2023 Dynasty Football Week 17 Buy Low-Sell High

by Charles Vakassian
2023 Dynasty Football Week 17 Buy Low-Sell High

After 16 weeks of the NFL season, we have seen some exciting performances! There have been some unfortunate injuries (Kirk CousinsChristian WatsonJustin Herbert), breakout performances (Jahmyr Gibbs), and massive letdowns. In the 2023 Dynasty Football Week 17 Buy Low-Sell High, we will see some more names that should either be bought at a discount, or sold at their apex point.

We have now reached the finale of your fantasy football leagues. In some cases, trades are prohibited, but that doesn't mean you can't plan for the future. When you evaluate your trades, you need to ask if you're competing, should you sacrifice some picks for win-now veterans? Is it time to throw in the towel and retool? Or is it time for a full-blown rebuild?

Only you can answer those questions for your team, but either way, with the 2023 Dynasty Football Week 17 Buy Low-Sell High we have the right guys for either answer.

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2023 Dynasty Football Week 17 Buy Low-Sell High

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Buy Low Candidates

Jalin Hyatt, WR, New York Giants

The Giants' third-round pick in this past year's draft, Hyatt has shown flashes of serious potential. A five-catch, 109-yard effort against New England showcased his deep play and YAC ability. The problem this year has been poor QB play across the board. A mix of Daniel Jones, Tyrod Taylor, and Tommy Devito has been underwhelming to say the least.

An offense based on quick game doesn't do a deep-threat receiver much good.  The Giants are expected to make an upgrade at the QB position in the offseason, which should help Hyatt realize his potential.

Kyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals

Since returning from his injury, Murray has been more subpar than a superstar.

The Cardinals will likely end up with a top three draft selection. It would make more sense to build around him considering the needs of the rest of the roster. Arizona has the draft assets to build around Kyler after they traded their top pick to Houston last year.

Murray is still an elite dual-threat QB who is improving slowly from week to week. His trade value also wouldn't be super high coming off an injury with minimal production. Arizona is better off building around him, as they need offensive line and wide receiver help.

Sell High Candidates

James Conner, RB, Arizona Cardinals

Conner has been productive recently for the Cardinals, but the aging curve and injuries are catching up with him. His inability to stay healthy, along with a Cardinals team looking for youth, could lead to a parting of ways.

With Conner being productive during the fantasy playoffs, this opens a sell high window for teams looking to retool or rebuild. Best to move on while you still can. Not every RB can be Derrick Henry.

Cooper Kupp, WR, Los Angeles Rams

This one feels strange to write, yet rings true all the same. Kupp has been overshadowed by the emergence of rookie sensation Puka Nacua this year, and has still performed at a WR1 level when healthy.

He may not be what he was at the height of his dynasty value, but you will have no shortage of suitors if you were to place Kupp on the block. He is approaching his age 31 season, and you never know when Father Time will come calling.

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