2020 NFL Draft Guide: Trade Value is Relative
James Grande explains how trade value in fantasy football is relative and what you need to know before crying collusion in your league.
Every fantasy sport and every fantasy league deals with trades. Every league has a guy or girl that doesn’t trade at all. We all know the person that sends 10 trades a day even after you reject the first nine offers. There are plenty of 3-for-1 guys to boot. That being said the value of trades matter. Make trades matter again. Kidding. Not going there. But they do matter and the value of them matters even more. What you get out of a deal might look weird on paper to some people, but it should be dependent on your necessity and what you can do to your other league mates.
You just finished your draft and realized you’re lacking at wide receiver. Your friend -- because this is a home league -- notices that and sends you a trade that seems completely outlandish, but you improved at a position you were weak at. Same situation, you just finished your draft in your home league and you get a notification for a trade. It’s a 3-for-1 and the first thing that comes to mind is the Nick...