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Tristan H. Cockcroft
The waiver wire might be the most popular route to improve your team during the season’s first month, but it should always be trade season in any fantasy football league. Remember, things change awfully quickly in this game, so be prepared to react when you see any opportunity to improve.
With three weeks’ worth of data in the books, here are four players — one at each skill position — whom you should target in trades in all of your leagues, as well as four players you might want to trade away while their stock is hot.
Go get ’em
The concussion that knocked him out of the Week 3 game effectively tossed cold water on what was, at the time, seemingly a breakthrough campaign for this second-year wide receiver. Even with Johnson having missed the Steelers’ final 52 plays of that game, he still paces the team with a 23% (25-of-107) target share — and a team-leading three of those have come on end-zone throws.
That’s not bad for a player who complained of a toe injury during the season’s early weeks. Johnson has a