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Fantasy Football Trade Analyzer Tool

Fantasy Football Trade Analyzer Tool

Who To Trade for Fantasy Football?

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Fantasy Football Trade Analyzer and Trade Calculator. This free tool will help you win more. Take the guesswork out of trade offers with the Fantasy Football Trade Analyzer tool. Compare up to three players for each side of the fantasy football trade, and get instant advice on which side is better. Compare stats and projections to help solidify your decisions.




Fantasy Football Trade Analyzer Tool Overview

The Trade Analyzer tool allows you to add up to three players on each side of a trade and calculate whether it is fair or not. If you sign into Team Sync, you can customize your league settings and get customized advice based off your rosters and league scoring settings.

The NFL Trade Analyzer tool will assist you to:

  • Never accept a bad trade
  • Decide between a handful of trade offers
  • Give you an understanding of each player’s value
  • Avoid sending lopsided trades that are unlikely to see a counteroffer
  • Beef your team up for a late-season playoff run


Analyzing The Trades for Fantasy Football

You instantly get our recommendation which side of the trade is a better deal. With Team Sync, this is customized automatically based on the league information and the platform you play on.

Utilizing Team Sync is the best way to ensure the analyzer is giving you the results you are seeking for your league, but some fantasy managers might just want a quick look at whether a trade is even close to being fair. That’s an option too.


Comparing Each Side of the Trade

The Trade Analyzer tool will display various information side by side for you to compare the players involved in any trade and help you make better decisions. Compare projections and stats, read the latest fantasy football news, and see upcoming schedules. The Trade Analyzer tool breaks the trade down further by including the fantasy points projection of each side of the deal and grades each side of the deal.

These fantasy point expectations come from projected passing, rushing, and receiving stats, including yards touchdowns, and more.


Trade Analyzer Compares Fantasy Football Projections

Further breakdowns of the projections include the projection of completions, attempts, passing yards, passing touchdowns, interceptions, carries, rushing yards, receptions, receiving yards, touchdowns, and fumbles. Instantly see what you will gain or lose in each category in your league.

Depending on your league’s scoring format, receptions might not be as valuable as raw yards. The individual breakdown of each stat gives fantasy managers a better understanding of where the Trade Analyzer’s values come from, rather than just blindly trusting a projected fantasy point total.


Unlimited Fantasy Football Trades to Analyze

You can calculate as many trades as you like with the Trade Analyzer tool. This tool is completely free to use.

Most teams that win fantasy championships are active not only on the wavier wire but in trade discussions, too. Even if your team is excelling, being open to trades can enhance a fantasy roster’s upside and depth. Both are keys to winning titles, so using the Trade Analyzer early and often can make the difference between being a pretender and a contender.


Trade Analyzer Tool Best Practices

Although it can be advantageous to "trick" your league-mates into taking a lopsided deal in your favor, it’s usually tough to pull off and can lead the other league members to avoid trading with you.

The goal of trading is to improve your roster and “win” the trade, but be sure to send reasonable offers that at least have a chance of helping both trade partners. More often than not, a reasonable trade offer will be accepted or countered. If you try to send a trade that only benefits your team, that could end the possibility of a trade altogether.

Trading can already be difficult to navigate in fantasy football, but if you send honest offers and are upfront about your motives, you can set yourself up for future success and peak the interest of additional trade partners.