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QB Landry Jones - Pittsburgh Steelers

6-4, 225Born: 4-4-1989College: OklahomaDrafted: Round 4

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2016 Week 17 vs CLE (24 / 37 / 277 / 3 / 1 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Landry Jones had a rough start to the game but performed well down the stretch to help the Steelers to a comeback victory. During the first half, Jones struggled with only 44 passing yards. He did not look comfortable and he often locked into the first option. Late 2nd quarter, Jones completed a screen-pass to DeAngelo Williams who did the rest with a 11-yard touchdown. Mid 3rd quarter, Jones stepped forward in the pocket eluding a sack and completed a crisp 17-yard pass to Cobi Hamilton. A couple of plays later, Jones threw an interception on a passed intended for DeMarcus Ayers. On the play, Jones underthrew Ayers and Browns CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun snagged the interception before fumbling on the return. On the following series, Jones led a 10-play 80-yard touchdown drive that ended with a Williams rushing touchdown. During the drive, Jones completed passed to Fitzgerald Toussaint, Ayers, and Jesse James. Mid 4th quarter, Jones completed his longest pass of the afternoon, a 46-yard pass to Darrius Heyward-Bey. On the play, Jones gave Heyward-Bey an opportunity to make a play as he put the ball up in man-to-man coverage. A few plays later 3rd and 10, Jones found Ayers running across the middle of the field for a 11-yard touchdown pass. On the play, Jones showed patience allowing the play to develop. Jones looked more comfortable late in the game and in overtime as he completed passes to Eli Rogers, Ayers, and the game-winning touchdown to Cobi Hamilton. On the play, Jones put the ball in a perfect spot for Hamilton to come down with the pass and win the game.

2016 Week 7 vs NE (29 / 47 / 281 / 1 / 1 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Landry Jones was much improved in just his 3rd career start. The main issue was that the Steelers offense had to settle for field goal attempts rather than touchdowns. Early 1st quarter, Jones completed a crisp 24-yard yard play action pass to Antonio Brown. A few plays later on 3rd and 6, Jones missed his target on a pass attempt for Brown in the end zone. He was intercepted on the play by Patriots CB Malcolm Butler, who had position on Brown as he boxed him out on the play. Early 2nd quarter, Jones completed a 51-yard play action pass to Brown. On the play, Jones displayed pinpoint accuracy as he dropped the pass over Brown's left shoulder while he was running in stride. A few plays later on 3rd and 4, Jones completed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Darrius Heyward-Bey. On the play, Jones checked through his pass options before completing an accurate pass to Heyward-Bey in the left corner of the end zone. Jones had a 2nd touchdown pass to Heyward-Bey called back due to an offensive holding penalty. Late 2nd quarter with less than 2 minutes on the clock, Jones led a 10 play 66-yard drive that finished with a 32-yard Chris Boswell field goal. On the drive, Jones completed short passes of 10, 7, and 22 yards to LeVeon Bell. He also mixed in a 9-yard pass to Heyward-Bey and a 10-yard pass to Jesse James. Jones finished the first half with 14 completions on 20 attempts for 179 yards including 1 touchdown and 1 interception. During the third quarter, Jones completed passes of 15 and 17 yards to Cobi Hamilton after Brown left the game due to injury. Trading field goals for Patriot touchdowns caught up with the team in the 4th quarter when the Steelers found themselves behind by 11 points. Jones was forced to go predominately to the air without most of his top receiving options.

2016 Week 6 vs MIA (0 / 1 / 0 / 0 / 0 pass, 1 / -1 / 0 rush)

Landry Jones entered the game with 5 minutes left in the second quarter and played out the remainder of the half. The Steelers offense went conservative under Jones, who only attempted one pass. On the play, Jones panicked under pressure and nearly threw an interception while passing off his back foot.


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