6 stats that stood out vs. Vikings

The Pittsburgh Steelers took on the Minnesota Vikings to kick off the 2015 preseason in the NFL/Pro Football Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.

Six stats of interest from the Steelers 14-3 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game:

  1. Quarterback Landry Jones played the entire game, finishing with 16 completions on 32 attempts (50%) for 135 yards.
  1. Dri Archer led the Steelers in rushing with four carries for 24 yards, including a 15-yard run. Cam Stingily had 11 carries for 18 yards before leaving the game injured.
  1. Archer also had six receptions for 33 yards, a long of 14 yards. Shakim Phillips had two receptions for 43 yards.
  1. Linebacker Ryan Shazier led the Steelers in tackles with five, while Antwon Blake had four tackles on his birthday.
  1. The Steelers had nine first downs in the game, five passing, two rushing and two as a result of penalty.
  1. Red zone is an area the Steelers have focused on improving in, but were 0-2 inside the 20-yard line against the Vikings.
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