Fantasy football trade index and rest-of-season rankings: trade deadline edition

Leonard Fournette of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers climbs up the rankings. Jeffrey Brown/Icon Sportswire

Trading season is just about complete as we hit December, but we still provide the latest end-of-season rankings and trade index, discussing the latest trends with injuries and player value, for your enjoyment and debating pleasure. Lots of movement again this week, as always, for we have some major running back injuries to discuss. It is always free-agent pickup season, and one's efforts to improve their fantasy teams should never stop. Good luck!


Rankings changes: The New York Giants wanted to make Philadelphia Eagles runner Jalen Hurts throw the ball, and we see he could not do it effectively. Other defenses probably noticed. Hurts tumbles in the rankings, but remains top 10. Carolina Panthers starter Cam Newton was out of the top 10 anyway, but he tumbles as well. Miami Dolphins starter Tua Tagovailoa has been remarkably accurate of late, but still has not reached 20 PPR points since Week 7. He moves up, but not a ton. The New Orleans Saints may be changing quarterbacks, good news for those relying on the legs of Taysom Hill.

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