These are the numbers that matter.
While stats can't tell you everything, they do paint a very telling picture.
Following a much needed victory against the Eels, here are the key stats.
This is the number of kick metres made by captain Mitchell Pearce.
The no. 7 showcased an exceptional kicking game against the Eels with 2 forced drop-outs and 7 pin-point grubbers.
On fire, Pearce smashed the stats this week.
He added a awesome try as well as a try assist to guide a team mate to the line.
Danny Levi had a busy night in the tackle department.
He notched up the most tackles for the Knights.
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While the hooker didn't score himself, he had a hand in two tries, all done in 71 minutes on the field.
Most run metres in the match by big man David Klemmer in just 66 minutes.
The Knights enforcer also recorded 19 hit-ups and 32 tackles.
Kalyn Ponga was 4/4 for conversions and 2/2 in penalties.
The young fullback was his usual classy self and added a try to his tally.
Ponga also made 160 run metres, had 3 tackle breaks and a squeeky clean 100% for tackles made.
The percentage of completion rate for the Knights.
This was a lot higher than the Eels, at only 71%
The Knights made this number of run metres, smashing the Eels stat at 1352