The fantasy Football season is beginning to draw to a close, but that doesn't make decisions any easier. What defenses should be started in any given week? Which players should I add from the waiver wire? And which trade targets should be added to improve my team? Here are four week 12 fantasy football trade targets that would help improve your team.

1. Cameron Meredith.

Meredith is in an envious fantasy situation in Chicago. Zach Miller is likely out for the year and Alshon Jeffery is suspended for four games for PED use. That leaves Meredith as the prime passing option in a Chicago offense that will have no choice but to throw the ball when throwing from behind.

If Meredith isn't available on the fantasy waiver wire, try to make a low-risk trade for him.

2. Tyrod Taylor.

The Bills quarterback scored exactly seven fantasy points against a weak Bengals defense in week 11. That performance should be seen as an aberration from the more than 20 fantasy points he had averaged in the past four weeks. With Watkins getting healthier, Tyrod should see even more of an increase in passing production to go with his current rushing production. Trade for Tyrod while he's cheap.

3. Allen Robinson.

Even though Robinson has scored three touchdowns in his last three games, fantasy owners still seem to be down on him. It's hard to understand why. Blake Bortles has established a clear connection with the star wide receiver and it certainly looks like the pair is finally on the same page.

Join the team and trade an underperforming fantasy player like Kelvin Benjamin for someone who actually produces like Robinson.

4. Tyler Eifert.

The player who should gain the most from A.J. Green's injury is Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert. He was limited by injuries in a three point fantasy performance against Buffalo, but should have far better performances in the future.

Eifert actually had nine catches for 102 receiving yards and a touchdown against the Redskins, a sign of what his potential production should be. Try to take advantage of the confusion here and trade for a quality tight end like Eifert at a cheap price.

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