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AAF Stat Leaders: Week 4

Week 3 in the inaugural AAF season brought upsets, big performances, and exciting plays. Let’s take a look at the AAF stat leaders heading into the fourth week.

Garrett Gilbert Orlando Apollos
Credit: Orlando Sentinel

Passing Leaders

Garrett Gilbert, ORL814859.382750
Logan Woodside, SA98505162925
Matt Simms, ATL1016059.461426
John Wolford, ARI73466359673
Luis Perez, BIR1026058.859601
Phillip Nelson, SD653655.440323
Josh Woodrum, SL533260.428121
Christian Hackenberg, MEM623251.627703

Through three weeks, Apollos quarterback Garrett Gilbert has without a doubt been the league’s best. He is the only passer in the top ten without an interception, yet has five touchdowns through the air. Gilbert also has 58 yards and a touchdown on the ground, and he even notched a touchdown catch in the first week.

Ja'Quan Gardner Fleet
Credit: Peter Joneleit/AP Photo

Rushing Leaders

Ja'Quan Gardner, SD3528183
Zac Stacy, MEM451884.21
D'Ernest Johnson, ORL261716.61
Jhurell Pressley, ARI401553.90
Joel Bouagnon, SL391543.92
Trent Richardson, BIR591452.56
Branden Oliver, SL371393.81
Kenneth Farrow II, SA361383.82
Terrell Watson, SD301324.40
Justin Stockton, ARI161137.11

After a terrific 122-yard Week 3 performance, Ja’Quan Gardner has raced to the top of the league. His league-leading 281 yards is even more impressive when considering he only has 35 attempts. Gardner also has five catches for 45 more yards.

Leading the league in rushing touchdowns by a mile is Trent Richardson, with six. However, his inefficiency from his time in the NFL has carried over to the AAF, shown by his 2.5 yards per carry average. Richardson is also the second-best receiver on the Iron, with ten catches for 68 yards.

Charles Johnson Apollos
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Receiving Leaders

Charles Johnson, ORL143051
Rashad Ross, ARI152214
Quinton Patton, BIR112090
Mekale McKay, SA112071
Jalin Marshall, ORL71502
Seantavius Jones, ATL101380
De'Mornay Pierson-El, SL131251
Josh Huff, ARI71200
Nelson Spruce, SD91192
Gavin Escobar, SD101180
Brian Brown, SD101070
Alonzo Moore, SA71060

The league’s best quarterback has certainly benefited from having Charles Johnson on his team. Averaging over 100 yards per game, Johnson is a terrific deep threat for the Apollos. He is joined by teammate Jalin Marshall in the top ten, and three others with over 50 receiving yards. The passing game has been a work in progress for most of the league this season.



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