Steelers Panthers Preseason Game 4 Offensive Participation Chart & Personnel

Below are the offensive personnel packages, play counts and participation chart for the Steelers fourth and final preseason game Thursday night versus the Panthers. The fourth game is usually used to take a long look at the bottom end of the roster to gives players one last shot to make the roster. The starters only saw limited action and several veteran starters sat out all together. Nothing stuck out as far as the rotation went, but the most noticeable thing was the amount of plays that Emmanuel Sanders played. 26 plays is proof positive his feet have healed and he looked good while on the field. As far as personnel packages went, the Steelers used two or more tight ends on 20 of the 61 plays with 12 of those using three tight ends in various roles as they wanted to get a good look at both John Gilmore and rookie Wesyle Saunders in this game. On 6 plays they used 4 or more wide receivers.

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Steelers Panthers Preseason Game 4 Offensive Participation Chart

Below also is the personnel packages used on offense and the individual snaps counts for the players that played on offense.

PersonnelRBsTEsWRsPlays
0 0 0 5 1
01 0 1 4 1
10 1 0 4 4
11 1 1 3 25
12 1 2 2 17
13 1 3 1 12
22 2 2 1 1

Play Counts

PLAYERPOSPLAYS
Charlie Batch QB 13
Dennis Dixon QB 48
Isaac Redman RB 9
Mewelde Moore RB 3
Jonathan Dwyer RB 25
John Clay RB 21
James Johnson RB 2
Mike Wallace WR 9
Emmanuel Sanders WR 26
Antonio Brown WR 26
Arnaz Battle WR 18
Tyler Grisham WR 26
Wes Lyons WR 27
Armand Robinson WR 15
John Gilmore TE 28
David Johnson TE 10
Wesyle Saunders TE 43
Jamie McCoy TE 17
Doug Legursky C 13
John Malecki C 34
Ramon Foster G/T 36
Chris Scott G/T 11
Chris Kemoeatu G 13
Colin Miller G 8
Tony Hills G 36
Keith Williams G 12
Willie Colon T 13
Jonathan Scott T 13
Marcus Gilbert T 35
Trevis Turner T 13
Kyle Jolly T 48
Trai Essex T 20

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  • Callouswhisper

    That move Manny made down the sidelines was explosive. I also like how smooth W. Saunders looked in pass routes and he made nice catch on lase thrown slightly behind him.