PFF’s play-by-play grading and advanced statistics, which can be found in Premium Stats 2.0, give unique insights into the players who stood out in their battle to earn a spot on 53-man rosters. Here is a look at snap counts, PFF grades and notable advanced stats for every player who recorded at least 15 snaps in the 2021 Hall of Fame Game.
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No quarterback pushed the ball downfield with regularity for Pittsburgh, but the offense kept things particularly close to the vest with Dwayne Haskins. The former first-round pick recorded an average depth of target of just 4.0 yards downfield.
Mason Rudolph was effective from a clean pocket. He completed five of his seven attempts for 81 yards without pressure. It would have been six completions if not for a drop.