2023 Fantasy Football Week 10 Trade Targets

by Jason Weiss
2023 Fantasy Football Trade Targets

Welcome to our 2023 Fantasy Football Week 10 Trade Targets article.

You have another few weeks before your trade deadline. It's crunch time to look at every way you can improve your team through the trade market.

How you approach trade proposals at this point is going to depend on where you stand in your league. I'm going to take a decidedly different approach if I'm at the top of the standings than I will if I'm already desperate and circling the drain.

We all like to take those big swings and I tend to highlight some bigger players about whom owners are worried. But you're not always going to be able to pull those off. So there's nothing wrong with going for the double if it helps solidify your team. Those mid-level players are going to be easier to pry away from their owners.

You're also at the point where you may have to get a deal done. Don't stand in your own way. This past week, I pulled off a trade for Amon-Ra St. Brown. I offered DeAndre Hopkins and Jake Ferguson (he needed a TE). He rejected the trade and countered by swapping Hopkins out for Jordan Addison. If you read last week's article, you would recognize that I recommended selling Addison given the Cousins injury, so I couldn't hit the accept button quickly enough.

But I also balked at another trade that I ultimately agreed to, but not in time to complete it for the week. That trade would've given me Christian McCaffrey in exchange for Bijan Robinson and Jaylen Waddle. I countered by asking for Rashee Rice to be thrown in, which was a mistake. After this week's games, I feel more foolish for not jumping on that originally.

Now, both of my players are listed here as buy low (not because of the trade that wasn't). The bottom line, I got in my own way. Even if I was right about giving up more than I thought I should, it would've made my team better. If it didn't leave me ultra-thin at WR, why pass on that deal?

The trade market is always fluid and always relative. Your window is closing in the next few weeks, so go get proactive out there. Start hustling, start working the phones, emails, and texts, but regardless, by all means GET IN THERE!

Here are some trade targets you should be looking to acquire before Week 10.

2023 Fantasy Football Week 10 Trade Targets

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Bijan Robinson, RB, Atlanta Falcons

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Arthur Smith hates you!

Okay, fine, he just hates your fantasy team...but sometimes it feels deeply personal. His disdain toward fantasy football has been well-documented.

I don't think there's anything that makes Smith happier than drafting elite talent, camouflaging them, and then having inferior players take the spotlight. He seems to consider it a feather in his cap, as if he is saying, "We don't need those guys to get it done." So he uses players like Bijan Robinson and Kyle Pitts as decoys so he can get the ball in the hands of Tyler Allgeier and Jonnu Smith.

Have I mentioned how much I hate Arthur Smith?

This week was another exercise in anger management. With Drake London out, Kyle Pitts was set up for a big day, but Jonnu Smith is the one who had a 60-yard touchdown and has five receptions for 100 yards. I digress, as this is really about Bijan Robinson, but I must paint the full picture.

Bijan had another frustrating day with 11 carries for 51 yards with a fumble and two catches for eight yards. At the end of the game, it was Tyler Allgeier who ran in a touchdown. Perhaps even more egregious was the drive where Atlanta had a first and goal from the one-yard line. Arthur Smith proceeded to run two plays to Jonnu Smith (one a rush attempt and the other a pass attempt). On third down, Tyler Allgeier got the call...he didn't make it. They settled for a field goal.

How the (bleep) does this guy still have a job?! If you're sensing my anger and frustration here, I have effectively conveyed how every Bijan owner is feeling right now. Do I have confidence that Smith will come to his senses and magically start using Bijan the way he should? No. But this is me betting on elite talent in a situation that has to have positive regression and tapping into a whole lot of anger, anxiety, and panic.

Bijan is a prime trade target who can be a league winner down the stretch.

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