Written By Dalton Kates
Share prices on Mojo are the market’s expectations for career-ending Mojo Value.
Running backs are cheaper than quarterbacks because they average shorter careers and also have less impact in real life.
Knowing what to expect from a running back each season is critical to making a decision whether too long or short a players share price on Mojo. Here are the average seasons for how running backs accumulate Mojo Value in a given regular season.
Here are some examples of the type of running backs to hit these percentiles year-by-year. There are some caveats due to the fact that running back depth charts and health can be quite volatile, so I tried to find healthy, role-consistent seasons.
In 2021, there were no 90th percentile or better Mojo Value seasons from running backs. Jonathan Taylor was the highest performing running back by Mojo Value last year with 3.8.
Emmitt Smith (41.9) has the most Mojo Value all-time among running backs as of this writing.