- Chris Carson
Carson has a bad fumbling problem. I know you are selling low a bit here because everyone knows about his problem. However, this is a sinking ship so if this is your chance to maximize his value before the Seahawks start running a committee. The Seahawks can’t trust Carson and he seems to take himself out of games mentally after he fumbles any way. Even if you get a starting FLEX option in return, you should consider it at this point. Even if Carson has his good weeks here and there, you can’t trust which weeks they will be enough to start him. Rashaad Penny is coming back soon so capitalize on a team that is weak at RB and get some value.
- Greg Olsen
Greg Olsen’s next few games are against the 7th best D against TE (Houston Texans), 16th (Jacksonville Jaguars), 31st (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Bye and then 9th (San Francisco 49ers). Besides the Buccaneers, that’s a pretty brutal schedule and if someone is getting itchy for a consistent tight end and look at Olsen coming off a 19-point Week 2 and 25-point Week 3 performance in the last two weeks then trade him. Once the rest of the league has game tape on the Carolina Panthers new QB Kyle Allen, the Panthers offense will take a hit.
- Joe Mixon
After going against a Steelers D this week that should be better than their current 29th ranking against the run for the Bengals, the next three weeks are against the Cardinals (12th in fantasy against the run), Ravens (7th in fantasy against the run) and Jaguars (8th in fantasy against the run). You combine that with the passing end of things opening as A.J. Green returns soon and it doesn’t look like Mixon is going to have a great next few weeks. I would explore what you can get for him.