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Obviously, you can trade for a ton of different players. The guys I've listed are either big name guys you can get for cheap (and potentially flip later), or they are extremely underrated guys.
Chris Johnson: Johnson is getting back in the groove of things. And besides, he can't get any worse. Since trading up for Johnson makes it seem as if you are desperate, and trading down is generally a bad idea, make a trade where you get an upgrade at WR and downgrade at RB. For example, offer Fred Jackson and Brandon Marshall and for Chris Johnson and Steve Smith (Car).
Victor Cruz: If we take out the first two games in which Cruz barely played, he's a top ten receiver. You can get this guy dirt cheap.
Eric Decker: As with Chris Johnson, make him a complementary part of the deal rather than the main focus.
Andre Johnson: Make sure when offering a deal for him you bring up the fact that Schaub is injured.
Larry Fitzgerald: It may just be me, but I was shocked when I saw Larry Fitzgerald was the No. 6 receiver in fantasy. It's because his quarterback is just so bad. Well, feel free to trade for this guy.
Jordy Nelson: He's a top ten receiver. Since he's Aaron Rodger's second favorite target, not many people know.
Miles Austin: If you can survive a few weeks of injury, you're getting back a big upgrade in talent.
Dez Bryant: Bryant is one of the good players with the potential to become elite in the last few weeks.
Darren Mcfadden: He's been under the radar ever since he got injured.
Jeremy Maclin and Desean Jackson: They can't get any worse.