Godwin still seems to be getting his sea legs under him after tearing his ACL last December. He rushed back for Week 1, but played just 19 snaps before leaving the game and returning Week 4.
Despite the uneven usage, he’s beginning to look like his old self. Since Week 4, Godwin is the 6th highest-graded receiver on PFF, has not dropped a pass, and is in the top third of the league in routes run and air yards. This is despite only playing half of the Bucs’ snaps Week 5.
Godwin’s usage is where it should be and his health is trending that way as well. He still plays with Tom Brady in Tampa’s pass-happy offense and is the second-youngest player in Mojo’s market with at least a 14x Multiplier behind only DJ Moore. I am smashing buy.
The Jets have been on fire since Wilson returned from injury. They are 3-0 with wins at Pittsburgh, home against the hated Dolphins, and at Lambeau over Aaron Rodgers. While this is the best any Jets team has played in five years, it’s more in spite of Wilson than because of him.
His six Turnover Worty Passes since Week 4 trail only Jacoby Brissett. His two Big Time Throws are on par with Cooper Rush, Davis Mills, and Skylar Thompson. The one saving grace was his heroic fourth quarter against the Steelers, but we need to see more than that.
I want Wilson to succeed (so badly) as a Jets fan. Yet, as an investor, it’s easy to see the shortcomings in his game, poor decision making, and inconsistent footwork. He would need to improve quickly in order to cash in on his $30 in Future Value. He’s also more expensive than CJ Stroud and Bryce Young.
It appears I am the lone wolf believing in Garrett Wilson this week given that Sam Cardona is cashing out and James Schiano hit us with the hard truth about Wilson’s production over these last few games. Stats are stats, but what can I say? I am still believing.
Especially considering the recent news of Elijah Moore requesting a trade out of New York, along with Braxton Berrios still being limited in practice with a back injury as of Wednesday.
The Jets, while they will be playing a tough defense in the Denver Broncos, have been averaging 27.3 points a game on the road so far this season. Tie all of these pieces together and I come to the conclusion that it’s Garrett Wilson’s time to shine. And a 3x Multiplier makes it all the more enticing.
There were some questions surrounding who would be the starter for Washington with Carson Wentz missing some time with a broken finger. However, since head coach Ron Rivera announced that they will be going with Taylor Heinicke this means nothing but good news Scary Terry.
Also considering that the Commander’s run-game has been looking quite sharp, I don’t see there being room for two great WR performances over the next couple of weeks.
Heinicke and McLaurin connected for 77 passes, 1,053 yards, and 5 touchdowns last season, and McLaurin is used to constant QB changes anyway since there have been 9 since he was drafted just four years ago.
Curtis Samuel, who is already down 4% over the last week, is not making the cut for me headed into Week 7.
Hall is stubbornly only the 17th highest RB share price on the market right now. What Hall is doing is historic for a rookie RB, with production that not even Jonathan Taylor or Le’Veon Bell matched. Until he’s a top 3 share price at the RB position, I would Go Long. Even better? He has a 3x multiplier so a 5% gain would become 15%.
Mojo analysts and writers do not see eye to eye frequently, but one thing we agree on is that the market is comically off right now on MVS. He’s 28 years old, he didn’t get a catch last week, he has Banked $4.13 Mojo Value his entire career ($0.94 per season) and the market expects $6 in future value? Go Short with his multiplier and wait for him to fall below $7 before you exit the position.
As we know, the Packers wide receiver room has been pretty much barren since Davante Adams left. With Randall Cobb injuring his ankle, Christian Watson banged up with a bad hamstring, Watkins could be the guy who Aaron Rodgers will target against the Commanders
According to our stellar content analyst, James Schiano, Wilson’s production has tanked since Joe Flacco came out and Zach Wilson has gone in for the Jets. He only has 6 total receptions with Zach, and looks like their run game with Breece Hall is what’s sparking the offense. Shorting Wilson with a 2x multiplier makes sense as the Wilson-Wilson connection seems weak.
Tua was off to an incredible start to the season before his awful concussion. Top five in passing yardage, leading a high powered Dolphins offense. His price was steadily increasing on Mojo before a sharp decline due to injury.
If Tua continues to play at the level we saw before the concussion, I think he’s a dark horse MVP candidate and could crack $45 on Mojo by the end of the season. With a 6x Long Multiplier, this is an excellent time to buy in on a young QB with a huge ceiling.
Moore has had a rough week. He took to Twitter to complain about his lack of usage in the Jets’ offense, was held out of practice Thursday, requested a trade later that evening, and then the team announced he would not play Week 7 in Denver.
Moore has seen his snap share drop from above 90% over the first four weeks of the season to around 50% during Week 6. The production hasn’t been there anyway and it looks like his situation with the Jets could get very messy.