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BUY No. 1 – DAMEON PIERCE
Since reaching his peak at $7.17 per share on October 23rd, Dameon Pierce has seen a mild dip of about 9-percent and is now $6.35 per share. His Prediction Strike projection (as of this writing) is 15.13 fantasy points, which is his lowest in four weeks. Pierce’s lowest points scored in his last six games is 12.2 points, and he’s exceeded 20 fantasy points twice.
What does this tell us? His floor will only mildly bring his price down, while his ceiling can raise his price up to 10-percent. On top of that, as we approach the final stretch of the season, I only want to invest in players that I am confident in their ability to retain fantasy relevancy into next season. Pierce is top-10 in Opportunity Share (73.6-percent) and Dominator Rating (29.9-percent) with room to grow his role in the receiving game (No. 22 in targets).
BUY No. 2 – JUSTIN HERBERT
The past two weeks have plummeted Justin Herbert‘s share price from $9.33 to $7.79 as he’s failed to top 13 fantasy points while throwing to Josh Palmer and DeAndre Carter. The play with Herbert is simple: wait until Sunday morning. Make sure that BOTH Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are playing. Even if those two wide receivers are limited in their snaps, it’s an improvement to his weaponry.
Herbert is No. 1 in Pressured Completion Percentage and Play-Action Completion Percentage but is No. 2 in Dropped Passes. Last week was the only other time in the past YEAR that his Prediction Strike projection was under 19 fantasy points. It’s also the cheapest he’s been in a year. Before his fractured ribs injury in Week 2, Herbert had exceeded 23 fantasy points in seven of his previous ten games. He’s the same elite quarterback; he’s been hindered by a painful injury and depleted receiving options.
BUY No. 3 – Gabriel Davis
Embrace the boom or bust when playing Prediction Strike. I bought Gabriel Davis before Week 9. He proceeded to put up two catches for 33 scoreless yards, and I lost 14-percent. But the next week he responded with six catches for 93 yards and a touchdown for a 19-percent gain and an overall 5-percent gain for me.
Davis has the rare ability to drop his value by a substantial amount AND make it all up in the next game. For a third-straight week, his projection on Prediction Strike is under 13 fantasy points. He’s topped 16 points in three of his previous five games, including going for 21 and 32 points. In his last 13 games, he’s exceeded 20 points four times. Tied to Josh Allen, I’m fine recommending buying Davis even after he went up 19-percent last weekend.