This will provide a frame of reference for wide receivers single-game performance by mVAL, the stat that Mojo uses to measure the value of stats and inform share prices.
Here are what starting wide receivers have historically accumulated in mVAL each week broken down by percentiles.
Here are rough stat lines for percentiles on weekly basis:
In 2021 there were 121 instances in which a wide receiver had a 90th percentile or better performance. Ja’Marr Chase’s Week 17 performance (11 receptions, 266 yards, three touchdowns and six first downs) was the highest performance of the regular season by mVAL (.426).
Julio Jones (.152 mVAL per game) has the highest mVAL per game all-time among wide receiver, followed by Justin Jefferson (.149). Jerry Rice (48.26) has the most mVAL all-time among wide receivers as of this writing; he averaged an impressive .148 mVAL per game and enjoyed a long productive career likely making that number of 48.26 career mVAL insurmountable.