managers to optimize their roster's potential and secure valuable assets for the long term, ultimately enhancing their chances of championship glory.
Top 5 Sell High Options
Mike Evans (WR/TB): After 2 weeks of great production against the easiest defenses he's going to face all season. Evans fantasy output is going to take a tole and you should sell high while you can.
Drake London (WR/ATL): London has impressive numbers over the last 2 weeks especially while being in Atlanta. But Atlanta is a run first offense and London's consistency is going be affected because of that.
D'andre Swift (RB/PHI): Swift proved himself as a great RB1 against Minnesota but with Kenneth Gainwell coming back week 3, Philly is going to go back to a committee and Swifts touches and snaps will decrease.
Christian Kirk (WR/JAX): As much of a fan I am of Christian Kirk, his consistency is going to suffer due to competition in the WR room and I would sell high after his performance in week 2.
Mike Williams (WR/LAC): Williams had a good week 2 but it is known that while Austin Ekeler is out, Williams excels. With Ekeler most likely coming back next week, William's won't get as many touchdown looks or targets.