As we wrap up the first 11 rounds of the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership season, let's take a look at the stat leaders for the Roosters so far.
TRIES & LINE BREAKS | Latrell Mitchell
After bagging his first career double against the Bulldogs on Sunday, Latrell Mitchell is now leading the Roosters for most tries so far this season.
It's been a development season for the young-gun fullback, but his improvement game-by-game has been impressive to watch.
We look forward to what he has to offer for the remainder of the 2016 season.
TRIES - 7 | LINE BREAKS - 6 | AVERAGE RUNNING METRES - 113
RUNNING METRES | Dylan Napa
No stranger to a big effort, Dylan Napa is leading the way for his side in running metres so far this season.
Napa has started every game in 2016 and always puts his hand up when he is needed to do the work for his side.
A massive highlight this year was his 80 minute performance against the South-Sydney Rabbitohs, which was arguably his best game for the Roosters to date.
AVERAGE RUNNING METRES - 127 | AVERAGE TACKLES - 39 | TRIES - 1 | AVERAGE HIT UPS - 15
TACKLES & TRY ASSISTS| Jake Friend
No surprises in this department, as Captain Jake Friend once again leads his side for tackles this year so far.
Also taking on more of a play-making role in 2016, Friend finds himself tied with Jackson Hastings for most try assists after 11 rounds.
Friend is always prepared and ready to lead this side around the park, and has been doing just that.
AVG TACKLES - 56 | TRY ASSISTS - 8 | LINE BREAKS - 2