INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Updating How the Patriots Receivers Have Performed With Each Quarterback This Preseason

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August 19, 2013 at 07:48pm ET

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Updating last week's entry breaking down how each receiver performed with each quarterback,  here's an update of how each signal-caller has performed along with the receiving numbers from each group through the first two weeks of preseason.


Overall: 18-of-20 for 172 yards, 2 TD's, 11 Passing First Downs

Worth Noting: He's a perfect 2-of-2 in the red zone with a touchdown, and he's also 2-of-2 on deep throws to the middle of the field, with Danny Amendola (his 26yd touchdown Friday night) and Aaron Dobson both having hauled in a pass from him.

By Down:

1st Down: 6-of-7 (86%) for 82 yards and 2 touchdowns - 4 passing first downs
2nd Down: 9-of-9 (100%) for 55  yards - 4 passing first downs
3rd Down: 3-of-4 (75%) for 35 yards - 3 passing first downs

Receivers - Total Stats Through Two Games:

Danny Amendola: 7-of-8 for 77 yards, 1 TD, 4 first downs
Kenbrell Thompkins: 4-of-4 for 23 yards, 2 first downs
Shane Vereen: 3-of-3 for 28 yards, 1 TD, 2 first downs
Aaron Dobson: 1-of-1 for 23 yards, 1 first down
Julian Edelman: 1-of-1 for 4 yards, 1 first down
Josh Boyce: 1 of-1 for 5 yards
LeGarrette Blount: 1-of-1 for 12 yards, 1 first down
Stevan Ridley: 0-of-1


Overall: 21-of-38 (55%) 234 yards, 1 TD, 14 passing first downs

Worth Noting: Mallett right now is 0-of-4 in the Red Zone, with his one touchdown being the 22 yard strike to Zach Sudfeld last Friday night.

By Down:

1st Down: 9-of-15 (60%) for 91 yards, 1 TD, 3 Passing First Downs
2nd Down: 9-of-15 (60%) for 124 yards, 9 Passing First Downs
3rd Down: 3-of-8 (38%) for 19 yards, 2 Passing First Downs

Receivers - Total Stats Through Two Games:

Julian Edelman: 8 targets, 6 receptions, 53 yards, 4 first downs
Aaron Dobson: 7 targets, 3 receptions, 42 yards, 2 first downs
Shane Vereen: 7 targets, 3 receptions, 36 yards, 2 first downs
Daniel Fells: 3 targets, 3 receptions, 27 yards, 2 first downs
Zach Sudfeld: 4 targets, 3 receptions, 54 yards, 1 TD, 3 first downs
Josh Boyce: 3 targets, 1 reception, 5 yards
Kenbrell Thompkins: 4 targets, 1 reception, 3 yards
Michael Hoomanawanui: 2 targets, 1 reception, 14 yards, 1 First Down


Overall: 5-of-19 (26%) for 54 yards, 3 sacks, 1 INT, 3 Passing First Downs

Worth Noting: Tebow has yet to convert a passing first down on 3rd down through just over four quarters of play, and only has two 3rd down conversions in total, which came on a third quarter run by himself for 12 yards during the Philadelphia game, and a fourth quarter run by Brandon Bolden last Friday.  He also has 0 Red Zone Attempts Through Two Games.

By Down:

1st Down: 1-of-4 (25%) for -1 yards, 2 sacks, 1 INT
2nd Down: 3-of-10 (30%) for 47 yards - 3 passing first downs
3rd Down: 1-of-5 (20%) for 8 yards, 1 sack

Receivers - Total Stats Through Two Games:

Kamar Aiken: 3 targets, 2 receptions, 23 yards, 1 first down
Josh Boyce: 1 target, 1 reception, -1 yards
Leon Washington: 1 target, 1 reception, 15 yards, 1 first down
Brandon Bolden: 3 targets, 1 reception, 17 yards, 1 first down
Kenbrell Thompkins: 1 target, 0 receptions
Jonathan Haggerty: 1 target, 0 receptions
Aaron Dobson: 5 targets, 0 receptions
Sach Sudfeld: 2 targets, 0 receptions
Evan Landi: 1 target, 0 receptions