Some don't care for stats, saying that the eyeball test is what matters. However, PFF takes up to 10 hours to watch every player, on every play, to give their grades and rankings. Then there is the NFL, ESPN, etc who have added a lot to their stats to try and keep pace.
A saying, from everyone's favorite in Tuna, was that "you are what your record is." Many use that, discounting injury and the like. Does the same apply to players in being what there stats are or, how does it differ?
From what I have seen, for the most part, the best players have the best stats. What am I missing?