Just curious if there are any sabermetric types out there that want to attack this question. Who had a better game yesterday, in terms of giving their team a better chance to win? This is NOT based on observing the game, but rather, it is based on the statistics of these two players only. It also not based on Romo, Brady, supporting casts, coaching, or outcomes. It is more of a philosophical question. If you saw both of these stat lines and knew nothing about the game, which player's production would you presume led to a greater chance of victory? Also, touchdowns are irrelevant for the sake of this analysis. Rob Gronkowski- 13 targets, 8 receptions, 146 yards Yards per target: 11.23; Yards per reception: 18.3 Jason Witten-- 22 targets, 18 receptions, 167 yards Yards per target: 7.59; Yards per reception: 9.28 I began thinking about this last year before the Super Bowl when Giants fans argued that Victor Cruz was a better slot receiver than Wes Welker because his YPR and YPT was higher, leading them to believe that Cruz is more effective. I thought this was probably correct, yet I also thought there is something to be said for moving the chains more consistently by picking up more positive plays. What do you think?