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With Tua banged up following Miami’s win over Buffalo, the market is going Long on Teddy Bridgewater in preparation if Tua were to miss time. I think this could be a very savvy move by investors. Teddy B is a reliable backup, arguably the best in the NFL. With Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle at his disposal, it wouldn’t surprise me if Teddy’s price surges following a big game in Tua’s absence.
He’s baaaackkkkk! There’s a ton of anticipation in the market surrounding Wilson’s season debut. He’s up 6.47% this week, and I expect that number to rise as Sunday approaches. Wilson is one of my favorite go Long targets on Mojo. Garrett Wilson and Elijah Moore are just what Wilson needs to take a year-two leap. If he doesn’t turn the ball over and shows potential, Wilson could have a huge weekend on Mojo. Add on a free multiplier to Wilson, and double down on the breakout.
With the Bears throwing the ball at the lowest rate of any team in the last 20 years, Fields is down over 8% this week. I anticipate this downward trend to continue over the course of this season. However, I think this is actually a great time to go Long on Fields. The Bears have a LOT of cap room this off-season, and you have to assume they’ll invest in weapons for Fields. Things aren’t going to turn around overnight, but this is a cheap buy window for a young, QB.
After a rough two weeks, Joe Burrow looked like himself against the Jets. He’s up 5% this week, and I think he could hit $90 by the end of the season. His 2020 rookie QB counterpart Justin Herbert currently sits just under $100, and I believe we see Burrow narrow that gap over the coming weeks. Now is a great time to go Long on Burrow with a multiplier ahead of his TNF matchup with the Dolphins. If Burrow balls out, expect his share price to soar.