Fantasy Football Trade Targets Week 6

Robert Mayer - USA Today Sports
Keep playing the market and buying low and selling high on players to continue to build up your fantasy team.  Check out your bench; is it stacked with solid players?  It's time to start doing some two for one trades and going after studs.
Studs to attack in two for one trades:

Torrey Smith (WR, BAL) - he is getting it done week after week.  His only blemish currently is the lack of touchdowns, but he is worth acquiring in trades.

Demarco Murray (RB, DAL) - he has been Mr. Consistent in useable weekly fantasy numbers.  If he can continue to stay healthy he is an absolute work horse.

Buy Low Targets:

Lamar Miller (RB, MIA) - Miami did not run much at all, but Miller is pulling away from the RB competition and is getting the lion share of carries.  He will come pretty cheap if you need a RB.

Kyle Rudolph (TE, MIN) - Freeman knows how to find his tight-end and Rudolph has awesome hands.  He will come cheap right now.

Brandon Marshall (WR, CHI) - he is on this list weekly, but he is an absolute must grab in trades.

Andre Johnson (WR, HOU) - he was so close this week to finding the end-zone, but Matt Schaub will continue to play and Andre will continue to see targets.

Tom Brady (QB, NE) - it hasn't been a pretty season for Brady, but there is no doubt he will bounce back.  If you can get him now for cheap then make a move.

Sell High Players:

Mike Wallace (WR, MIA) - coming off an extremely solid game, but Wallace is so up and down that he is worth trading now.

Cecil Shorts (WR, JAX) - the nice part of Shorts is that Jacksonville plays from behind and regardless of the QB he see's plenty of targets.  Blackmon has returned and it's hard to see Shorts continuing to rack up tons of yards with Blackmon in the mix.