This will provide a frame of reference for tight end performance by Mojo Value, the stat that Mojo uses to measure the value of stats and inform share prices.
Here are what starting tight ends have historically accumulated in Mojo Value each week broken down by percentiles for all starters.
Here are illustrative examples of stat lines for each percentile:
In 2021, there were 74 90th percentile or better (.119 or more) Mojo Value games from tight ends. Travis Kelce’s Week 15 performance (10 catches, 191 yards, 2 touchdowns) was the highest performance of the Regular Season by Mojo Value (.321).
Rob Gronkowski (.126 Mojo Value per game) has the highest Mojo Value per game all-time among tight ends, followed by Kelce (.124). Tony Gonzalez (26.62) has the most Mojo Value all-time among tight ends as of this writing; he averaged a comparatively modest .1 Mojo Value per game, but enjoyed incredible longevity.