Stock prices based on 1W movement
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.
Is Purdy legit? The former Iowa State Cyclone wowed during his first NFL start. The unheralded rookie went toe-to-toe with Tom Brady — and won. Purdy is 22 years old. This is Brady’s 23rd season in the league. And Purdy WON. Convincingly.
Overall, he’s +90% since December 1st. That means a $1K bet on Purdy two weeks ago would be worth about $3K today with his Multiplier!
Imagine the shock to Purdy: entering the season the third QB on a team with Super Bowl aspirations behind Trey Lance, a top five draft pick, and Jimmy Garoppolo, the long-term starter. Now? This is Purdy’s team.
Talk about a career game. Engram paced the Jaguars Sunday with a career-high 162 yards and two touchdowns. This was the first time in his career that he caught multiple touchdowns in a single game.
He earned $0.28 of Mojo Value -— also a career-high. It was also the third best game for a TE all season, trailing only Taysom Hill in Week 4 and TJ Hockenson in Week 5.
The rookie has taken a massive step forward over the last few weeks and stayed hot with a career-best six receptions and his first touchdown since Week 4.
The supposedly undersized “tweener” TE has quickly become one of Ryan Tannehill’s favorite options in Tennessee. His stock has risen 15% since being drafted and may keep rising with more targets.
Okonkwo has been active for every game this year, but only received more than two targets eight times as he was playing behind Austin Hooper and Geoff Swain until recently. With that, he’s already earned $0.57 in Mojo Value. The market only expects him to earn $1.63 for the rest of his career. That could be light work based on what he’s done in just his first half season.
Running backs usually taper off as the rookie contract expires. Sanders is defying the trend by playing the best football of his career in the last year of his deal with the Eagles. Will they offer him an extension? Or is he playing well enough for someone else to lure him away?
Regardless, Sanders has been so explosive and efficient that it’s becoming clear he’ll find himself with a legitimate role for the next few seasons.
He had earned $5.01 in Mojo Value heading into this season, or about $0.12 per game. That number is up to $0.15 in 13 games this year. At that rate, he only needs to keep up this level of production until he’s 27 years old to earn the $5.37 in Future Value the market expects. That feels like a good bet.
Released for the second time this season, Henderson’s career might be coming to an abrupt close. He looked slow with the Rams and was eventually beat out by both Cam Akers and Kyren Williams.
His Future Value has sunk all the way below $1, and there’s no guarantee that he plays enough games for the rest of his career to reach that level.
The Jets traded for Robinson after Breece Hall tore his ACL to try and strengthen their RB room. However, Robinson was ineffective and has fallen out of favor in the offense, playing just 20 total snaps in the last four games.
He’s earned about $0.12 in Mojo Value per game over his career, but most of that production came before an achilles tear, when he was a bell cow in Jacksonville. It’s unlikely he’ll have enough opportunities to realize the $1.20 in Future Value the market still expects.
Another week and another disappointing game for Valdes-Scantling. He saw just three targets from Patrick Mahomes and has fallen behind Justin Watson on the Chiefs’ depth chart, with rookie Skyy Moore gearing up to pass him as well.
He’s earned just $0.95 in Mojo Value this season while part of the most explosive offense in football. The Chiefs can release him this offseason with very little penalty and that seems likely given his recently reduced role. He’llbe hard-pressed to earn the $3.22 in Future Value the market expects.
Injuries suck, especially when they happen to exciting players. Samuel got rolled up on last Sunday and picked up ankle and knee injuries. Luckily, disaster was avoided and he’s expected back for the playoffs.
Postseason stats count on Mojo, so this could be a great opportunity to buy the dip on Samuel. There is also a single-game, 5x Mojo Value bonus for all players on the Super Bowl winning team. With Samuel, the 49ers are firmly in that mix.