Stock prices based on 1M movement without Multipliers
Conner has had an up-and-down season. A $1K Short bet with his Multiplier Week 1 at one point was worth $2.7K, but his stock is +5% over the last month. Conner has the highest available multipliers (15x Long and 10x Short).
Kyler’s stock has dipped 7% since Week 1, but a big performance against a stout Patriots defense could reverse that. Murray has more expected future Mojo Value than Dak Prescott and Tua Tagovailoa.
While DeAndre Hopkins has dominated since his return from suspension, “Hollywood” Brown has performed at a Pro-Bowl level as a Cardinal when healthy. He is 21% off his all-time, largely due to injuries.
Poor play, the Bailey Zappe saga, and a lack of weapons have hurt Mac Jones’ stock. Even with the 33% drop in share price since Week 1, the market still expects more future value from him than Russell Wilson, Kenny Pickett and Trey Lance.
Dortch has struggled to find a consistent role in the Cardinals passing attack, which has depressed his future expectations. He has banked $0.51 Mojo Value and the market expects another $1.56 in Future Mojo Value before he retires. He is the 116th highest-priced NFL WR.
Stevenson has been a bright spot on a Patriots offense lacking weapons. The young RB has taken over the backfield from Damien Harris this season. A $1K Long bet on Rhamondre made a year ago with his Multiplier would be worth almost $2K today.
Thornton has flashed in his rookie season for New England, but hasn’t found a consistent weekly role. Every week is a fresh breakout opportunity for Thornton, since the Patriots continue to struggle to find a go-to No. 1 wide receiver.