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NFL Jock MKT Plays (Week 12)

Do you want the chance to make money without the risk of losing it? Of course. Jock MKT’s essentially offering that for new players this weekend. Here’s the simple process. 


  1. Download the Jock MKT app to your mobile device
  2. Create an account
  3. Deposit $50 using the promo code “KARMA”
    1. This promo code will get you a 100% deposit bonus of up to $50
      1. Your account balance will read $100
  4. Bet up to $100 on the Live, or real money, Market
    1. If you lose, Jock MKT will refund you up to $100 on your first purchases on the Live Market


This is a great way for new users to potentially boost their bankroll without risking anything. It’s that simple. 


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


Week 11 Results

CeeDee Lamb

Highest Potential Bid: $7.25

Break-Even Point: 21

Lamb was injured early in the game, playing limited snaps for the Dallas Cowboys. He ended with only 4.40 fantasy points, ranking 104th in the market. Overall, he was worth $1, losing $6.25 per share last week.

Deebo Samuel

Highest Potential Bid: $5.50

Break-Even Point: 31

Samuel oddly caught 1 of only 2 targets against the Jacksonville Jaguars last week. He salvaged his day with 8 carries for 79 yards and 1 touchdown, though. He posted 16.4 fantasy points, ranking 43rd in the market. Samuel lost $2.60 per share in Week 11.

We got a bit unlucky with the Lamb injury last week. He ended at $6.88 in the IPO, meaning we’d have lost $5.88 per share of him. Luckily, Samuel ended the IPO higher than our $5.50 max bid, meaning we wouldn’t have bought any shares of him.


Week 12 Buys

D.J. Moore

Highest Potential Bid: $6.00

Break-Even Point: 28

If you’re new to Jock MKT, you may be struggling to read what’s listed below the Moore recommendations. Essentially, I’m willing to spend up to $6.00 per share for Moore. He needs to finish 28th in the field for me to make my money back with the opportunity for me to make more if he finishes higher. 

For example, if I buy 1 share of Moore at $6.00 and he finishes 28th in this field, I make my $6.00 back. If he finishes 1st, I win $25 (profit $19). If he finishes last, I win $1 (lose $5). It’s that simple. 

The market was wide open last weekend. Jonathan Taylor and Austin Ekeler were the only 2 running backs to finish in the top-10, and they finished first and second. There were also 4 quarterbacks, 3 wide receivers, and 1 tight end to finish in the top-10 last weekend. Zach Ertz was the sole tight end, placing ninth with 28.8 fantasy points.

Moore’s seen mixed results throughout the 2021 season, posting 62 receptions for 751 yards and 4 touchdowns on 102 targets through 11 games. He started the season off with 3 consecutive 20+ fantasy point performances. He then scored single-digit fantasy points in 5 of his next 6 games. Moore’s coming off of a 16 fantasy point performance against the Washington Football team, though.

He gets an elite matchup against the Miami Marlins this weekend. They’re allowing 274.2 passing yards per game and 7.4 adjusted yards per attempt this season. They’ve also allowed 20 passing touchdowns with a 4.5% passing touchdown rate in 2021.

Overall, Miami’s struggled with air yards and yards after the catch throughout the season. They’ve allowed a league-high 1,745 air yards and 1,450 yards after the catch. The Dolphins have also given up a league-high 3,195 airYAC this season.

Moore’s seen 39.8% of Carolina’s air yards in 2021. He ranks seventh in the NFL in percentage of team’s air yards this season. He’s seen 1,061 air yards with a 10.4 aDOT. Moore’s also averaging a team-high 4.6 yards after the catch per reception this season.

Cam Newton returned last week, boosting Moore’s potential. After getting a great matchup against Washington, he gets another great matchup against Miami. They’re struggling to slow down opposing receivers, and Moore boasts tremendous upside, particularly with the upgrade at quarterback.


Brandin Cooks

Highest Potential Bid: $6.00

Break-Even Point: 28

Cooks’ enjoying a surprising season for the Houston Texans. He’s recorded 59 receptions for 659 yards and 2 touchdowns on 87 targets through 10 games. Cooks’ scored 20+ fantasy points in 4 of his 10 games, although 3 of those came in the third 3 games of the season.

Cooks will face off against one of the worst defenses in the NFL, the New York Jets. They’re allowing a league-high 282.2 passing yards per game and 9.0 adjusted yards per attempt. Surprisingly, they’ve only given up 17 passing touchdowns with a 4.8% passing touchdown rate.

New York’s another defense that has struggled with air yards and yards after the catch this season. They’ve given up 1,484 air yards and 1,481 yards after the catch thus far. The Jets have allowed the third-most airYAC (2,965) in the NFL this season.

Cooks isn’t a massive threat with the ball in his hands, as he’s only averaging 2.4 yards after the catch per reception this season. With that being said, he’s recorded 43.5% of Houston’s air yards. That ranks third in the NFL. Overall, he’s seen 992 air yards with an 11.4 aDOT.

Cooks’ dealt with inconsistent quarterback play throughout the season, but he’s still found plenty of success. He’s coming off of a bad game, but this is an elite bounce-back spot. The Texans are only -2.5 point favorites, suggesting they could throw the entire game. Cooks quietly comes with tremendous upside on this slate.

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