I’m paying closest attention to Dolphins @ Ravens this week. It features two polarizing quarterbacks, explosive playmakers, and uncertain roles on both sides.
Here’s one buy, sell, and hold ahead of this meeting.
Prices current as of 4pm ET on 9.17
Devin Duvernay scored the touchdowns last week, but don’t let that distract you from the fact that Bateman was still the preferred wide receiver target in an offense that is figuring out how to replace Marquise Brown. He is priced nearly a dollar less than Falcons rookie Drake London ($14.21) and with the uncertainties surrounding the signal caller in Atlanta, I expect Bateman’s share price to surpass London’s.
It’s time to short Mike Gesicki’s stock before concern turns to panic. He participated in only 41% of the Dolphins routes last week and managed one target for one yard in Week 1.
Tua Tagovailoa has too many more attractive options and the Dolphins no longer have to live with Gesicki’s shortcomings as a blocker, which means fewer snaps.
Edmonds is an explosive player with pass-catching chops, but he’s never been a workhorse in an NFL offense. He is the clear RB1 in Miami and was one of Tagovailoa’s favorite targets in Week 1, but do we really think Edmonds is going to suddenly be trusted with 200 carries at age 26? I like the player, so I would not short him, but the market expects him to earn just over $5 future value after only banking $4 in his entire career.