Earlier in the week we took a look at four week 8 fantasy Football trade targets. This article will analyze the four fantasy players that owners should be looking to trade now before it's too late.

1. Davante Adams.

Nobody should see Davante Adams as more than a solid bench player. Adams is the third option on a Packers offense that has looked abysmal at times this season, but Adams looked fantastic against the Bears. He scored 25 fantasy points, had more than 100 receiving yards, and scored two touchdowns. Don't fall for the trap. Adams had averaged just 7.2 fantasy points prior to the Bears game and remains the third option behind Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.

2. Jeremy Hill.

There is no better time to trade the Bengals running back. Hill scored a touchdown and recorded 168 rushing yards on just 9 carries in a Bengals blowout. That low volume of touches will hurt Hill in future matchups and will certainly make it hard to trust him in the fantasy playoffs. Try to pull off a trade and see if any fantasy owner would be foolish enough to part with Allen Robinson for him.

3. Derek Carr.

The regression in the play of Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has already begun. I warned about his waning fantasy value in earlier articles, and even suggested trading him away in those earlier articles. Favorable early matchups against teams like the Saints and Falcons inflated his point totals, but it's finally starting to catch up to him.

Trade Carr for a better quarterback while you still can.

4. Isaiah Crowell.

I've hated on Crowell for the past three weeks and still see him as having limited value. Crowell thankfully scored 13 fantasy points against the Bengals this week, making it more likely that owners desperate for a running back will be willing to trade for him.

Cleveland's quarterback situation is doing Crowell no favors and that will make it harder for him to score a decent number of fantasy points. Try to trade Crowell away before he faces some really tough matchups against the Jets, Cowboys, and Ravens.

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