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Ryan Tannehill struggled mightly Monday night against Buffalo throwing two INTs in a blowout loss.
This allowed Malik Willis to get some reps, which spiked his share price despite his own struggles in relief. While Willis didn’t perform well in his limited opportunity,
I believe the fact that we saw Tannehill benched in the 3rd quarter is very telling. Tannehill is officially on a short leash and that makes me interested in going Long on Willis at his very cheap price.
A 25th percentile season by a QB on Mojo is just under 5 Mojo Value. If you think Willis gets more than 20 starts in his career you should be able to profit by going long.
Up 14% in the last week, Hurts has greatly benefited from the addition of AJ Brown. Hurts is one of the best rushing QBs the NFL has seen, and now that his passing efficiency numbers are rising, he looks extremely underpriced on Mojo.
I foresee this Eagles offense as a top five unit in the NFL this season if Hurts keeps up this level of play, I’m very interested in going long on him.
In a shutout loss to the Jaguars, Ryan showcased why he’s one of my favorite Short targets on Mojo. I’m concerned about him in this new stage of his career. His age, combined with a thin Colts WR corp, could be a recipe for disaster.
Ryan is off to a historically bad start, and I could see them finishing last in their division.
Following an incredibly rocky rookie season in Jacksonville, Lawrence had a lot of pressure on him to bounce-back in his sophomore year.
He looked every bit of the 1st overall pick on Sunday against the Colts. Incredibly accurate, sharp, and decisive, Lawrence is one of my favorite Long targets on Mojo.
This could be the year the Jaguars begin to turn the franchise around, and if they reach the playoffs, expect a significant bump in his share price because Postseason stats matter on Mojo.
After an incredible 6 TD performance against the Ravens, Tua’s stock is up 14.4% percent in the past week. However, I think he could be the best QB value on Mojo.
With Tyreek Hill, and Jaylen Waddle in Miami for the foreseeable future with new head coach Mike McDaniel, I think Tua could be in for a major rise in price over the course of this NFL season. I think we are witnessing a true breakout.
Two years removed from the hip injury, incredible weapons and a new coaching staff, Tua could be a dark horse to win MVP this year, and the Dolphins have a legit shot to make the playoffs.