Those often-tricky counting symbols can frequently befuddle, and when used in NFL statistics, can be contorted to prove any desired point.
In fact, there are so many numbers to pick through the hardest choice is where to begin.
His 329 receiving yards -- second-most in NFL history and most ever in a non-overtime game -- define how dominant Megatron was Sunday. His NFL record-tying fifth career 200-yard receiving game displays how ridiculous he's been in his seven-year career.
"Just wait till he's 100 percent," Jim Schwartz said after the game.
Johnson had more total yards than 13 NFL teams on Sunday.
Johnson's numbers left Cowboys defenders speechless.Jakar Hamilton said.
"I don't know," Brandon Carr said, shaking his head.
Reggie Bush found no loss of superlatives for his teammate.
Reggie Bush (@ReggieBush) October 27, 2013
To stoke the fire of that debate, we can provide Reggie with some stats:
Through the last 50 games, Megatron is averaging 106.98 yards per game, second-best of any receiver during any 50-game span since 1960. His average squeezes behind Lance Alworth's 108.28 yards/game (1964-1968) and ahead of Jerry Rice's best, 103.24 yards/game (1993-1996).
Aren't numbers fun?