Compiling statistics can take hours upon hours in order to find the proper numbers. To save you the trouble, here are some of the best statistics about the Steelers from the past few weeks.
I will begin with a few statistics of my own before going on to other various Steeler sources. Feel free to follow me on Twitter @STLRSuperFanDad in order to get some of BTSC’s geekiest stats.
If you are curious about any other Steelers rushing trends, please feel free to ask in the comments below.
The #Steelers current RB room only has a combined 316 carries in the NFL (Conner- 247, Samuels- 56, Edmunds- 9, Nix- 4). They also have 2 Pro Bowls (Conner, Nix). That’s 158 CPPB (carries per Pro Bowl).— SteelersSuperFanDad (@STLRSuperFanDad) July 19, 2019
In 2018 the Steelers were tied for the 2nd most games (4; DAL, LAR) in which only 1 RB had any caries, behind CAR (5). While most games were due to low rushing attempts, @JamesConner_ was the only Steelers RB who carried the ball Week 1 v CLE with 31 carries for 135 yards.— SteelersSuperFanDad (@STLRSuperFanDad) July 14, 2019
Since 2010, there have been 11 NFL games with a single player who had 35 or more rushing attempts. The #Steelers had 4 of them, the only team with more than one.— SteelersSuperFanDad (@STLRSuperFanDad) July 12, 2019
Of the 207 games Mike Tomlin has been the head coach of the #Steelers a single running back has had 20 or more rushing attempts in a game 86 times.— SteelersSuperFanDad (@STLRSuperFanDad) June 30, 2019
Big things are in store for JuJu in 2019.— PFF (@PFF) July 3, 2019
His 30 receptions of 15+ yards from the slot are second-most among WRs since 2017. pic.twitter.com/Taj7GuEFua
Mike Hilton’s 12.4% rush percentage was second-highest among slot CBs last season. pic.twitter.com/e7H09i6XSL— PFF (@PFF) July 2, 2019