These are the numbers that matter.
While the nib Newcastle Knights suffered a 20-4 loss at the hands of the Warriors on Friday, there were still several positives to take away from some individuals.
While stats can't tell you everything, they do paint a very telling picture.
The most running metres of any Knights and that number belongs to Herman Ese'ese.
The prop had 17 runs with 62 post-contact metres.
It gets better. The forward made six tackle breaks and 39 tackles.
He didn't miss a tackle. He also stopped a try with a kick defusal where he pounced on a Blake Green grubber.
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The number of kick metres from the boot of Mitchell Pearce.
In his 250th NRL game, the halfback played a hand in the team's only try but would've had a second try assist had Aidan Guerra managed to ground the ball off a perfectly timed grubber.
The number of tackles made by Lachlan Fitzgibbon.
The backrower only missed one tackle all game.
The next closest tackler was Aidan Guerra with 43, while the Warriors' top tackler was Jazz Tevaga on 40.
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The amount of time debutant Pasami Saulo had on the field.
The 20-year-old made 34 metres from his three runs and 12 tackles.
The tries scored by Ken Sio.
The winger also made five tackles, all of which occurred as he scored the opening try.
The winger also made a line break and ran for 147 metres.