This post will provide a frame of reference for quarterback single-game performance by mVAL, the stat that Mojo uses to measure the value of stats and inform share prices.
Here is what starting quarterbacks have historically accumulated in mVAL each week broken down by percentiles.
Here are rough statlines for each of these percentiles:
25th percentile - Tyrod Taylor Week 2 of the 2021 season (140 total yards, two touchdowns, six first downs, no sacks and no turnovers)
50th percentile - Zach Wilson Week 16 of the 2021 season (201 total yards, two touchdowns, 10 first downs, one sack and no turnovers)
75th percentile - Daniel Jones Week 1 of the 2021 season (294 total yards, two touchdowns, 15 first downs, two sacks and one turnover)
90th percentile - Russell Wilson Week 2 of the 2021 season (359 total yards, two touchdowns, 11 first downs, three sacks and no turnovers)
In 2021, there were 66 90th percentile or better (.539 or more) mVAL games from quarterbacks. Joe Burrow’s Week 16 performance (536 total yards, four touchdowns and 27 first downs) was the highest game of the Regular Season by mVAL (.916).
Patrick Mahomes (.531 mVAL per game) has the highest mVAL per game all-time among quarterbacks, followed by Justin Herbert (.482). Tom Brady (163.45) has the most mVAL all-time among quarterbacks as of this writing; he is averaging .448 mVAL per game and somehow continues to defy “father time”.
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