Fantasy football leagues can be won and lost in how an owner trades throughout the season.
Much like the stock market, the best owners sell high on players they project to fall off, and buy low on players they expect to rise in value.
After a riveting week one of the NFL season, fantasy football owners are scrambling to add and drop off the waiver wire.
The best strategy moving forward, though, is to sell high on lesser players that had a monster week, and to buy low on good players that had an off week.
**Note: All fantasy points are based on ESPN’s standard scoring unless otherwise noted.**