New passing leader in Italy with 2 games left

The Milano Seamen and Milano Rhinos each have four total representatives in the four categories followed by the Lazio Ducks, Parma Panthers and Firenze Guelfi who have three each.  The Ancona Dolphins follow with two while the Torino Giaguari now have one representative.

The Milano Seamen lead the league standings with a 8-0 record followed by the 7-1 Parma Panthers, 6-2 Bolzano Giants and the Guelfi  who are at 4-4 and in fourth.

Passing

Lazio Ducks QB Hans Fortune has regained the passing yardage lead and now has 1,983 yards and 22 TDs. Luke Zahradka from the Milano Seamen has dropped back down to 2nd with his 1,918 and league-best 32 TDs. Milano Rhinos QB Kevin Ellison remains in  3rd, now with 1,681 yards while Tommasso Monardi of the Parma Panthers is 4th. He has thrown for 1,673 yards and 20 TDs. Firenzi Guelfi QB Tony Dawson has climbed back up intot the top 5 with 1,163 yards.

Rushing

Lazio Ducks RB Mike Gentili continues to hold the lead in rushing yardage with 626 yards while Parma Panthers Alessandro Malpeli Avali  has moved into 2nd with 598 yards and a league-leading 10 TDs. Firenzi Guelfi QB Tony Dawson has slipped down into 3rd with 564 yards while Milano Rhinos QB Kevin Ellison has jumped up into 4th. He has rushed for 463 yards and 5 TDs. Newcomer on the list is Fabiano Hale of the Torino Giaguari who now has 437 yards rushing.

Receiving

Milano Seamen WR Xavier Mitchell remains in the lead in receiving yardage for the third week in a row despite a quiet game against the Lazio Ducks. He now has 768 yards and also a league-best 14 TD receptions. Lazio Ducks WR Paolo Biancalana remains in 2nd with 764 yards. Kris Durham of the Parma Panthers is new to the list and now has 707 yards in receiving and 10 TDs.  Stefano Di Tunisi, from the Milano Seamen remains in  4th with 598 yards but with a 3 TD performance against Lazio he now has 11 TDs.  Milano Rhinos WR Giacomo Bonanno has slid down to 5th with 570 yards.

Tackles

The Firenzi Guelfi defense has been solid this year and LB Nicholas Holshee still leads the league, as he has done almost the entire season. He now has 51 tackles in 7 games. Milano Rhinos Matt Conroy holds onto 2nd with 50.5 while Milano Seamen LB Kevin Khay is 3rd with 43.5 tackles. The two Ancona Dolphins linebackers, Nikolas Suppa and Mattia Dal Monte, have held on to the 4th and 5th  spots, with 42.5 and 41.5 tackles respectively.

Graphics: Igor Lazarevic

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