I already did something like that with FORScan, I even have saved the logged data and I can't see anything suspicious.
I've triple-checked the TPS and it's readings are okay on all 3 resistance/voltage sensors. Also it was replaced some time ago for a brand new one, as the old one has caused some problems (excessive wear; incorrect readings led to engine shutdown at certain throttle position).
The MAP data also looks okay, I could easily compare the output voltage/pressure with the analogue reading (I have a boost gauge).
IAT data looks okay - on various loads I can see a reading between 28-38 deg Celsius (outside temperature was 20-something on that day).
And that'd be about the sensors I have access to, not counting ones like CHT, ECT, etc.
And if the injector(s) would be at fault, wouldn't that stutter occur in the whole rev range?
Small update: I've replaced the functioning but old IAT with a brand new one. The readings were a bit different (about few ohms), but in the end it didn't change the cars behaviour. I've tested MAP readings on other sensor - it was 1:1 with the original/current one.