Week 7 brought plenty of fantasy surprises and disappointments in players like Jay Ajayi and Allen Robinson, who both had shocking performances that were both good and bad. Last week's articles on trade targets suggested trading for players like Antonio Brown and Matt Forte, who had both lost value thanks to poor production in previous weeks. This week's article will again take a look at four fantasy players who can be bought at a low value right now.

1. Allen Robinson.

Robinson has not even come close to his fantasy expectations as a second round draft pick. Allen has scored just four combined fantasy points in his last two games and put up a goose egg against the Raiders.

You know who else put up a goose egg in week 7? Jordy Nelson. Shrewd fantasy owners should take advantage of desperate Robinson owners who will be looking to trade him away for minimal value.

2. Brandon Marshall.

Another receiver who has definitely not lived up to his lofty expectations is Brandon Marshall. The Jets top target managed to score just three points this week and has scored just ten fantasy points in his last two games. Geno Smith's knee injury may just open the door for Ryan Fitzpatrick, who proved he had excellent chemistry with Marshall by helping him scored double digit fantasy points in the first three weeks of the year. Don't overreact if you're a Marshall owner and try to take advantage of impatient owners with a trade in week 8.

3. Giovanni Bernard.

The Bengals running back has value in both the running and passing game, making him worthy of a roster spot. Bernard's weekly inconsistency is enough to make any fantasy owner cringe, but any owner desperate for a running back should be looking to trade for Bernard if possible. He's a player that fantasy owners might actually be willing to trade and favorable matchups against the Redskins, Giants, Browns, and Bills bode well for Giovanni's future fantasy value.

4. Greg Olsen.

Tight ends are pretty awful this year, but Olsen appears to be the exception to the rule. He's averaged more than 12 fantasy points per game and is currently the most consistent player at the position. Fantasy owners should take advantage of those people looking for a running back by trading one for the best tight end in fantasy in week 8.

He is on bye, but owners can reap the rewards in the later weeks and in the fantasy playoffs.

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