2023 Dynasty Football Week 11 Buy Low-Sell High

by Charles Vakassian
2021 Fantasy Football Week 10 Trade Targets

After ten weeks of the NFL season, we have seen some exciting performances! There have been some unfortunate injuries (Justin JeffersonDe'Von AchaneJustin Fields), breakout performances (Jahmyr Gibbs), and massive letdowns (The New York Giants). In this edition of 2023 Dynasty Football Week 11 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 11 Buy Low-Sell High we have the right guys for either answer.

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2023 Dynasty Football Week 11 Buy Low-Sell High

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Buy Low Candidates

Puka Nacua, WR, Los Angeles Rams

I one hundred percent misread the Puka Nacua situation back at the beginning of the season. He has been amazing for most of the season until Matthew Stafford went down with an injury. With Brett Rypien under center, the entire Rams receiving corps has suffered.

This is the time to cash in on the low point. Stafford will return sooner rather than later, and Carson Wentz was just signed as well. Wentz is a massive upgrade over Rypien, and when Stafford returns Nacua will be a low-end WR1 at minimum.

Marquise Brown, WR, Arizona Cardinals

The return of Kyler Murray to the Arizona offense is a godsend for the weapons in said offense. Brown is one who should be able to benefit. The Cardinals have been quite vocal about not trading him and wanting to keep him long-term.

Arizona has some matchups with weaker secondary's coming up, and with Murray getting back into action, Brown will be the one who reaps the rewards.

Sell Highs

George Kittle, TE, San Francisco 49ers

Kittle had a fantastic game last Sunday, catching three passes for 116 yards and a touchdown. While this was a welcome sight for his fantasy managers, now is the time to capitalize on it.

Kittle is still behind CMC, Deebo, and Aiyuk on the target tree. Games where he takes a catch and houses it 60 yards don't come around too often. Selling high is the name of the game here, and Kittle can fetch a solid return.

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Gus Edwards, RB, Baltimore Ravens

The Keaton Mitchell train is leaving the station. Mitchell outproduced Edwards despite getting less than half the amount of snaps.

Edwards is still going to get his touches, but with Lamar Jackson running the ball too, opportunities are becoming limited. In a committee backfield, now is the time to sell on Edwards after another game where he reached the end zone.


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