Hail to the leaders ! - Individuals

With regular season now behind us, here are the individual leaders in each statistical category, for your information.

Passing game

  • COMPLETION % : Dave Dickenson (BC) - 74 %
  • COMPLETIONS : Ricky Ray (Edm) - 479
  • YARDS : Anthony Calvillo (Mtl) - 5 556
  • TDs THROWN : Anthony Calvillo (Mtl) - 34
  • MOST INTERCEPTIONS : Ricky Ray (Edm) - 24
  • LESS INTERCEPTIONS: Dave Dickenson (BC) - 5
  • RATING : Dave Dickenson (BC) - 118.8

Offense

  • RECEPTIONS : Kerry Watkins (Mtl) - 97
  • YARDS RECEIVING : Jason Tucker (Edm) 1 411
  • RECEIVING TDs : Milt Stegall (Wpg) - 17
  • YARDS RUSHING: Charles Roberts (Wpg) - 1 624
  • AVG YDS/RUSH: Kerry Joseph (Ott) - 8.8
  • RUSHING TDs : Antonio Warren (BC) - 13
  • YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE : Charles Roberts (Wpg) - 2 098
  • ALL-PURPOSE YARDS : Corey Holmes (Ssk) - 3 455
  • ALL-PURPOSE TDs :Milt Stegall (Wpg) - 17
  • TOTAL POINTS SCORED : Damon Duval (Mtl) - 191

Defense

  • TACKLES: George White (Cgy) & Kevin Eiben (Tor) - 113
  • SPECIAL TEAM TACKLES : K. Hebert (Ott) & W. Spencer (Ssk) - 29
  • FUMBLE FORCED : J. Montford (Edm), G. White (Cgy) & T. Williams (BC) - 4
  • FUMBLE RECOVERIES : Duane Butler (Mtl) - 6
  • TDs OFF FUMBLE RECS. : Nik Lewis (Cgy) - 2
  • INTERCEPTIONS : Korey Banks (Ott) - 10
  • TDs OFF INTS.: K. Banks (Ott), J. Goss (Hml), O. Evans (Wpg) & K. Hebert (Ott) - 2
  • SACKS :Brent Johnson (BC) - 16

Kicking game

  • AVG. KICKOFF YARDS : Damon Duval (Mtl) - 63.8
  • LONGEST KICKOFF : D. Duval (Mtl), S. DeAngelis (Cgy), P. McCallum (Ssk) & J. Boreham (Hml) - 95
  • PUNTING AVG. : Jon Ryan (Wpg) - 50.6
  • LONGEST PUNT : Burke Dales (Cgy) - 86
  • FIELD GOALS MADE : Damon Duval (Mtl) - 38
  • FIELD GOAL % : Sandro DeAngelis (Cgy) - 76.9%
  • LONGEST FG : Sandro DeAngelis (Cgy) - 56 yards
  • TRANSFORMATIONS : Damon Duval (Mtl) - 60/60
  • SINGLES : Damon Duval (Mtl) - 17

Special teams

  • BLOCKED KICKS : Scott Gordon (Ssk) - 3
  • PUNT RETURN AVG. : Corey Holmes (Ssk) - 15.2
  • LONGEST PUNT RETURN : Bashir Levingston (Tor) - 109
  • TDs OFF PUNT RETURNS : Tony Tomkins (Edm) - 3
  • KICKOFF RETURN AVG. : Tony Tomkins (Edm) - 27.5
  • LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN : Craig Yeast (Hml) - 93
  • TDs OFF KICKOFF RETURNS : C. Holmes (Ssk) & T. Tomkins (Edm) - 1
  • MISSED FG RETURN AVG : Ezra Landry (Mtl) - 41.3
  • LONGEST MFG RETURN : Ezra Landry (Mtl) - 125
  • TDs OFF MFG RETURNS ; Ezra Landry (Mtl) & Bashir Levingston (Tor) - 1

Third, I think your french/english dictionary may have failed you. I’m assuming that Duval made all his Point After Tries, commonly referred to as converts… not transformations, although they are pretty close in other contexts.

Oops. Right, I got some French in there.

In French, "transformation" is when you kick the extra point and "converti" is when you get the two-points convert.

Transformation? WTF? :?

If the League goes to AP, I guess you guys can call it that, maybe "Transformation Converti" "TC"??? could be fun?

Transformation
The 6 points was transformed into 7

Okay, I didn’t realize you guys had a different way of saying it. I thought that the way I knew it to be called was the un-official way to refer to it, however, I am mistaken.

Besides that, I’m saddened but not surprised to see very few Rider names on those lists. Da well, gotta make some changes methinks.

Its not really a different way.
Its converted or transformed into 7

AH, thanks Ro, when you think abou it, that makes more sense than convert.

You're right, it's not different..... just different terminology I meant. I mostly was commenting that I had thought everyone referred to it as a converted touchdown, not a transformed touchdown. That's all.

I realise what you meant.
I was just trying to say it is 2 words that mean the same thing whether or not is is used in football

it sounds better that way.

I feel really sheepish.

Okay, it's hard to tell sometimes without voice inflection and all that. Which is really my biggest complaint about all the text messaging that seems to be everywhere.

I do think that having kids toys called "Converters" would've just sounded less than right somehow tho. :slight_smile: I'd think they were religious figures trying to make the heathens conform. :slight_smile:

im surprised to see an offencive player in nik lewis have the most fumbles returned for touchdowns