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NFL Jock MKT Plays – Thanksgiving Day DFS Picks

Welcome into our Jock MKT Plays for the Thanksgiving Day slate! If you’ve never played on Jock MKT before, click HERE or download the app to your mobile device, sign up using code ‘KARMA’ and secure your $100 deposit bonus. You ALSO get your first NFL contest you play in guaranteed up to $100. This means if you lose money in your first time playing an NFL cash market, Jock MKT will refund you up to $100!. Let’s get to the plays…

What Is Jock MKT? 

The simplest way to outline this is daily fantasy sports meets the stock market. You’ll purchase shares of players for varying amounts, depending on how much others are willing to pay for them during the IPO. Once the Live Trading starts, you can buy players that others want to sell or sell your players during the game. Once all of the games have ended, you will receive money based on how well your player performs compared to the field on the Jock MKT app for this week. 

You can find more detailed information on this fresh way to play DFS here

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Top Player

Devin Singletary

Projected Rank: 15th

Jock MKT Projection: 13.95 Fantasy Points

I can’t believe I’m not writing up a Buffalo pass-catcher in this section, but here we are. Singletary has absolutely dominated the snaps for this team over the last month — logging over 72% of the total team snaps in each of the last five weeks. James Cook is coming off a career game last week, but I feel as if that was mainly due to the game being out of hand. Don’t get me wrong, I think Cooks definitely has some juice, but despite the increase in touches…his snaps remained below 30% of the team-total. Buffalo skewed very run-heavy last week, which is something we haven’t seen from them in years. There are many speculations that it had to do with the overall health of Allen’s elbow, but the fact is we just don’t know. What we do know is that Singletary is going to be involved as long as the game is close, and there’s always the chance they go more run-heavy again if winning which would help both him and Cook (who is a sneakier dart throw buy). Detroit is allowing the eighth-most fantasy points per game to running backs this season. Buffalo is a massive favorite here, with a 30+ point team total and it’s hard to overstate the spot for Singletary. With Allen’s injury concerns, he’s also closed the gap in terms of red-zone rushing and Allen now only has three more carries inside the five than Singletary. If they get close again this week, I won’t be surprised to see hand-offs as opposed to designed QB runs like Week 11.

Value Player

Isaiah Hodgins

Projected Rank: 52nd

Jock MKT Projection: 2.71 Fantasy Points

Hodgins is very far down in the pre-ranking, but I like taking a shot on him regardless of whether or not Richie James is able to suit up on Thursday. Wan’Dale Robinson unfortunately tore his ACL in the midst of his breakout game last weekend, paving the way for Hodgins and the supplementary Giants receivers to take on an even larger role. Make no mistakes, this team is already extremely thin at pass catcher, and that will surely be amplified with Robinson sidelined. Richie James will likely take on the slot role for this team, but he is also banged up with a knee injury. He missed practice on Monday, but was able to log a limited practice on Tuesday. It’s unclear how healthy he will be on a short week, but I will have some shares of him if he is active for the game. Hodgins actually logged more snaps than Kenny Golladay last week, however, which means he should see an increased role without Robinson. Darius Slayton will be the go-to for Daniel Jones, but there’s a pretty good chance New York is trailing and will need to throw a bit more than usual. Hodgins played under Brian Daboll in Buffalo, and it’s clear that Daboll is fond of him. He’s pretty big threat at 6’4, and at this sort of a cost he could easily break the slate if he gets in the end-zone. I will note that James probably has the best match-up in the slot, if active.

Written by Ben Hossler (Follow @BenHossler on Twitter)

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