Fantasy Football: Slow Starters You Should Target on the Trade Market

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Fantasy Football: Slow Starters You Should Target on the Trade Market
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As the fantasy football season approaches its pinnacle and overall most crucial point—the trading deadline, owners should begin to look at the players who have come short of expectations thus far. While every season has its fair share of disappointments, this season has been an unmitigated disaster for some of the NFL's brightest.

The disappointing production has led frustrated fantasy owners to benching their first-round picks or worse—trading them for a lesser bounty.

The cunning, intelligent fantasy football owners should jump at the chance at obtaining the early round flubs, with hopes that they can regain their past production at an under the market value. But one has to be careful when doing so because the small glimmer of light they show, can simply be just that.

Here are five players that should be targeted while their value is still low, but have the upside to be a Top 10 player at their position when the season ends.

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