Derrick Henry Only Goes Up, plus Cardinals & Cowboys WRs Gone Wild

When you turn on NFL Redzone, do you want to see commercials? No? Just football? Heard. Let's get into it:

Bills vs. Titans:

Are you not entertained?! The Titans pulled off a stunning upset, tackling Josh Allen (+6%, $18.85/share) on 4th & 1 from the 3 YD line, already up 3 with 3:05 to play. Shortly after, Derrick Henry (+20%, $39.72/share), who rushed for XX and C TDs throughout the game, ran for maybe the most important 13 YDs of the night, sealing the outcome. Earlier in the night he had a beautiful 76 YD TD run, signaling that Josh Allen maybe shouldn’t be the only MVP candidate on the field… after all, he is up +88% on the season, the most out of almost any blue chip stock. In all seriousness though, this is a great win for the Titans, but not a terrible loss for the Bills. Their guys played great – Allen +6%, Beasley +20%, Diggs +6%, Sanders +3%... If the blocking went just slightly better on that last play, we’d be singing a different tune.

Cowboys vs. Patriots:

Entering the 4th Q, the Cowboys were up 17-14. Then… the money was made. Dallas scored another 12, New England another 15, sending the game to OT… in which Dak (+10%, $10.29/share) threw the most important 35 YDs of his 445 total, connecting with CeeDee (+35%, $6.09/share) for the game winning TD. Damien Harris (+22%, $0.83/share) and Kendrick Bourne (+22%, $4.43/share) both had what might have been the defining games of their thus-far Patriot careers, but an OT loss setting them at 0-4 in Foxboro had to dampen the spirits. Mac Jones (0%, $2.66/share) ended the day flat, with his INT setting back any gains shareholders might have made, but he overall had a solid performance – 229 passing YDs, 2 passing TDs, and the best QB rating he’s had as a pro with a 118.95.

Cardinals vs. Browns:

Kyler Murray (+6%, $7.27/share) threw 4 TDs in a beatdown of the Browns, 2 of which DeAndre Hopkins (+7%, $5.53/share) reeled in, with 1 a piece to each of Christian Kirk (+22%, $4.25/share) and AJ Green (+24%, $1.77/share). Maybe it was the 20-0 lead that sealed the Browns’ fate, but more likely… it was the slew of injuries this team has had to deal with. Kareem Hunt (-6%, $14.62/share) – who was up +88% on the season before this game – was carted off the field in the 4th in a calf injury that’s reportedly not achilles-related. Odell (+1%, $1.57/share) left the game briefly with a shoulder issue, and Baker (-6%, $6.37/share), despite staying in most of the game, had a sling on his shoulder during media afterwards… at least partially the reason for his two fumbles and single interception. The only bright side? Donovan Peoples-Jones (+79%, $0.72/share) was able to capitalize on the madness his team faced, and pulled in 101 receiving YDs for 2 TDs, rewarding shareholders to the tune of a +79% gain! Chubb (0%, $8.74/share) remains out until further notice, but since he’s not been ruled out for Thursday’s game, keep an eye on his price if he plays and Kareem doesn’t.

Raiders vs. Broncos:

Call it whatever you want, we’re calling it the post-Gruden bump. The Raiders looked like the Raiders of Weeks 1-3, when they were on pace to set offensive records, instead of the Raiders of Weeks 4-5, who’s play on the field was reflective of the dysfunction and commotion going on in the front office. Derek Carr (+8%, $8.37/share) threw for 341 YDs and 2 TDs and said afterwards that Gruden’s firing brought the rest of the team together. If rumors can be believed… the players might have hated him. Kenyan Drake (+66%, $5.59/share) played like it was Christmas morning, notching a +66% performance, and Henry Ruggs III (+21%, $2.22/share) like it was his birthday, notching a +21% performance. Even if these two weren’t just ecstatic about the HC vacancy, the Broncos couldn’t do anything with Vegas’ run game, since Josh Jacobs (+6%, $1.59/share) and Bryan Edwards (+4%, $0.80/share) both provided their shareholders meaningful alpha as well. If it was a less joyous occasion for the Raiders, the Broncos might have stood a better change. Besides, Teddy B (+3%, $2.10/share) had an impressive 334 passing YDs and 3 TDs… it was just simply negated by 3 INTs and a fumble, to go along with 5 sacks that may or may not have been on him. Both Noah Fant (+27%, $0.87/share) and Courtland Sutton (+15%, $4.85/share) did their part, so Broncos fans and shareholders alike can only imagine what it’d be like if there was a more stable QB at the helm…

Other Notables:

  • Rams vs. Giants couldn’t have been more one-sided if the Rams wished it that way. Sterling Shepard (+14%, $6.18/share) was the only silver lining for a Saquon-less Giants with a banged-up Daniel Jones (-15%, $0.95/share). Stafford (+6%, $6.13/share) & Kupp (+18%, $7.95/share) re-upped on their connection after a bit of a dip last week, and Darrell Henderson (+15%, $2.22/share) finally showed some of what all the pre-season hype expected of him as the Rams went on to win 38-11.
  • With Tua (0%, $3.94/share) back, Jaylen Waddle (+32%, $5.79/share) rejoiced, and ended the game having gifted shareholders a +32% gain. He dropped to $4.40/share after the Tampa Bay game, but if we can trust Tua to be back in action comfortably, we can expect Waddle to keep cooking.
  • Khalil Herbert (+26%, $1.43/share) was Twitter’s favorite PredictionStrike buy and fantasy pick-up last week, and with David Montgomery (0%, $0.96/share) on IR, Herbert got the start and rushed for 97 YDs and a TD, scoring on the Bears’ opening drive. He would have had a second TD, had it not been called back…
  • The Steelers may have gotten the win, but an ugly OT win due to a Geno Smith (-7%, $0.94/share) fumble probably isn’t one they’ll tell their kids about too many times. Still, Najee Harris (+8%, $9.41/share) was a beacon of hope for Pittsburgh, notching his second scoring TD of the season to go along with 83 rushing YDs. He’s up +32% on season, and +55% since his season low point after Game 1… since which all he’s done is rise.
  • Over the past 3 weeks, Jonathan Taylor (+16%, $7.26/share) is up +52%, is 1st in the league in total YDs with 441, and 5th in the league in TDs, with 5. Even better? Last November, his stock was as low as $2.15/share… at $7.26/share today, that’s a 238% gain. Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and Jeff Bezos better move over cause JT is SOARING to the moon right now.

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