Below is the passing chart of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Landry Jones from the Sunday night preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings. This chart reflects how far the football flew in the air past the original line of scrimmage on each one of his throws. Blue represents a completed pass while red indicates the pass fell incomplete. The yellow dots indicate an incomplete pass during which there was a penalty. All distances on the chart below are from the 30-yard-line.
As you can see, Jones only threw 12 passes that flew more than 10 yards in the air past the original line of scrimmage. Four of those passes were completed. Additionally, six of Jones’ completed passes were completed either right at, or behind the original line of scrimmage. Also, 13 of Jones’ 16 completions were completed between the numbers.
In case you missed it, I have also broken down all of Jones’ incompleted passes from that game with gifs and you can find those links below.