Doubs had eight catches for 73 yards and ran 94% of the routes this week.
Through three games he has now been targeted on 22% of his routes so far, an encouraging sign for any rookie, let alone a 4th round pick.
This was with Sammy Watkins and Christian Watson out, but he is the leading Packers receiver through three weeks in both receiving yards and targets.
Doubs has the 12th most receiving yards of any day three pick in the last 30 years through his first three career games.
He looks like a legitimate player who is going to see plenty of opportunities both this season and beyond.
Daniel Jones has not been extended or had his option picked up yet.
This is a very bad sign based on past history.
The median number of starts after a rookie contract is up for unextended QBs among top 10 picks is just 11 starts!
The new regime for the Giants inherited Jones and likely will want their own quarterback as early as next season. Jones has also not looked good this season.
At Jones’ future Mojo Value of 12.15, he would have to play at his career average Mojo Value for another three seasons.
I find that to be unlikely. I recommend you short his stock.
Return of the Zach…cut the music. Wilson is one of the most appealing players on the market this week. We’ve seen other breakout QBs like Jalen Hurts, Tua Tagovailoa and others jump as much as 30% after a few strong weeks, and they had less uncertainty than Wilson.
Garrett Wilson is a breakout star, Elijah Moore showed what he could do last season, and Breece Hall’s role is growing. Michael Carter, Tyler Conklin, and Corey Davis represent great depth. If Wilson can simply produce as Joe Flacco did, he will shoot up. If he flashes star potential…watch out. The excitement will certainly kick up with a multiplier, too.
Sean McVay flipped his running back usage last week with Cam Akers out-touching Henderson 12 to four despite the two splitting snaps evenly. More importantly, Henderson had no carries in the second half while the Rams entrusted Akers to carry the load DESPITE losing a goalline fumble.
Akers looked more dynamic and McVay was incredibly complementary of his play. It is a great time to get out from Henderson positions before Akers fully takes over this backfield. Short Darrell Henderson’s stock!
Let’s be real, the best time to Go Long on Amon Ra St. Brown has come and gone, but there is still a real upside here.
The Detroit Lions team as a whole is consistently improving and at just 22 years old, the ceiling is still higher than what it is today with just $2.14 of banked mojo value. This young stud is second in the league in receiving touchdowns, fourth in catches, and ninth in total yards through the first three weeks of this season, and that is with Jared Goff under center.
There was a minor dip in his share price due to an ankle injury that he suffered in Detroit's 28-24 loss against Minnesota. He is currently listed as day-to-day and even stated he “doesn’t know” if he can play against the Seahawks in Week 4.
However, this just makes me more eager to stock up on his shares now. Even if he misses some time, his injury won’t affect his long-term career performance.
The Panthers recent victory over the Saints gave them their first win of the season, no thanks to Mayfield who completed less than 50% of his passes.
Shoutout to the Carolina defense for keeping this team alive! It is unfortunate considering that Mayfield had the opportunity to re-prove himself on this new team after the Browns decided to move on. However, it appears he is setting himself up to be a permanent back-up quarterback (Which I personally believe is the greatest job in the NFL anyway?).
Did you know Pierce led the Colts with 40.5% of their air yards last week? The Colts have yet to see any viable second option emerge alongside Michael Pittman. It’s hard to imagine Pierce losing too much value over the next few weeks, but it’s easy to imagine him popping like 2021 2nd round pick Elijah Moore ($14.12) did last year with a few big games.
Understand if you are long this decent RB-du-jour in Houston, you’re saying you think he’ll have more future value than Nick Chubb, AJ Dillon and Travis Etienne. Undeniably his opportunity looks secure right now, but is this the sort of talent that has that type of staying power long-term? Short now and trust the process that day three RBs disappoint. Short this man!
London is off to a redhot start to his NFL career. He currently ranks fifth in the NFL in target share, with 31.6%. The list of target share leaders is an elite group, with the likes of Tyreek Hill, Ja’Marr Chase, and Davante Adams all ranked lower than London. He is cheaper than various WRs I see him surpassing very soon. Robert Woods, Tyler Boyd, and JuJu Smith-Schuster all rank over London in price. The clear cut number one target in Atlanta this season is just getting started.
Already down 12% in the last month, I expect Moore’s stock to decrease even more in October. He’s a very talented WR, however he has a Baker Mayfield problem. Baker is notorious for spreading the ball around and not featuring any of his weapons. We saw this with OBJ in Cleveland, and now it seems that DJ is in a similar situation. Moore is seeing a 22% target share, which isn’t bad, but he needs more volume to be successful. As the market sees Moore continue to not live up to expectations, I expect his stock to keep falling. Go short and profit when his price drops.