Jim Cramer Picks Between the Stock of Electronic Arts and Derrick Henry

Katherine Ross

Who would you pick?

It's time for another round of Stock versus Stat. 

This week we're putting the stock of Electronic Arts up against the rushing yards of Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry.

Electronic Arts, which trades under the ticker EA, trades around $103.

The company is up around 30% year-to-date and up around 4.5% in the past three months. 

 EA announced that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the fastest-selling digital launch for a Star Wars game during its first two weeks in release, Stifel noted in a Video Game sector snapshot note. 

It's important to note that 2019 is a year of wait and see year for the video game sector. 

In 2020, the sector will see new consoles from Microsoft, meaning a new Xbox, and Song--Playstation 5.


"Derrick Henry is going to blow EA out of the water this week. The last three games, 188, 159, and 149 yards, five touchdowns in three games. Everyone's in love with Dalvin Cook and Christian McCaffrey this year, rightfully so. They're having incredible seasons. No one's talking about the month of November for Derrick Henry blew McCaffrey and Cook right out of the water. He's on a tear this year or the last couple of weeks. He's going to blow EA right out of the water," said Bill Enright, co-host of Bull Market Fantasy. 

So, who did Jim Cramer go with? Well, you're going to have to watch to find out.

And what about you? Who would you pick -- EA or Henry?

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