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Mojo is a sports stock market that allows you to bet on the careers of athletes. The share price is like a traditional "line" in Vegas, but instead of a stat like total touchdowns, you're betting on career stats!
Share prices move in real-time, just like sports betting lines, based on performance, news and the market signals from YOU, such as taking the over (Go Long) or under (Go Short) on a stock. Mojo uses a stock market interface to enable users to trade in and out of their bets at any time!
Multipliers allow you to customize your risk and reward if you want to try and make more (and risk more) in a short period of time. The cool thing about multipliers is that your downside is capped at the value of your initial bet and you have unlimited upside on Long Multipliers.
Mr. Irrelevant? Says who! Purdy relieved the injured Jimmy Garoppolo and led the 49ers to a victory against the Dolphins. Since, we’ve learned Garoppolo is out for the season, which sent Purdy’s stock up further.
He had very little expectations as a 7th round pick, but started 48 games in college for Iowa State and looked comfortable in Kyle Shanahan’s offense.
Speculating on Purdy as the oft-injured Garoppolo’s primary back-up could’ve been very lucrative. A $1k bet on Purdy Sunday morning would be worth nearly $2.5k right now with his Multiplier!
The all-time leading kick returner in FCS history is quietly turning into a pretty good receiver. The Saints’ undrafted free agent looked dynamic on Monday night with a career high 75 yards.
He’s only run 76 routes this season, but has a very respectable 2.16 yards per route run. That is right around receivers like DeVonta Smith, Jerry Jeudy, and Amari Cooper.
He still has less Future Value than Demarcus Robinson and lesser-used teammate Tre’Quan Smith. Shaheed is a good bet to outproduce these two for the rest of his career given his involvement in the Saints’ offense as a rookie.
Mostly a disappointment since being drafted, Atwell just enjoyed his most productive game as a professional with five targets and four carries. It seems modest, but this was someone with seven career targets heading into the week.
The Rams are dealing with injuries to Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson right now, so the former second round pick will continue to get opportunities to play. His Future Value is so low ($0.52, less than Ashton Dulin and Byron Pringle) that any production will continue to send his stock up.
One of the few bright spots among a disastrous Broncos season, Dulcich has exceeded expectations. He leads all rookie TEs in yards, receptions of 20+ yards, and has a higher targets per route run (TPRR) than fellow rookie standout George Pickens.
Dulcich’s stock has already risen 50% this season, but the market still expects him to have a less productive career than Harrison Bryant, Brevin Jordan, and Will Dissly. A $1k bet on Dulcich right now would be worth nearly $3k with his Multiplier if he winds up with a similar career as Cameron Brate!
Similar to last season, Lamar Jackson has picked up a late-season injury and Huntley will get a chance to lead the Ravens’ offense. While Jackson is only set to miss one to three weeks, Huntley has a unique opportunity to improve his stock.
He is a free agent at the end of the season and put himself on the radar with a solid string of games to close last year. A successful multi-game audition could give him a greater chance of starting in the future, sending his stock up further.
The Jets traded for Robinson after Breece Hall went down with an ACL tear. He was expected to split time with Michael Carter, but has barely gotten on the field. Now Carter is out with an injury and Robinson has fallen behind both Ty Johnson and Zonovan ‘Bam’ Knight.
Robinson’s career is trending in the wrong direction. The market still expects him to earn $3.00 in Future Value, similarly to Ezekiel Elliott and Alvin Kamara, coming off an achilles tear as a formerly undrafted free agent.
Williams was supposed to be the big sleeper of the second half: a standout at Notre Dame who was walking into Sean McVay’s offense with a big opportunity. Well, Cam Akers has returned to form leaving Williams in the dust.
His price peaked at $2.13 despite being undersized (5’9”, 195 lbs) and slow (4.65 40 yard dash). He is a prime short candidate without much keeping him on the field.
While the Dolphins’ offense has surged this year, Gesicki’s production has fallen off. He’s averaging barely three targets per game on the season and is on pace to end his season with less than 400 total yards.
His stock has already dropped 44% this season, most of any player in the market whose share price was at least $10 on opening night!
Another week, another Mike White masterclass. It’s very hard to see Wilson ever starting another game for the Jets, especially not this season, after both how White has performed on the field and how his teammates regard him off it.
Yet, Wilson still has nearly $16 in Future Value! That’s more than Jared Goff and Jimmy Garoppolo. Keep an eye on Wilson with his 5x Short Multiplier…his price will be very volatile moving forward as the Jets’ long term plans at QB come more into focus.