Stats leaders in Italy unchanged after 3 weeks

Three weeks into the season in Italy’s Div. I, the top league in Italy, and it’s still the the Lazio Ducks dominating the offensive stats.

Lazio still has players leading in two offensive categories, passing and rushing, and a third in the top five.

The Ducks and the Milano Seamen each have three players among the top five in the three  offensive categories while the Firenze Guelfi, Bolzano Giants, Bergamo Lions and Ancona Dolphins have two apiece and the Parma Panthers, have one each. The Bologna Warriors and Torino Giaguari are without representation.

Passing

Lazio Ducks QB Tyler Johnson continues to top the passing charts with 664 yards and 10 TDs. Bolzano Giants QB Austin Gahafer remains in second with 649 yards and 9 TDs. Luke Zahradka of the Milano Seamen occupies 3rd with 624  yards and a league-best 11 TDs while Bergamo Lions QB Andrea Fimiani has climbed up into 4th with 451 yards after throwing for 220 yards in the win over Torino. Nelson Hughes of the Dolphins has slipped down into 5th with 446 yards. 

Rushing

Ducks RB Mike Gentili remains the league rushing leaders with his 249 yards while Firenze Guelfi’s Silas Nacita has climbed up onto the list into 2nd after rushing for 149 yards in a big win over the Lazio Ducks and now has 219 yards rushing. Alessandro Malpeli Aval of the Parma Panthers has 199 good for 4th while Bergamo’s Alexander Germany slides down into 4th with 188 and 3 TDs. Guelfi QB Lynx Hawthorne remains in 5th with 164 yards.

Receiving

Bolzano Giants WR Mark Simone added another 75 yards receiving in the Giants win over the Parma Panthers and still leads all receivers with 306 yards and 5 TDs. Xavier Mitchell  of the Milano Seamen entered the list in 2nd after catching 5 passes for 117 yards against the Ancona Dolphins. His teammate, Stefano Di Tunisi is in 3rd with 196 yards.  Ancona Dolphins WR Dylan Albertson is now in 4th with 181 yards and 3 TDs while Lorenzo Melchiorre of the Lazio Ducks has climbed up into 5th with 139 yards and 5 TDs after three games.

Graphics: Igor Lazarevic

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