Jock MKT is one of the most interesting fantasy sports platforms because of your ability to make money on any individual player available on the market. Other users will dictate the price of players, meaning you’ll always have the option to buy anyone in the player pool.
You may be forced to pay a premium for the best players on the slate, although their price tag will never exceed the $25 per share you’ll receive if they lead the slate in scoring. You aren’t forced to buy high-priced options, though.
With over 100 players on the market, some will go overlooked every Sunday. You don’t need to buy the most expensive options on the market to have the potential for a massive payday. In this article, I’ll look at my favorite potential values for Week 10.
Dan Arnold, TE, Jacksonville Jaguars
Jock MKT Projection: 9.52 FPs
Max IPO Bid: $2.50
Arnold’s quietly been enjoying somewhat of a breakout season since being traded to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Through 5 games with the Jags, he’s totaled 22 receptions for 248 yards without scoring on 32 targets. He also boasts 11.3 yards per reception with a 68.8% catch rate.
Arnold hasn’t found his ceiling at this point because of a lack of touchdowns. He’s been relatively consistent, though, scoring 9+ fantasy points in 3 of his 5 games with Jacksonville. He’s scored 10 and 14.8 fantasy points over his last 2 games, though, without finding the end zone.
Arnold gets an interesting matchup against the Indianapolis Colts this weekend. They’re giving up 260.8 passing yards per game and 8 adjusted yards per attempt. They’ve also given up a league-high 23 passing touchdowns with a 7.4% passing touchdown rate this season.
The Colts have struggled with air yards through 9 games in 2021. They’ve allowed 1,398 air yards thus far. Indianapolis has also given up 1,073 air yards. They’ve also allowed the fourth-most airYAC (2,471) in 2021, as well.
The key for Arnold is that his tight end designation will keep his price tag low, but he essentially plays wide receiver for Jacksonville. Since joining the Jaguars, Arnold’s played a total of 119 snaps in the slot or out wide. Over the same span, he’s played only 77 snaps inline with a total of 4 in the backfield.
One of the more surprising aspects of Arnolds’ game is that he hasn’t been a red zone threat this season. Between the Jaguars and Carolina Panthers, he’s seen only 3 red zone targets, failing to produce with any of them. Still, it’s only a matter of time before he finds the end zone, raising his ceiling on any given week.
Arnold ranks 112th in Jock MKT’s pre-rank for this weekend. He’s projected for only 9.52 fantasy points. Arnold’s a player that’s likely to go overlooked because of his perceived position as a tight end. He plays a massive role in the Jacksonville offense, though, and he boasts 20+ fantasy point upside if he can find the end zone.
Marquez Callaway, WR, New Orleans Saints
Jock MKT Projection: 9.86 FPs
Max IPO Bid: $2.75
Callaway hasn’t enjoyed the breakout season that many were expecting, but he has shown flashes at times. Through 8 games, he’s produced 22 receptions for 309 yards and 4 touchdowns on 39 targets.
Callaway’s certainly been a boom or bust option throughout the season. Essentially, he’s performed well when scoring a touchdown while struggling the other weeks. He’s flashed 25 fantasy point upside, although he’s scored single-digit fantasy points in 5 of his 8 games this season.
Callaway gets a great matchup against the Tennessee Titans this weekend. They’re giving up 265.8 passing yards per game and 6.8 adjusted yards per attempt this season. Tennessee’s also allowed 16 passing touchdowns with a 4.4% passing touchdown rate.
The Titans defense has struggled in other facets, as well. They’re allowing 1,360 air yards and 1,157 yards after the catch this season. Both metrics rank as below average in the NFL. Overall, Tennessee’s given up the second-most airYAC (2,517) in this league in 2021.
Although Callaway hasn’t been a dominant option, he’s seen 523 air yards this season. He’s posted a 13.4 aDOT, leading the New Orleans Saints with 26.9% of their total air yards. He isn’t a dominant after the catch player, although this could be a matchup that he can take advantage of.
Callaway’s also been a relatively large part of the New Orleans red zone game plan. He’s second on the team with 6 red zone targets, turning those into 4 receptions for 37 yards and 3 touchdowns. He also leads the team with 3 targets inside-the-10, recording 2 receptions for 12 yards and 2 touchdowns on those.
Callaway enters Week 10 with a pre-rank of 106th on Jock MKT. He’s only projected for 9.86 fantasy points this weekend. Although Callaway’s a bit of a boom or bust option, there are very few players that will give you his upside for the price. He gets a great matchup against the Tennessee Titans, and he could see a larger role with Alvin Kamara out this weekend. Callaway’s the exact type of player that I like to take this risk on.