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Jones completed over 68% of his passes, for 301 yards and two touchdowns. The versatile signal-caller also produced 78 rushing yards on the ground. Jones’ price is currently trading at $33.81 per share, up 26.2% over the past month and an incredible 12.8% in just the last week.
Mojo is a whole new pure sports investment — on the entire career of an athlete. The share price is the public's expectations for a player's career based on six objective stats. A player’s value can also be affected by the result of a single game.
Here is my favorite Mojo investment for Saturday’s fantastic two-game slate of games for the Divisional Round.
If the Giants are going to upset the top-seeded Eagles, they will need to attack Philadelphia in a very precise way. The Eagles rank first overall in pass defense DVOA per FootballOutsiders and are elite at limiting the opposition’s top wideouts. Philadelphia ranks second in DVOA against opposing WR1s and sixth against opposing WR2s. New York will certainly feature running back Saquon Barkley, but they should also be able to move the ball through their tight end, Daniel Bellinger.
The 22-year-old tight end brings elite speed to a strong 6-foot-5, 250-pound frame. Bellinger has served as an integral part of the Giants offense, despite struggling to see consistent targets in the passing game. He has tallied two or fewer receptions in three of New York’s last four games, but he has averaged over an 80% snap share in the cumulative games since Week 13. Bellinger will need to be on the field against Philadelphia and should find quality opportunities to produce in the short to intermediate area of the field.
Bellinger found the end zone in the upset of the Vikings and has actually caught three total touchdowns this year on just seven red zone targets. He missed four games with an eye socket fracture after Week 7 but is now a reliable target for quarterback Daniel Jones.
Philadelphia has been stout all season against opposing wideouts but has allowed the fifth-most receptions (29) to opposing tight ends over the past five games. Over the past three weeks? The Eagles have allowed the third-most receptions to the position.
Bellinger’s price on Mojo is still low, trading at just $2.51 per share. Over the past year, Bellinger’s price has dropped from a high of $3.54 per share, leaving plenty of room to grow with a big performance.
His price has actually seen a $0.16 increase since last week, illustrating how just a few catches or a touchdown can provide us a great short-term return.
I believe the Giants will keep this game close, as this is their third battle with NFC East rival Philadelphia. I don’t see wideouts Richie James or Darius Slayton producing big numbers against the Eagles elite cornerbacks. While Barkley will see a ton of opportunities, I project just enough work for Daniel Bellinger to make him a great Mojo investment for the Divisional Saturday NFL slate.
Mike is Chief Content Officer here at FTN, having worked in fantasy football and sports betting since 2016. He has provided written, audio, and video content for NFL, NCAAB, and NBA, and finished as the No. 1 overall preseason RB ranker for the 2021 NFL season.