Final 2014 Steelers Training Camp Practice Stats

By Alex Kozora

Your final Pittsburgh Steelers training camp statistics. The top portion are from Monday and Tuesday’s practices. Not doing anything with the joint practices because the data would wind up incomplete. Please keep that in mind when looking at the numbers.

Quarterbacks

Ben Roethlisberger: 20/27 1 TD
Bruce Gradkowski: 6/13
Landry Jones: 9/14
Brendon Kay: 9/17 1 TD

Running Backs’ carries

LeGarrette Blount: 10
Josh Harris: 10
Jordan Hall: 8
Miguel Maysonet:
8
Dri Archer:
7
Tauren Poole:
7

Receivers’ targets/receptions/touchdowns

Derek Moye: 9/1
Antonio Brown: 7/6
Markus Wheaton:
5/4
Lance Moore:
3/2
Martavis Bryant:
6/5/2
Josh Harris: 5/4
Rob Blanchflower: 4/4
Heath Miller:
4/3
LeGarrette Blount: 4/2
Darrius Heyward-Bey: 4/2
Bryce Davis: 3/3
David Paulson:
3/3
Will Johnson: 2/1
Jordan Hall: 1/1
Miguel Maysonet: 1/1
Lanear Sampson:
1/1
Dri Archer: 1/0
CJ Goodwin: 1/0
Kashif Moore: 1/0
Tauren Poole: 1/0
James Shaw:
1/0

And your final numbers from the 11 padded, non-joint practices in Latrobe.

Quarterbacks

Ben Roethlisberger: 93/135 (68.9%) 4 TD 2 INT
Bruce Gradkowski: 47/77 (61%) 2 TD 1 INT
Landry Jones: 56/88 (63.6%) 1 TD 2 INT
Brendon Kay: 32/53 (60.4%) 3 TD 3 INT

Running backs’ carries

Jordan Hall: 44
Miguel Maysonet: 42
Tauren Poole: 41
Dri Archer: 34
LeGarrette Blount: 28
Josh Harris: 27
Le’Veon Bell: 25
Jawan Jamison: 14
Markus Wheaton: 1

Receivers’ targets/receptions/touchdowns

Antonio Brown: 37/25/1
Derek Moye: 34/14/1
Martavis Bryant: 29/20/4
Markus Wheaton: 23/18
Justin Brown: 19/13/1
Heath Miller: 15/13
Lance Moore: 15/12
Josh Harris: 14/12
Dri Archer: 14/7
Le’Veon Bell: 11/10
Will Johnson: 11/8
Matt Spaeth: 10/6
David Paulson: 10/9
Tauren Poole: 10/6
LeGarrette Blount: 9/4
Kashif Moore: 8/6
Lanear Sampson: 8/6
Miguel Maysonet: 7/7
Danny Coale: 7/5
Michael Palmer: 7/4
Rob Blanchflower: 6/6
Darrius Heyward-Bey: 4/2
Bryce Davis: 7/6
Jordan Hall: 7/5
CJ Goodwin: 5/1
Eric Waters: 2/2
Jawan Jamison: 1/1
James Shaw: 1/0

Catch Percentages (Min 10 targets)

Le’Veon Bell: 90.9%
David Paulson: 90%
Heath Miller: 86.7%
Josh Harris: 85.7%
Lance Moore: 80%
Markus Wheaton: 78.3%
Will Johnson: 72.7%
Martavis Bryant: 69%
Justin Brown: 68.4%
Antonio Brown: 67.6%
Tauren Poole: 60%
Matt Spaeth: 60%
Dri Archer: 50%
Derek Moye: 41.2%

Drops

Derek Moye: 4
Antonio Brown: 3
Dri Archer: 2
Martavis Bryant: 2
Will Johnson: 2
Heath Miller: 2
Tauren Poole: 2
Le’Veon Bell: 1
LeGarrette Blount: 1
Danny Coale: 1
Jordan Hall: 1
Josh Harris: 1
Darrius Heyward-Bey: 1
Matt Spaeth: 1
Markus Wheaton: 1

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  • steeltown

    Awesome overall breakdown of camp.

    Looks like Josh Harris has pretty good hands. Still interested to see these guys like Poole and Harris and how much they play over the next few weeks. We know Poole can play some special teams, but can he pass protect? Will Josh Harris stand out on special teams? It might be a moot point but I can guarantee if we only keep 3RBs we’ll definitely be carrying atleast one on the PS and we’ve all seen how quickly injuries can occur at the RB position.

  • Alex Kozora

    Harris did have that ugly drop in the Giants game.

  • ApexSteel

    Martavis seemed like he bounced back this week.

  • pat

    Its funny how everyone said DHB wont make the team because he has drop issues but yet AB and Heath had more drops than Bey

  • Alex Kozora

    AB also has 33 more targets.

  • steeltown

    almost forgot about that

  • cencalsteeler

    This is where these undrafted guys don’t get a fair shake. Harris put a valiant effort into trying to catch that ball. In fact, he made several attempts. This may sound funny, but that miss showed me how athletic he is and how he remained focus. On the other hand, Martavis Bryant misses hand fulls of drops and gets the free pass. If Ike Taylor was brought into camp this season, with the amount of missed interceptions he had a chance at, would he have been given a hat on Sundays?

  • cencalsteeler

    see above.

  • Alex Kozora

    That’s just the rub of it. The higher the expectations, the more criticism. Lower them and people overlook it.

    No one talks about any of Josh Harris’ nice runs either. But they’ll gobble up Bryant’s big plays. Way things go.

  • Milliken Steeler

    Agreed. I think Harris is the most promising out of the ” other” backs. He is quick and seems to be able to cut and hit the hole.

    He got pummeled trying to run behind our backups against the Bills but I like his upside the most.