With the season now behind us, there's no time like the present to look back on all the numbers that mattered across the year.
From points to tries, to run metres and tackles, we've broken down where our Knights stand in the overall stats tables from across the NRL.
Here's how our boys fared:
Unsurprisingly, Kalyn Ponga was our highest point scorer in 2020, with 132 to his name.
This placed him in 7th place overall.
Enari Tuala was our top try scorer this season, finding the stripe 11 times during the season.
This places him 19th overall, with South Sydney's Alex Johnston topping the count with 23 four pointers.
This is another category dominated by our No.1, with Ponga breaking the opposition line 12 times.
However, across the NRL Ponga sits way down in 21st, with Johnston again topping the list with 23.
All hail big Klem!
Klemmer ran for a mammoth 1,531 post-contact metres, which was more than anybody in the NRL in 2020.
Ponga again topped the list for the Knights, busting his way out of 112 tackles across the year.
This was just 27 short of James Tedesco, who is considered to be the best player in the world.
Surprise surprise, it's that man again!
Ponga set up more tries than he scored, with 14 to his name.
This places him 16th in the NRL.
Klem's again right up there.
Parramatta's Junior Paulo leads the league in this department, with Klemmer close behind in second place with 45.
A hugely impressive number for somebody who wasn't thought to have an offload in his game when the season began.
Goal kicking percentages
Up the top of the NRL list, with a 100% success rate, is the one and only Aidan Guerra!
Aside from Guerra's 1/1, Mason Lino kicked at 94% while Ponga hit them with a 66% conversion rate.
Mitchell Pearce leads the way in the general play kicking department, sitting fifth overall for kick metres (7,644) and all kicks (273).
He also sits third for 40/20's, with two, while Blake Green sits fourth.
Penrith's Nathan Cleary is leading the way in all three departments.
Klemmer is again the Knights' main man in the defensive line, making more tackles than any of his teammates.
His 712 tackles is the 19th most of any player in the competition, with South Sydney's Damian Cook leading the way with well over 1,000.
Thanks to the fact our No.9 jersey is currently cursed, we were well off the pace with this one.
You need to go all the way down to 18th place to find Kurt Mann, who took more runs out of dummy-half than any other Knights teammate (48).
Incredibly, it's Jacob Saifiti who took the most of any Knights player in 2020!
He sits 10th overall with his two intercepts.