Let's talk about Smucker's.
The company makes jelly, coffee and...pet food?
So, let's put Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons wide receiver, up against J.M. Smuckers.
Smucker's is trading around $107.
The stock is up around 14.5% year-to-date.
Earlier this week, Smucker's posted earnings.
The company posted earnings per share of $2.26, which beat the $2.13 estimate, in fiscal second-quarter 2020. Smuckers posted sales of $1.96 billion, which missed the $1.97 billion estimated by analysts.
Smucker's also posted guidance that disappointed earnings. It said that it expects to see sales down 3% this year, which is larger than the former forecast of sales down 1%.
"It's...coffee and pet food," said Cramer, with disdain.
He added that he wouldn't be surprised to see the stock go down to $99.
However, Julio Jones did not attend the Falcons practice on Tuesday.
Thanksgiving Day, the Falcons take on the New Orleans Saints in the primetime game at 8:20 p.m. E.T.
Both Cramer and Enright agreed that they'd rather go with Jones than Smucker's.