2010 Steelers Offensive Line Grades

With training camp starting up, here’s a review of how the Steelers’ offensive lineman did in 2010. It’s all pulled from the weekly offensive line reviews during the season. Sorry, but thanks to Christmas, there is no writeup of the Browns’ game, and I didn’t break down the Super Bowl.

But otherwise, here’s the grades I put together by watching each lineman on each snap of the 2010 season. If you want the analysis, you can click here, but this is all of the grades in one spot.

Flozell Adams

Opponent Defense Week Good Snap Total Snaps Pct.
Atlanta 4-3 1 47 61 77.05%
Tennessee 4-3 2 36 39 92.31%
Tampa Bay 4-3 3 32 35 91.43%
Baltimore Hybrid 4 44 56 78.57%
Cleveland 3-4 5 48 56 85.70%
Miami 3-4 6 20 25 80.00%
New Orleans 4-3 7 35 45 77.78%
Cincinnati 4-3 8 45 57 78.95%
New England Hybrid 9 52 63 82.50%
Oakland 4-3 10 59 66 89.39%
Buffalo 4-3 11 80 90 88.90%
Baltimore Hybrid 12 39 49 79.60%
Cincinnati 4-3 13 54 67 80.60%
Jets 3-4 14 63 70 90.00%
Carolina 4-3 15 56 64 87.50%
Baltimore 4-3 18 23 31 74.19%
Jets 3-4 19 48 60 80.00%
Overall 781 934 83.62%

Ramon Foster

Opponent Defense Foster
Atlanta 4-3 1
Tennessee 4-3 2
Tampa Bay 4-3 3 17 19 89.47%
Baltimore Hybrid 4 2 2 100.00%
Cleveland 3-4 5 7 8 87.50%
Miami 3-4 6 11 14 78.57%
New Orleans 4-3 7
Cincinnati 4-3 8
New England Hybrid 9 73 76 96.10%
Oakland 4-3 10 51 66 77.27%
Buffalo 4-3 11 75 90 83.30%
Baltimore Hybrid 12 49 66 74.20%
Cincinnati 4-3 13 57 67 85.07%
Jets 3-4 14 64 69 92.75%
Carolina 4-3 15 57 68 83.82%
Baltimore 4-3 18 55 69 79.71%
Jets 3-4 19 47 60 78.33%
Foster 565 674 83.83%

Trai Essex

Opponent Defense Foster Good Snaps Total Snaps Pct
Atlanta 4-3 1 55 60 91.67%
Tennessee 4-3 2 46 55 83.64%
Tampa Bay 4-3 3
Baltimore Hybrid 4
Cleveland 3-4 5
Miami 3-4 6
New Orleans 4-3 7 42 52 80.77%
Cincinnati 4-3 8 40 58 68.97%
New England Hybrid 9 63 76 82.90%
Oakland 4-3 10 10 18 55.56%
Buffalo 4-3 11 7 9 77.80%
Baltimore Hybrid 12 15 17 88.20%
Cincinnati 4-3 13 3 4 75.00%
Jets 3-4 14 14 14 100.00%
Carolina 4-3 15
Baltimore 4-3 18 31 39 79.49%
Jets 3-4 19 0 1 0.00%
Overall 326 403 80.89%

Chris Kemoeatu

Opponent Defense Week Good Snaps Total Snaps Pct
Atlanta 4-3 1 53 60 88.33%
Tennessee 4-3 2 41 53 77.36%
Tampa Bay 4-3 3 36 38 94.74%
Baltimore Hybrid 4 49 56 87.50%
Cleveland 3-4 5 50 59 84.70%
Miami 3-4 6 45 56 80.36%
New Orleans 4-3 7 41 52 78.85%
Cincinnati 4-3 8 13 16 81.25%
New England Hybrid 9
Oakland 4-3 10 39 52 75.00%
Buffalo 4-3 11 66 90 73.30%
Baltimore Hybrid 12 49 65 75.40%
Cincinnati 4-3 13 58 67 86.57%
Jets 3-4 14 65 69 94.20%
Carolina 4-3 15 47 63 74.60%
Baltimore 4-3 18 61 69 88.41%
Jets 3-4 19 45 60 75.00%
Overall 758 925 81.95%

Maurkice Pouncey

Opponent Defense Week Good Snaps Total Snaps Pct
Atlanta 4-3 1 57 60 95.00%
Tennessee 4-3 2 46 55 83.64%
Tampa Bay 4-3 3 41 46 89.13%
Baltimore Hybrid 4 44 55 80.00%
Cleveland 3-4 5 57 62 91.90%
Miami 3-4 6 46 56 82.14%
New Orleans 4-3 7 44 52 84.62%
Cincinnati 4-3 8 38 47 80.85%
New England Hybrid 9 69 76 90.90%
Oakland 4-3 10 34 38 89.47%
Buffalo 4-3 11 74 90 82.20%
Baltimore Hybrid 12 52 65 80.00%
Cincinnati 4-3 13 60 67 89.55%
Jets 3-4 14 65 69 94.20%
Carolina 4-3 15 56 68 82.35%
Baltimore 4-3 18 57 69 82.61%
Jets 3-4 19 14 15 93.33%
Overall 854 990 86.26%

Jonathan Scott

Opponent Defense Week Good Snaps Total Snaps Pct
Atlanta 4-3 1 16 19 84.21%
Tennessee 4-3 2 41 48 85.42%
Tampa Bay 4-3 3 18 19 94.74%
Baltimore Hybrid 4
Cleveland 3-4 5 5 7 71.40%
Miami 3-4 6 24 31 77.42%
New Orleans 4-3 7 5 7 71.43%
Cincinnati 4-3 8 35 42 83.33%
New England Hybrid 9 58 76 76.30%
Oakland 4-3 10 48 61 78.69%
Buffalo 4-3 11 77 92 83.70%
Baltimore Hybrid 12 48 65 73.90%
Cincinnati 4-3 13 51 67 76.12%
Jets 3-4 14 51 57 89.47%
Carolina 4-3 15 45 66 68.18%
Baltimore 4-3 18 52 64 81.25%
Jets 3-4 19 54 60 90.00%
Overall 628 781 80.41%

Max Starks

Opponent Defense Week Good Snaps Total Snaps Pct
Atlanta 4-3 1 37 41 90.24%
Tennessee 4-3 2 32 38 84.21%
Tampa Bay 4-3 3 50 55 90.91%
Baltimore Hybrid 4 50 63 79.40%
Cleveland 3-4 5 47 57 82.46%
Miami 3-4 6 47 52 90.38%
New Orleans 4-3 7 21 26 80.77%
Cincinnati 4-3 8
New England Hybrid 9
Oakland 4-3 10
Buffalo 4-3 11
Baltimore Hybrid 12
Cincinnati 4-3 13
Jets 3-4 14
Carolina 4-3 15
Baltimore 4-3 18
Jets 3-4 19
Overall 284 332 85.54%

Doug Legursky

Opponent Defense Week Good Snaps Total Snaps Pct
Atlanta 4-3 1
Tennessee 4-3 2 11 12 91.67%
Tampa Bay 4-3 3 29 33 87.88%
Baltimore Hybrid 4 43 55 78.18%
Cleveland 3-4 5 49 59 83.10%
Miami 3-4 6 32 42 76.19%
New Orleans 4-3 7 1 2 50.00%
Cincinnati 4-3 8 34 42 80.95%
New England Hybrid 9
Oakland 4-3 10 19 26 73.08%
Buffalo 4-3 11
Baltimore Hybrid 12
Cincinnati 4-3 13
Jets 3-4 14
Carolina 4-3 15
Baltimore 4-3 18 8 9 88.89%
Jets 3-4 19 27 47 57.45%
Overall 253 327 77.37%

Tony Hills

Opponent Defense Week Good Snaps Total Snaps Pct
Atlanta 4-3 1
Tennessee 4-3 2 14 25 56.00%
Tampa Bay 4-3 3
Baltimore Hybrid 4
Cleveland 3-4 5
Miami 3-4 6
New Orleans 4-3 7
Cincinnati 4-3 8
New England Hybrid 9
Oakland 4-3 10
Buffalo 4-3 11
Baltimore Hybrid 12
Cincinnati 4-3 13
Jets 3-4 14
Carolina 4-3 15
Baltimore 4-3 18
Jets 3-4 19
14 25 56.00%
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  • countertorque

    At my company, we do calculations on probability of success (Ps).  If we were to look at the O-line and assume that 1 blown block would result in a failed play, we would take the percentages of each individual above and multiply them together to get a Ps for an average play.  I used Flozell, Pouncey, Scott, and Kemo’s overall numbers from this table and used 80% for Colon (I made that up) and I get 38.02%.  So, on any given play, there’s more than a 60% of at least 1 blown block.  If we factored in TE’s and RB’s, it would be even worse.  For reference, if every O-lineman had an individual success number of 95%, the O-line as a unit would have a success number of about 78% (about double what we get).

    Of course this is a huge oversimplification.  I just thought it was interesting.