Fantasy Football isn't easy, and weekly decisions make it even more difficult. Starting and sitting the right players is tough, and working the waiver wire can be even trickier. But another underrated aspect of fantasy football is the trading, which can leave certain fantasy owners with super teams if done right. Last week's edition featured Tevin Coleman, who had a huge game against the Buffalo Bills in week 4. Per usual, the strategy in most of my featured trades is to buy low.

1. WR Dez Bryant

The Cowboys star wide receiver has played against some of the best cornerbacks and secondaries in the league through three weeks of the season, and he hasn't scored a ton of fantasy points.

The Cowboys are committed to the run, but Bryant is still the clear cut top receiver. He'll start putting up big weeks soon.

2. RB Alvin Kamara

The Saints running back isn't owned in most leagues, but he will be on Wednesday. Drew Brees and Sean Payton are utilizing the running back as if he is a wide receiver, making him a rather valuable fantasy asset at this point.

3. TE Kyle Rudolph

The tight end has dropped back down to Earth after a year in which he was one of the top fantasy tight ends. Now he looks human, especially with Case Keenum as his quarterback. His poor play isn't going to last forever, and Sam Bradford, who loves throwing to Kyle Rudolph in the red zone, is going to get him the ball.

Try to Trade for Rudolph while his fantasy price is still fairly low.

4. RB Christian McCaffrey

The Carolina Panthers running back has not been the player that so many fantasy owners had expected, as Jonathan Stewart remains the starter in Carolina. However, the Panthers are making sure that McCaffrey gets touches every week and he's going to make the most of them when he gets opportunities.

His fantasy value will increase as he continues to take on a greater role in the Panthers offense.

5. WR Demaryius Thomas

The Broncos are relying on their defense and run game for victories, which has left Thomas in the fantasy dust. So far, the Broncos receiver hasn't scored a single touchdown and scored single digit fantasy points in every single game.

The Broncos can't seem to figure out how to effectively involve him in the offense and Sanders seems to be the preferred target for Trevor Siemian. Don't expect that to continue forever. Thomas is too fast and too talented to stay out of this offense for very long. Trade for the speedy wide receiver while you still have a chance.