Last week we took a look at four week 9 fantasy football trade targets for those fantasy leagues with continuous trading. This week we'll again take a look at a few players who can be bought below their market value right now. Which players should fantasy owners be looking to target in week 10?

1. Le'veon Bell.

In perhaps the flukiest performance of the year, Bell scored just six points against a tough Ravens defense.

Bell had scored double digit points in every game prior, but has yet to score a rushing touchdown. In fact, Bell has managed to score just one touchdown all season. Imagine what would happen if he actually started scoring! Bell would instantly become one of the most valuable players in fantasy. Try to trade for him while other owners are looking to blow up their own teams.

2. Brandon Marshall.

The Jets star receiver has been nothing short of awful this season.

He hasn't scored a double digit point total since week 5 and is averaging just 5 fantasy points per game in his last four games. But there's good reason to believe that things will change. First, Marshall is still receiving a lions share of the targets in the Jets offense. Second, Marshall will have favorable future matchups against the Patriots, Colts, and Dolphins. Fitzpatrick clearly likes Marshall more than Geno Smith did and it's only a matter of time before the two start routinely connecting for big fantasy numbers.

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3. Blake Bortles.

He's finally starting to look like the top ten quarterback he was last season and it's time for fantasy owners to take advantage of owners desperate to trade Bortles while he's hot. But those who have watched Bortles in the past few weeks have seen an obvious improvement in play that has been deterred by fluky drops and fumbles. Bortles should have decent future value as an elite quarterback for the rest of the season. Owners obviously shouldn't trade too much for him, but a low end RB or WR wouldn't be out of the question.

4. Eric Ebron.

Need a good tight end? Eric Ebron would like to submit his application. He scored 9 fantasy points in week 10 without a touchdown and was second to only Golden Tate in overall targets. The Lions tight end clearly plays a major role in the offense and those fantasy owners who are looking for a decent tight end to produce solid numbers should look no further than a trade for Ebron.

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