The aftermath of Week 1 is the perfect time for fantasy football managers to strike on the trade market.
While some might focus on the waiver wire, Week 1 is ripe for major overreactions. The first slew of results are in, and teams and players either did or didn't match expectations, which might lead to a flurry of trade activity.
Savvy managers can pounce on the chance. Overreactions are especially likely this year since NFL players didn't have the benefit of preseason games. That running back off to a slow start or wideout who didn't see a ton of targets might need a week or two before flourishing as a week-to-week powerhouse.