July is one of the calmest months on the dynasty calendar. Most rookie drafts have been completed and the volume of important news slows considerably. However, it is still important to try to fully digest the rookie buzz from OTAs, adjust valuations on players impacted by recent news, analyze which older veterans should be traded at a premium in this window, and decide which camp battles to focus extra attention on for purposes of finding waiver wire gems.
The July dynasty trade value chart will focus on each of these four areas. Below the positional dynasty trade value charts you will find breakdowns of players in the following categories:
2. Rookies with Early Buzz. While we don’t want to go overboard with hot takes based upon OTA reports, there can also be a danger of not adjusting quickly enough to new information regarding positive or negative feedback from early camp performances. We will focus on rookies like Lamar Jackson, Nyheim Hines, Derrius Guice, James Washington, and Jordan Akins.
3. Veteran Trade Targets. The buildup to the start of the regular season is one of the two windows when the value of veteran players is at its peak (mid-season near the trade deadline is the other). As such, it is worth considering whether it is time to move players like Tom Brady, Devonta Freeman, Larry Fitzgerald, and Greg Olsen.
4. Waiver Wire Watch List. Staying on top of waivers can feel impossible with news coming out daily from all 32 teams during training camp. A useful method to separate the signal through the noise is to focus your attention on the news seeping out on just a few team-specific position groups that are most likely to produce a fantasy-relevant option. We will discuss the specific competitions to watch most closely as camps open later this month.
The dynasty trade value chart is tailored specifically to a 12-team PPR league that starts one quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, one tight end and a flex. It is meant to serve primarily as a guide for trades but is also a great resource during startup drafts. If the players and picks on each side of the trade offer add up to approximately the same number, the trade should be considered even. If you receive a trade offer that sends you players with a higher total number value than the players you are giving up, it is a trade offer worth strongly considering.
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