That’s where the qualitative aspect of scouting and analysis comes in. You can look at a team built around an older high quality player where others do the running for them and know that it’s the setup while watching the team. So the running stats become less important when judging a player like that, for example. You can never rely just on data or the eye test for player analysis. Scouting is expensive and time consuming so you use data to help filter players and then take on the task of having a scout watching them extensively over video and preferably in person too, to qualify that data and form a proper, informed opinion on that player. It has to be both or it’s not working.