Written By Dalton Kates
Share prices on Mojo are the market’s expectations for career-ending mVAL.
Wide receivers average shorter careers and have less impact in real life compared to quarterbacks, which is why they have lower share prices on Mojo.
Knowing what to expect from a wide receiver each season is critical to making a decision whether to long or short a player’s share price. Here are the average seasons for how wide receivers accumulate mVAL in a given regular season.
Here’s some examples of the type of WRs to hit these percentiles on a year-by-year basis.
In 2021, there were three 90th percentile or better (3.1 or more) mVAL seasons from wide receivers. Cooper Kupp was the highest performing wide receiver by mVAL last year with 4.96.
Jerry Rice (48.3) has the most mVAL all-time among wide receivers as of this writing.