After five weeks of the NFL season, we have seen some exciting performances! From the rise of Devon Achane to the unfortunate injury to Justin Jefferson, the NFL to this point has had it all. In this edition of 2023 Dynasty Football Week 6 Buy Low-Sell High, we will see some more names who 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 6 Buy Low-Sell High we have the right guys for either answer.
2023 Dynasty Football Week 6 Buy Low-Sell High
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Buy Low Candidates
Tee Higgins, WR, Cincinnati Bengals
"I think it's just one (rib), so we will be alright." - Tee Higgins
— Marshall Kramsky (@marshallkramsky) October 2, 2023
Higgins missed Week 5 with a rib injury, so that's the bad news. The good news is that Joe Burrow looked like his old self, throwing for over 300 yards and three touchdowns. Higgins will step back into the lineup and take the targets that were going to Tyler Boyd and Trenton Irwin.
If the Bengals offense is going to return to its old form, Higgins will be a key component. He is an excellent buy low with his poor early performances and the injury. I would be comfortable coughing up a 2024 first-round pick and a lower tier WR to get Higgins on my team.
Tony Pollard, RB, Dallas Cowboys
Similar to the rest of the Dallas offense on Sunday night, Pollard was kept quiet. That makes two weeks in a row the star RB has been pedestrian for fantasy managers. The Cowboys were on each side of a blowout two weeks in a row, limiting the need for Pollard to see touches.
Dallas will have a much softer schedule coming up, facing the Chargers, Giants, and Panthers in the coming weeks. I would cough up a first and a young back (Roschon Johnson tier) for Pollard if I am in contention. He can win you the league with a few RB1 performances.
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Tennessee Titans
How you f—- catch a football.
— Matt Waldman (@MattWaldman) October 9, 2023
Hopkins finally had his first WR1 game for the Titans, catching eight balls for 140 yards. As a Hopkins owner, this was a welcome sign, but also potentially an outlier. The Colts secondary is well below average and surrenders big games to most top wide receiver options on opposing teams.
However, you may have league mates who think this is the return of prime DHop, and you can take advantage. Try your best to get a late first if possible, but settling for a second and a wide receiver flier (someone like Rashee Rice) certainly would not hurt.
Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, New England Patriots
This one is essentially a get-out-now type of sell. The value is not at an apex but will continue to depreciate. The Patriots offense is probably the worst in the NFL, along with the Giants and Jets. Not a great group to be lumped in with. This offensive ineptitude is hurting one of the few weapons on the team in Stevenson. New England's offensive line has regressed hard, and a past-his-prime Zeke Elliot is taking all the passing down work.
Stevenson is still a good back but is hurt by the situation and scheme. If you can get anything positive from him at all I would recommend cashing out while you still can.
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