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As an expert ranker, Joe puts out weekly content to help you win your league. Target share stats, RB snaps, who to start and who to sit, and weekly buy/sell lists.

We are doing a weekly buy/sell series with Joe, sponsored by Dibbs. You can find that video posted to his Instagram account each week. You’ll also be able to find the written version of his buy/sell lists right here.

There are many people out there who bring fantasy knowledge to the table, but Joe has a proven track record for bringing value to his followers.

Suffice it to say, if you want to win your league, then you’ll want to hear everything he has to say.

With that, let’s take a look at his list from this past week.

Week 7 Buy/Sell:

Buy - Kadarius Toney was targeted 13 Times in Week 5 on just 54% of snaps. Then again in Week 6, on just 6 snaps he recorded 3 Catches for 36 Yards. Assuming his ankle injury doesn't leave him sidelined for too long (he has not been placed on IR), Toney could prove to be a valuable asset as fantasy managers gear up for the second half of the NFL Season.

Buy - Miles Sanders had his snaps bump up to over 80% last week, and although the production wasn't completely there, Sirianni has made it a point to get him not only on the field more but get him more touches. He's got a fantastic upcoming schedule as well which could garner quick returns.

Buy - D.J. Moore has fallen off a bit the last couple of weeks. But he has led his team in targets every single week except one, which was Week One where he still had a 22.9% Target Share. This offense is bound to bounce back, and when it does, Moore will be at the forefront.

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Sell - Elijah Mitchell as of right now is the RB1 in San Francisco (or so it seems), but Jeff Wilson will likely be coming off the PUP list sometime soon, and when he does I wouldn’t be surprised to see him take over, especially considering he was taking over Raheem Mostert’s spot at the end of 2020.

Sell - Corey Davis has seemingly been the WR1 in New York, but with all three of Davis, Crowder, and Moore healthy there is a chance these targets are much more distributed. Plus Zach Wilson’s struggles may continue which puts his value in a spread offense in jeopardy.

Sell - Zach Ertz was traded to the Arizona Cardinals last week, and considering how good the offense itself is, people might perceive Ertz as an elite TE1 for fantasy. When is reality that may not be the case. If someone sees him as that sort of value, I would sell.

We've discussed the crossover between the way Dibbs enables fans to collect and fantasy sports several times.

We have even done a re-draft of all the first quarterbacks from the last three seasons, based off card prices.

With our partnership the Joe, we have found another meaningful and fun way to bring valuable information to our community.

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