After eight weeks of the NFL season, we have seen some exciting performances! There have been some unfortunate injuries (Justin Jefferson, De'Von Achane, Justin Fields), breakout performances (Jahmyr Gibbs), and massive letdowns (The New York Giants). In this edition of 2023 Dynasty Football Week 10 Buy Low-Sell High, we will see some more names that should either be bought at a discount, or sold at their apex point.
This is usually the point in the season when you can see if you are a contender or not in a Dynasty Fantasy Football league. Do you have a chance to make some noise in the playoffs? Or are you better off selling off pieces for picks and young players?
Only you can answer those questions for your team, but either way, with the 2023 Dynasty Football Week 10 Buy Low-Sell High we have the right guys for either answer.
2023 Dynasty Football Week 10 Buy Low-Sell High
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Buy Low Candidates
Jared Goff, QB, Detroit Lions
#Lions QB Jared Goff says he feels like the Carolina game was maybe a complete game, but other than that, he doesn’t feel like the team has really had one this season. “No reason to not start this week and try to put together a complete game this week as well,” he said. pic.twitter.com/FXTmnc6jBH
— Eric Woodyard (@E_Woodyard) November 7, 2023
The Lions may be on a roll, but Jared Goff has been quite underwhelming in fantasy over the past couple of games. With less than 20 combined Fantasy Points over the last couple weeks, Goff has been abysmal.
However, brighter days are ahead, with softer matchups against the Chargers and Bears looming. Goff has been reliable up until this recent spell, so now is a good time to snag him while his value is at its lowest.
D.K. Metcalf, WR, Seattle Seahawks
Metcalf has been a victim of poor quarterback play, as Geno Smith has regressed hard after his breakout season in 2022. I am banking on some offensive changes being made in the offseason which should benefit Seattle, namely on the offensive line and potentially behind center.
Metcalf is a good buy for the 2024 season, where a return to WR1 status is not impossible. The cost won't be too high considering the numbers he has put up this year. A mid- to late-first rounder should be the highest his price is as of now.
D'Andre Swift, RB, Philadelphia Eagles
This was ALL D’Andre Swift. Creating something out of nothing.
97 gets immediate penetration in the backfield but Swift is able to make him miss and get to the outside. Then he keeps his balance and forces the missed tackle on 6.
Plays like this are why he’s the Eagles’ RB1. pic.twitter.com/yXLymTb8eu
— Charles “Chux” Maranan (@ChuxMaranan) November 7, 2023
Swift has been fantastic this year for the Eagles, running to several RB1 finishes over the first half of the season. While this is great for the here and now, his future prospects are somewhat bleak. Swift's contract is up at the end of the year. The running back market is notoriously weak, and Philly has shown the ability to have a good back by committee system.
Swift is a luxury, one that can be afforded to let go at season's end. Cash out now, or at least soon, before he ends up on another team with a bad offensive line and regresses.
Joe Mixon, RB, Cincinnati Bengals
Mixon has had back-to-back productive weeks, scoring touchdowns in each contest. His production is a welcome sight for fantasy owners, but there are worrying signs as well.
He finally reached the end zone Sunday Night. However, he averaged less than three yards per carry. Mixon was only being kept afloat by some checkdowns. Mixon is reaching the age where backs start to wear down a bit, and his contract runs out after next year. You can still extract some quality value for Mixon, and now is the best time to do so.
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