Steelers training camp 2022 stats: first four practices

As we will after every day off, we’re tracking the Pittsburgh Steelers summer 2022 training camp stats. We don’t owe these stats but use them as one piece of a great puzzle. It provides the ability to produce additional context on how specifically a player is performing. If the receiver is playing on the field, if the midfielder is pushing the ball, who is taking the ball away, and who is getting the carry. We’ve been doing this for years and you guys like it, so we’ll keep tracking it.

I need to add one note here. With the rain and second day conditions, I don’t have a regular graph and tracker for that. So these numbers/plays will not count towards much in this article or in any other future camp stats. Kinda bad but that’s the only thing I can do. However, I do calculate the seven-shot period in terms of yards, touchdowns, interceptions, etc., because I have all of those plays that are reliably tracked.

With that, here are the stats I have from that small part of day #2 along with practice #1,3 and 4.

Bootcamp Statistics (Practice #1, 3-4)

quarterback

Mason Rudolph: 22/32 (68.9%) 181 yards (5.7 YPA), 4 TDs 0 INTs – 8.2 YPC
Mitch Trubesky: 16/32 (50%) 159 yards (5.0 YPA), 3 TDs 3 INTs – 9.9 YPC
Kenny Beckett: 13/26 (50%) 55 yards (2.1 YPA), 1 TD 2 INTs – 4.2 YPC
Chris Oldcon: 0/0 yards

QB . representatives

Mitch Trubesky: 44 (12-N/A-16-16)
Mason Rudolph: 41 (12-N/A-15-14)
Kenny Beckett: 37 (12-N/A-12-13)
Chris Oldcon: 0 (0-0-0-0)

– Rudolph has taken better care of the ball (although Justin Lane has dropped his IQ, again, the stats don’t provide all the context) and has the best YPA even though Trubisky has the best yards on every achievement and drives the ball down effectively.

Kenny Beckett’s numbers… are not good. Not here to make people upset but numbers are numbers. Completing half of his passes and the stats highlight what I see, time and time again. This does not take into account the difficulties he had in getting the ball out in time either. His longest finish is nine yards which came in a pop pass to Calvin Austin behind LOS. Saturday was at least a better day for him, but the numbers show the difference between him and Rudolf/Trubesky.

– Chris Oldcon with the big goose egg after four days. Can’t even get reps in 7 vs 7.

– In general, the top three QB reps are equal. Trubisky is up front but not by much.

turn their backs

Nagy Harris: 4 holds, 13 yards (3.3 YPC)
Jeremy McNichols: 4 holds, 10 yards (2.5 YPC)
Benny Snell: 4 holds, 9 yards (2.3 YPC)
Jaylene Warren: 3 wagons, 10 yards (3.3 YPC)
Matthew Durant: 3 holds, 6 yards (2 YPC)
Anthony McFarland: 2 holds, 6 yards (3 YPC)
Calvin Austin: 1 load, 13 yards
Tyler Snead: 1 bearing, 8 yards
Cody White: 1 bearing, 1 yard

There isn’t much to note here in offline situations. Harris, McConnells, and Snell have associated with most campaigns. McFarland’s got more actors than Lambs indicates. Less than holds because he was lined up as receiver/rear winger in pony groups. Three receiving planes operate during the three days I logged in.

Hunting / Targets / Squares / Touch – Catch %

George Pickens: 6/12 76 yards 1 TD – 50%
Anthony Miller: 4/9 26 yards 1 TD – 44.4%
Miles Boykin: 3/5 45 yards – 60%
Calvin Austin: 4/5 36 yards – 80%
Gunner Olszewski: 3/5 32 yards – 60%
Zach Gentry: 3/5 25 yards 1 TD – 60%
Conor Heyward: 4/4 14 yards 1 TD – 100%
Tyler Fons: 4/4 13 yards 3 TD – 100%
Nagy Harris: 3/4 19 yards – 75%
Stephen Sims: 3/4 17 yards 1 TD – 75%
Jeremy McNichols: 3/4 10 yards – 75%
Jess Sternberger: 2/4 15 yards – 50%
Cody White: 2/3 18 yards – 66.7%
Kevin Rider: 1/3 3 yards – 33.3%
Tyler Snead: 2/2 11 yards – 100%
Matthew Durant: 2/2 7 yards – 100%
Anthony McFarland: 1/2 17 yards – 50%
Claypool hunt: 1/2 10 yards – 50%
Benny Snell: 1/1 5 yards – 100%
Jaylene Warren: 1/1 5 yards – 100%

George Pickens dominated the stats sheet with two big games on the court. Receptions 31, 18 and 17 yards so far. Boykin was playing when he could bring the ball. Ditto Olszewski. Tyler Vaughn came out of nowhere by three points via seven shots.

drops:

Gunner Olszewski: 1
Zach Gentry: 1
Anthony McFarland: 1

Objections:

Devin Bush: 1
Carlins Plattel: 1
Robert Spellan: 1
Chris Steele: 1
TJ Watt: 1

– Waiting to see which player is the first to participate in the multiple camps. Interestingly, three of the five have come from full-backs while the other two are from rookie databases.

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