Fantasy Football trades are some of the hardest things to effectively pull off. If you've been listening to my prior trade advice articles, then you would have traded for some of the best players in fantasy at significantly reduced prices. This week fantasy owners have an opportunity to do the same thing right before the start of the fantasy football playoffs. Let's take a look at the four best trade targets this week.

1. Le'veon Bell.

He's not going to come cheap, but you're going to need a player like Bell to carry the load in the fantasy playoffs. His weekly consistency is hard to come by and that fantasy production will prove invaluable to owners who want to take home all the money in their leagues.

He could have been bought a cheaper price earlier in the year, but it's still worth pursuing a trade for him now.

2. Robert Kelley.

The Redskins have a new starting running back and his name is Robert Kelley. Kelley took advantage of a soft matchup against a weak Bengals run defense and ran for almost 100 yards on 22 carries. The workhorse nature of the Redskins offense makes it worth a trade for a player who could easily develop into an every week starter in fantasy leagues this season.

3. Mike Evans.

The Buccaneers absolutely hammered the Bears in week 10 and Evans didn't have many chances to put up fantasy points. But Winston and the Bucs aren't going to face another team as bad as the Bears for the entire season.

Guess who they do play? The Saints, one of the worst defenses in the entire league. Trade for him when some disillusioned fantasy owner tries to make a ridiculous move.

4. Greg Olsen.

Good tight ends are hard to find in fantasy football. Olsen is one of those tight ends but he managed to score just three fantasy points in week 10 against a really tough Chiefs defense.

That performance and his last three weeks should be seen as an aberration. Fantasy owners in need of a quality tight end shouldn't be afraid to throw some trades for Greg Olsen out there. In the fantasy playoffs, a great tight end can mean the difference between the championship and a first round playoff exit.

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