Earlier in the week we took a look at four fantasy football trade targets. If you had listened to articles earlier in the season, you would have bought players like Amari Cooper, Matt Forte, and Lamar Miller at a highly discounted price. Here are four more fantasy players who can be acquired at a bargain price through trade.

1. Jarvis Landry.

The Dolphins wide receiver hasn't had a double digit fantasy game since week 3 and fantasy owners are likely frustrated with him at this point. He's coming off a bye, but should be able to produce higher fantasy totals in the future. He has, after all, by far the most targets of any wide receiver on the team.

And no other player in the NFL has a greater share of their team's targets besides Mike Evans. Game flow has resulted in lower fantasy point totals, but they will rise in the future.

2. Russell Wilson.

Wilson has disappointed fantasy owners with 10 points or less in his last three games. That weak production will have impatient fantasy owners giving up on a quarterback who was one of the top fantasy players last season. But Wilson is about to turn things around with easier matchups in his future. Trade for him now before he starts regularly scoring 20 fantasy points per game again.

3. Jordan Howard.

The Bears running back won't be cheap, but Howard is worth the price tag. He broke out in week 8 against the Vikings and has emerged as the clear leader in Chicago's backfield.

Trade for him now before other fantasy owners realize just how valuable Howard's role in the Chicago backfield has become.

4. Emmanuel Sanders.

The Broncos passing attack isn't great, but Sanders does command a majority of wide receiver target share in the offense. That fact alone makes it worth trading for a wide receiver like Sanders before he eventually manages to break out for a big performance.

Sanders' price tag will also be lower than Demaryius Thomas', whose talent far surpasses that of Sanders. Try to trade for Sanders before he turns all those targets into meaningful fantasy production.

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