Tag Archive | "Stats"

Steelers Offensive And Defensive Snap Counts From Week 7 – Ravens

Below are the snaps counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday win over the Baltimore Ravens along with some observations Mike Adams played 20 snaps with the majority of coming as an end of the line tight end. He did fill in for Guy Whimper for a few plays at right tackle when he was dinged. […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (13)

2013 NFL Week 6 TOX Stats

With week six now in the books, below are the weekly TOX stats along with the year to date numbers. The TOX stat teams with a plus two or better number finished 6-2 (75%) and that was a little lower than I expected it to be. The year to date record for the plus two […]

Read the full story

Posted in Article, RankingsComments (1)

Pro Football Focus Grades Antonio Brown Above All Wide Receivers

By Matthew Marczi Through six weeks of the 2013 NFL season, the Pittsburgh Steelers have the best wide receiver in the game, and it really is not all that close, according to the advanced metrics of Pro Football Focus. The website gives Antonio Brown an overall grade of 14.0, which is 2.5 grade points higher […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (17)

2013 NFL Week 6 Stats – Adjusted Net Yards Per Passing Attempt Differential

A few weeks ago, I promised I would start posting the league ANY/A differential stats after the Pittsburgh Steelers fifth game and below are the results following the conclusion of week six. I like to use these stats as my own personal power rankings as I believe it to be a good measurement for each […]

Read the full story

Posted in Article, RankingsComments (2)

In Order To Start Stacking Wins, Steelers Have To Improve Their Starting Field Position

If the Pittsburgh Steelers intend on stacking wins now after getting their first one of the 2013 season Sunday against the New York Jets, they’re going to have to drastically start improving their starting field position for the offense. According to Pro Football Reference, the Steelers average starting field position of their 60 offensive possessions […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (15)

Steelers Offensive And Defensive Snap Counts From Week 6 – Jets

Below are the snaps counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday win over the New York Jets along with some observations Offensively, not much sticks out except for the fact that Will Johnson saw more playing time thanks to the team leading in the second half. Tight end David Paulson also saw an increase in snaps […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (18)

Short Passing Game Played A Big Role In Steelers Win Over Jets

It was obvious Sunday in the Pittsburgh Steelers win over the New York Jets that the focus on offense was a shorter passing game and it resulted in a win. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completed 23-of-30 passes in the game for 264 yards and 10 of those passes were behind the line of scrimmage with only […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (24)

2013 NFL Week 5 TOX Stats

Week five of the 2013 NFL season is behind us now and below are the weekly TOX stats along with the year to date numbers. The TOX stat didn’t do so well as the plus two or better teams finished 5-3 (62.5%). The year to date record for the plus two teams is 38-11 (77.6%). […]

Read the full story

Posted in Article, RankingsComments (3)

Tomlin Says Lack Of Turnovers And Sacks Are Mostly A Result Of Them Being Behind

Prior to the game against the Minnesota Vikings, I wrote about how the Pittsburgh Steelers lack of defensive sacks and turnovers was tied to them not being ahead on the scoreboard and I warned that it was unlikely to change until the offense started to get leads, especially in the second half of games. Tuesday, […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (28)

Steelers Continue To Use DE Cameron Heyward Mostly In Sub Packages

Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward saw a season-low 19 snaps in the loss to the Minnesota Vikings and if you are wondering why that was, it’s really quite simple. Prior to the season starting, head coach Mike Tomlin said that the third-year Ohio state product would be playing mostly in sub packages. “We feel […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (3)

At Least The Steelers Have Held Down Their Penalties In 0-4 Start

The 2013 Pittsburgh Steelers seem to find a different way to lose every week through their first four games of the season, but excessive penalties has yet to be a factor. As they head into their week five game against the New York Jets, the Steelers have been flagged all of 18 times for 185 […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (3)

Le’Veon Bell’s First Game Performance Compared To NFL Greats

By Jeremy Hritz There aren’t many bright spots right now for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and it’s uncertain if there will be any sunshine in the remaining games. Yet if there is any player that is giving the team hope for the future, it is rookie running back Le’Veon Bell. While Bell didn’t run for 200 […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (12)

Steelers 2013 Regular Season Play Direction Report

Below are the offensive and defensive directional stats for the Pittsburgh Steelers through the first four games of the season and it’s not hard to see where both units have come up short so far. The rushing offense is just now finding in its legs now that Le’Veon Bell is finally healthy and that in […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (1)

If Levi Brown Plays, Steelers Will Have To Give Him Outside Help

Pro Football Focus has new Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Levi Brown down for 25 sacks allowed in his last 36 games played and that includes the first four games he has played this season with the Arizona Cardinals. I have now gone back and looked at each and every one of those sacks and documented them […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (30)

Why The Steelers Offense Has Used 11 Personnel 65.63% Of The Time Through Four Games

Pro Football Focus has posted the personnel grouping percentages used by all 32 NFL teams through the first four games of the season and the numbers posted for the Pittsburgh Steelers offense are not surprising at all considering what has transpired. The Steelers have used their 11 personnel grouping (1RB, 1TE, 3WR) 65.63% of the […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (4)

2013 NFL Week 4 TOX Stats

Week four of the 2013 NFL season has now come and gone and below are the weekly TOX stats along with the year to date numbers. We knew a correction was on the way in the next two weeks and we got it this week as the plus two or better TOX stat finished 9-3 […]

Read the full story

Posted in Article, RankingsComments (0)

Roethlisberger’s Play-Action Passing Attempts Are Way Down And That’s Not Surprising

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been known for some time as one of the better quarterbacks in the league off of play-action, but so far this season, he hasn’t been able to use it much. According to Pro Football Focus, Roethlisberger has used play-action on only 12.4% of his drop-backs so far through the […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (20)

Steelers Offensive And Defensive Snap Counts From Week 4 – Vikings

Below are the snaps counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday loss to the Minnesota Vikings along with some observations. On a positive note, tight end Heath Miller played 95% of the offensive snaps and was only off of the field for four plays in total. Rookie wide receiver Markus Wheaton saw a season-high 36 snaps […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (6)

2013 NFL Week 3 Stats – Adjusted Net Yards Per Passing Attempt Differential

Who needs power rankings when you have the ANY/A differential stats? As many of you know that have read here for a while, I am a big fan of adjusted net yards per passing attempt differentials as I believe it gives you a true measurement of teams throughout the season. In case this stat is […]

Read the full story

Posted in Article, RankingsComments (1)

2013 NFL Week 3 TOX Stats

Week three of the 2013 NFL season has now come and gone and below are the weekly TOX stats along with the year to date numbers. This week, the teams that had a plus two or better TOX stat finished 8-2 (80%) and if you have been following this stat with me over the years, […]

Read the full story

Posted in Article, RankingsComments (0)

Steelers Defensive Sacks & Turnovers Unlikely To Improve Until Offense Starts Scoring

The Pittsburgh Steelers lack of defensive sacks and turnovers through their first three games of the 2013 season is certainly alarming, but when you consider how often they have been behind on the scoreboard this year, it’s probably not too surprising when you look stats dating back to 2004. Over the coarse of the last […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (11)

Steelers Have Only Gone Three Straight Games Without Getting A Turnover Once Since 1992

If the Pittsburgh Steelers fail to come up with a turnover Sunday night against the Chicago Bears it will make three straight games without one. Dating back to the 1992 season, that has only happened once and it was in 2009 during a three game stretch in December. That was the month that they were […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (6)

Steelers Dime Defense Did Its Job Against The Bengals

Due to the loss of inside linebacker Larry Foote for the season and the fact that the Cincinnati Bengals have a dangerous 12 personnel grouping consisting of two very talented pass catching tight ends, the Pittsburgh Steelers defense broke out their dime, or as they are calling it, the quarters package, in the loss Monday […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (1)

2013 NFL Week 2 TOX Stats

The second week of the 2013 NFL season is now in the books and as expected, the TOX stats corrected from their 10-0 start in Week 1. This week, the teams that had a plus two or better TOX stat finished 6-3 and that brings us a record of 16-3 (84.2%) after two weeks. The […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (1)

Steelers Offensive And Defensive Snap Counts From Week 2 – Bengals

Below are the snaps counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers Monday night loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Surprisingly, the Steelers only played Will Johnson on seven snaps and Kelvin Beachum only saw two snaps as a second tight end. Markus Wheaton saw the field for just five plays but that will change starting next week. Defensively, […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (15)

Steelers Running Game Off To Worst Two Game Start In Franchise History

If you thought the Pittsburgh Steelers got off to a poor start last year running the football, the start of the 2013 season is even worse. In fact, the Steelers 75 yards rushing after two games is the worst it has ever been in the history of the franchise. In 2012, the Steelers had 141 […]

Read the full story

Posted in ArticleComments (23)

If you enjoy our content & podcast, feel free to buy us a cup of coffee below.
Shop for 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers Nike and New Era Team Gear at Fanatics

Archives