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Buy Low Sell High

Week 6 Buy Low and Sell High

Welcome to Week 6! Who are we buying on the cheap and selling at their best value? This week we head to Pittsburgh for a Steeler, plus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are getting healthy. What are we doing with those players? Like the stock market let’s make some moves.

Buy Low

Alshon Jeffrey. I know injury prone Alshon Jeffrey. He should be back as early as Week 6. The Philadelphia Eagles need weapons. Jeffrey could be exactly what the doctor ordered. He's a target monster who could take some of the pressure off of Wentz

Deebo Samuel. Coming off injury and then a bad start for Jimmy Garoppolo, and 11.7 is not what we expected. He did have 8 targets, so if Jimmy G can pull it together, Deebo should bring WR2 value.

Clyde Edwards-Helarie He started off on fire the first game and has slowed down to averaging 14 rushes and 52 yards per game and has gone two games without scoring. Here's the upside, he's still getting 6 targets each game and 80% of the snap share. He'll be fine. Try to find someone who is scared off.

Le’Veon Bell he was just cut by the worst team with the worst head coach. I know he's 28 and he may not have enough left in the tank to be feature back but he's respected enough around the league to get a prominent role. Could be a solid Flex play rest of season

Sell High

Chase Claypool. Ultimate sell high game. 7 receptions for 110 yards and 3 TDs on 11 targets with a rushing TD is ridiculous. Going into this game the most targets he had was 4. I’m not saying he won’t be a part of the offense but not this much of it. Dionte Johnson will get healthy and JuJu Smith-Schuster will have his moments. They will spread the ball around and next week someone else will have 4 TDs. Find the Steelers fan and trade Claypool to them

Mike Evans. The Bucs are getting healthy and with Chris Godwin coming back, Mike Evans won't be the focal point of the offense. They are also starting to play more of a Tom Brady style offense, throwing to the TE and the RB in the red zone, which is the appeal of Mike Evans

Todd Gurley Sell high on Todd Gurley after his two TD game against the worst run defense in the league. He's put up numbers that make it look like a resurgence, don't be fooled.

Ronald Jones he turned out 125 yards against the Chicago Bears. He took advantage of a Leonard Fournette injury. I know some of you are thinking Jones has earned the starting role and maybe he has but Fournette will be back Week 6 and they are paying him too much to take a complete back seat to Ronald Jones

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