Lamar Jackson's Fantasy Football Stock: Time to Sell High or Still Room to Grow?

Bill Enright

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is currently the number two QB in fantasy football but has he maxed out on his value or is there still room to improve?

When it comes to buying stocks, Wall Street Legend Jim Cramer loves to sell off shares of companies that are overbought. Cramer says these are stocks that have "gone up too far, too fast." The former hedge fund manager and avid fantasy football player ask his team of fantasy analysts if Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is an "overbought" stock after his hot start in 2019.

Jackson currently has eight touchdowns in three games (seven passing, one rushing) but failed to throw for a score in Week 3. He's currently averaging 31.5 fantasy points per outing. 

Danny Gipson, currently ranked 15th in the Sports Illustrated Fantasy Football World Championships says this is still an excellent buying opportunity for fantasy managers to trade for the Ravens passer. As only Cramer can do, he connects the stock market to the world of fantasy football and describes Gipson's opinion as a "position limit." 

Comments (10)
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Pern
Pern

Sold him after week 2 for devante Adam's.

Jim Cramer
Jim Cramer

Editor

Maybe he's reached his peak...but I'm holding not selling on Lamar

Footballfan55
Footballfan55

Sell high and get a couple big name productive players for him.

JayInNYC
JayInNYC

I think a lot of people are trying to sell high.

DesertHeat
DesertHeat

Keep and play.

DaBearz
DaBearz

Still room to grow, I think.

JBJ1991
JBJ1991

Sell high if you can.

LetsGoEaglesSB52
LetsGoEaglesSB52

I'd hold onto him and ride it out.

FFBChampx2
FFBChampx2

Sell high.

Jaime Eisner
Jaime Eisner

Editor

I'd sell high if I could, but he's still going to be a worthy QB1


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