Dynasty Leagues: 5 players to buy, and 5 to sell

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October 15, 2023; Inglewood, California, USA; Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp (10) during
October 15, 2023; Inglewood, California, USA; Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp (10) during / Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
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Dynasty league players, this one is for you. As we have reached the halfway point of the 2023 fantasy season, we are going to talk about player values going forward and how you can strike a great deal or sell off a player on a downward trend for a great price.

Roster evaluation is constant in dynasty, at least if you want to be competitive, so if any of these players are on your team, take note and if not, perhaps these are some players you want to give some thought into buying.

The NFL has its annual trade deadline on Tuesday at 4:00 pm EST, just in before the kids go out to do some trick-or-treating. Before all of that, let's look at some players you want in a dynasty league right now and those you should consider selling.

Will Levis, Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis (8) throws a touchdown pass to DeAndre Hopkins (10) during / Denny Simmons / The Tennessean / USA

Buy: Will Levis, Tennessee Titans

Remember when Will Levis sat in the green room all night long at the NFL Draft? It's hard to forget and many dynasty players followed suit in their drafts this year, taking the likes of Bryce Young, C.J. Stroud and Anthony Richardson before him, just like the real thing.

But Levis made the most of his first opportunity on Sunday, throwing four touchdown passes against the Atlanta Falcons and looking absolutely terrific in the process. If you followed him in college, and as a dynasty player, you should have been, you'll remember him being considered the No. 1 overall pick in the draft at one point. There was a reason for that.

The Titans would be out of their minds not to stick with Levis going forward.

Sell: Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans

If we're buying Levis, we have to sell Ryan Tannehill. He could be a backup for the rest of this season and at 35 years old, his chances to be a starter in the league have to be dwindling. One idea that is interesting is the Minnesota Vikings striking a deal to acquire him ahead of the trade deadline, a move that would make sense with the season-ending injury suffered by Kirk Cousins.

But even if that were to come to fruition, it wouldn't guarantee him much beyond this season. If you have a QB needy team in your league, float them an offer for the former first-round pick.