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It was a very lucrative Wild Card Weekend for my Mojo investments. 

Following solid ROIs from Travis Etienne (109 yards) and Elijah Mitchell (two receptions, TD) Saturday, Daniel Jones put forth a brilliant performance in an upset win at Minnesota Sunday. 

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. 


I already outlined my favorite Saturday investment, New York tight end Daniel Bellinger. Against Philadelphia’s elite secondary, look for the Giants to move the football with running back Saquon Barkley, giving Bellinger a chance for sneaky production at an affordable cost. 

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 Sunday’s fantastic two-game slate of games for the Divisional Playoff Round. 

Mojo Spotlight: Brandon Aiyuk

What a difference a year makes. 

Last year, Brandon Aiyuk was in Kyle Shanahan’s doghouse, struggling to become a consistent part of the offense. There were reports of inconsistency in practice and missing assignments on the field. 

That has all changed this season, as Aiyuk has blossomed at a time when he is most needed. With seventh-round (and last overall) pick Brock Purdy under center, Aiyuk has morphed into the most reliable receiving option in the 49ers passing game. 

In the seven games Purdy played significant snaps, Aiyuk has produced 28 receptions, including posting the overall WR3 performance in Week 17 against the Raiders. 

Aiyuk’s price has grown at Mojo, but there is still plenty of room for further profit. In the last month, Aiyuk’s value has risen to $13.53, representing a 6.54% ROI in just 30 days. 

Brandon Aiyuk Fantasy Football NFL Mojo Player Spotlight

However, over the last week, investors have remained skeptical on Aiyuk’s value and have flatlined his value for most of the week. With Christian McCaffrey and Deebo Samuel still as the focal points of this offense, There is skepticism on Aiyuk’s opportunity share in the playoffs. 

However, Aiyuk will likely be matched up against Dallas CB Trevon Diggs, who has a propensity to give up big plays. Aiyuk ranks 11th among all wide receivers with eight touchdowns and has two games this year with two touchdowns. 

Brandon Aiyuk Fantasy Football NFL Mojo Player Spotlight

As a team, Dallas ranks third overall in pass defense DVOA, but has allowed big plays to outside wide receivers. The Cowboys rank just 13th against opposing WR1s and are dead-last in DVOA against WR2s. Over the last five weeks? Dallas has allowed the second-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers. This game provides an underrated platform for a huge Aiyuk performance. 

Can San Francisco make a return trip to the Super Bowl? It’s definitely possible, and Aiyuk’s explosive skill set is rare for a wideout with a Mojo stock price below $14 per share. Throw in a 5X multiplier, and Aiyuk is one of my favorite buys of the Divisional Round. 

Residing below inferior receivers such as Allen Robinson and Jarvis Landry, Aiyuk still has room to grow and can crest the $14 per share price this week. If the 49ers reach the Super Bowl, Aiyuk will see multiple chances for yardage and touchdowns.