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3 Overpriced Stocks to Short: Week 10
3 Overpriced Stocks to Short: Week 10

Published
11/8/2022
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November 8, 2022

Van Jefferson $7.10 (3x Short Multiplier)

Van Jefferson's return from IR has not helped the Rams' slumping offense; he has five targets and zero catches. Jefferson has banked $2.12 in Mojo Value in three seasons, but the market expects another $4.98 in future value. That's too much for Jefferson, who is already 26 years old. Jefferson isn’t putting much on tape for the Rams or any other NFL team to give him starting opportunities in the future. It doesn't help that Matthew Stafford is either in decline, or worse, his arm injury is worse than the Rams are letting on. Go Short on Jefferson for the remainder of the season with his x3 Multiplier with the Rams likely to continue to struggle.

Van Jefferson is the 76th highest priced WR on Mojo

Raheem Mostert $5.83 (5x Short Multiplier)

The Miami Dolphins deadline acquisition of Jeff Wilson Jr. cast doubt on Raheem Mostert's workload. Wilson Jr. finished with 53% of the offensive snaps to Mostert's 47%, which is a red flag for Mostert opportunity this season. Since Sunday his stock dropped over 2% and I believe will continue to drop in the next coming weeks. At 30 years old, Mostert has banked $4.45 in Mojo Value and the market thinks he’ll earn $1.38 more before he retires. There's very little upside here for Mostert with Wilson Jr. taking away snaps and plenty of downside with his history of injuries. Go Short on Mostert with his x5 multiplier for the next couple of weeks.

Raheem Mostert's all-time share price graph. An UDFA, his IPO price was just $0.25

AJ Dillon 9.72 (10x Short Multiplier)

The Packers have the toughest schedule for the remainder of the 2022 season. AJ Dillon has been less than impressive this season with his limited opportunities behind starter Aaron Jones. 

The Packers had a laundry list of reasons why they lost to the Detroit Lions on Sunday but Dillon wasn’t able to step up and help the offense to victory once Jones suffered an ankle injury. Dillon was stuffed on both his goal line scoring opportunities in a must score situation. The Lions have allowed the second most rushing touchdowns this season to running backs.

Dillon averaged an underwhelming 3.1 yards per carry against one of the worst rush defenses in the NFL this season. Jones's x-rays on his ankle came back negative and it was reported that he should be able to suit up against the Dallas Cowboys in week 10. Dillon looks to be the afterthought of this Packers backfield with his lack of touches each week and second-year running back Kylin Hill could be in line for more touches with Jones banged up this week. Dillon has banked 3.22 in Mojo value, and the market thinks he’ll earn $6.38 more before he retires. Dillon’s share price is the 31st highest of the NFL RBs, between Javonte Williams and Cordarrelle Patterson. Both Williams and Patterson have a better shot at hitting those goals with their production and role in their respective offenses. Go Short on Dillon with his x10 Multiplier.

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Prices are current as of 11/08/22 at 12 pm EST
LaQuan Jones is a Contributing Writer on Mojo. All trades you make are with Mojo, which sets the lines as the “house”. Recommendations are for entertainment purposes only. Please use your own judgment and data to make trades. 21+. Must be in NJ to trade. Gambling Problem? 1-800-GAMBLER
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