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