2023 Dynasty Football Week 4 Buy Low-Sell High

by Charles Vakassian
2023 Dynasty Football Week 4 Buy Low-Sell High

Three weeks of the NFL season are officially in the books and we are back with the 2023 Dynasty Football Week 4 Buy Low-Sell High article!

While most NFL teams may have their rosters set, your Fantasy Football teams may still need tinkering. There are some players worth taking a flier on this season. Some could end up being league winners. Others are simply worth stashing until better opportunities come along.

By that same token, certain skill players should be sold while they maintain value. This article will look at a couple of names on each side of the coin, and tell you to either buy low or sell high!

You can check out our Dynasty Rankings and our Dynasty Trade Chart for more ways to evaluate your players.

2023 Dynasty Football Week 4 Buy Low-Sell High

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Buy Low Candidates

Zach Charbonnet, RB, Seattle Seahawks

Kenneth Walker may be the lead back in Seattle, but Charbonnet was drafted in the early second round of the NFL Draft for a reason. He is beginning to show his diverse skill set more and more each game. With an increasing snap count per game, he is due to have some solid fantasy games in the near future.

Pete Carroll likes to run his offense around the ground game, so two backs can see success. Charbs has been playing well, just not "fantasy numbers" well. This is a good time to buy on the dip with owners who may be worried Charbonnet is just a backup.

Mac Jones, QB, New England Patriots

Since coming to New England a few years ago, Jones has been a subpar passer for the most part, thanks to poor offensive coaching (Joe Judge and Matt Patricia). Bill Belichek finally made a change, bringing back Bill O'Brien to run the offense.

With O'Brien at the helm, the Patriots and Jones are passing the ball more than ever before. Jones will never be a gun-slinging QB1 in Fantasy Football, but he is doing enough to be worthy of a solid QB2. This is a smart buy low, nothing too crazy, but it helps the floor of your team. Owners may be more willing to sell after a subpar performance against the Jets in Week 3, so take advantage.

Sell Highs

Courtland Sutton, WR, Denver Broncos

Sutton may have had a productive day, but don't let the numbers fool you. Sure, he caught eight passes for 91 yards and a score. He also lost two fumbles, both leading to Miami points in their 70-20 beatdown of the Broncos. The Broncos coaching staff cannot be happy with that type of ball security.

With Jerry Jeudy looking like his former self, and Marvin Mims continuing to ball out, it would not be surprising to see Sutton slightly phased out of the gameplan. Sutton is also the veteran of the WR corps at age 28, so it would not shock anyone to see Denver get a look at their younger weapons to see what they have in what could be a lost season.

Adam Thielen, WR, Carolina Panthers

Make that back-to-back weeks with a touchdown for Thielen! An 11-catch, 145-yard performance was reminiscent of his heyday with Minnesota. While there may be some more performances like this sprinkled in this year, the reality is that Thielen is 33 years old. We saw his age catch up with him with the Vikings last year. He has a rookie quarterback going through some growing pains.

You don't want to be the one holding the hot potato when the song ends. Thielen can net you a second-round draft pick or more as of now, and I doubt his value will get any higher than that.

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