2019 NFL Snap Counts (Live Updates)

NFL Snap counts are an important part of gauging where a player’s role stands within a team, and how often he sees the field. They show the total number of offensive or defensive plays a player was on the field for in a singular week. Quarterbacks are generally straight forward, but other skill positions can get a bit muddled, especially in those split backfields. Higher snap counts go hand-in-hand with opportunity on the field, whether that is for fantasy purposes or general interest. Snap counts are broken down on a week-to-week basis for easy viewing, and is broken up by position. You can also view prior years’ snap counts if you want to dig into the past. Keep tabs on your favorite players, fantasy players, or teams by searching through our sortable table. Figuring out who is getting the most snaps can give you an edge on your competition.

NAME POS RTG TEAM DEPTH Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Wk 15 Wk 16 Wk 17 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Brandon Allen QB N/A DEN 1 50 81 131 65 19.6
Jimmy Garoppolo QB
79
SF 1 68 72 79 76 78 64 60 74 88 77 736 73 99.1 1
Allen Robinson WR
85
CHI 1 70 55 59 63 58 63 73 43 55 75 615 61 93.7 3
Carson Wentz QB
80
PHI 1 75 75 76 62 63 61 61 73 89 75 710 71 97.9 1
Kyle Allen QB
66
CAR 1 63 68 65 66 69 71 73 75 550 68 79
D.J. Moore WR
66
CAR 1 63 75 46 60 63 60 64 67 73 74 654 65 92.7 1
Dak Prescott QB
83
DAL 1 65 70 72 58 72 82 70 71 71 74 705 70 99.6 3
Mason Rudolph QB
67
PIT 1 28 53 59 33 77 63 74 74 461 57 71.4
Tom Brady QB
97
NE 1 70 72 73 65 72 82 69 67 74 721 72 110.2 3
Curtis Samuel WR
77
CAR 1 62 77 48 61 59 53 61 53 61 72 608 60 87.2 5
Courtland Sutton WR
74
DEN 1 57 78 65 52 51 58 64 68 47 72 613 61 91.6 4
Josh Allen QB
76
BUF 1 69 76 78 59 65 56 62 62 69 72 668 66 96.5 7
John Brown WR
77
BUF 1 59 60 70 77 53 53 57 54 64 71 618 61 89.3 4
Sam Darnold QB
73
NYJ 1 72 62 61 70 65 71 462 66 79.8 1
Vance McDonald TE
84
PIT 1 49 52 15 37 39 60 51 72 71 487 54 69 3
Baker Mayfield QB
84
CLE 1 73 69 72 69 46 69 68 75 70 70 681 68 99.4 2
Christian McCaffrey RB
92
CAR 1 67 79 58 68 56 64 54 61 73 70 650 65 93.4 14
Derek Carr QB
78
OAK 1 58 65 59 67 73 59 56 72 58 70 637 63 98.9 1
Noah Fant TE
73
DEN 1 52 54 46 40 40 40 48 60 43 70 493 49 73.8 2
Greg Olsen TE
88
CAR 1 63 65 50 66 64 61 54 65 73 69 632 63 90.5 2
Kyler Murray QB
74
ARI 1 89 60 75 63 77 69 65 46 57 70 69 740 67 99.6 3
Mitch Trubisky QB
77
CHI 1 73 61 66 6 65 82 45 57 69 524 58 80
Ross Dwelley TE
66
SF 2 12 14 2 27 33 24 34 52 80 69 430 43 46.7 2
Ryan Fitzpatrick QB
74
MIA 1 45 38 5 27 73 60 69 63 69 449 49 69.2 2
Taylor Gabriel WR
83
CHI 1 67 53 49 38 61 30 49 69 416 52 63.5 4
Chris Godwin WR
83
TB 1 64 62 74 70 57 77 82 76 79 68 709 70 95.8 7
Christian Kirk WR
75
ARI 1 83 56 69 59 42 55 67 68 518 64 67.2 3
Dwayne Haskins QB
74
WAS 1 33 14 51 68 166 41 28.3
Jameis Winston QB
74
TB 1 70 65 77 74 59 80 83 79 85 68 740 74 100
Drew Brees QB
91
NO 1 66 9 70 69 67 281 56 40.8
Zach Ertz TE
91
PHI 1 62 81 76 47 58 52 49 66 70 67 631 63 86.6 2
Darren Waller TE
67
OAK 1 58 62 53 61 57 61 54 57 56 66 588 58 90.8 3
Ezekiel Elliott RB
96
DAL 1 37 53 48 56 67 75 55 57 70 66 586 58 82.5 8
Jacoby Brissett QB
70
IND 1 63 72 71 78 81 76 64 15 66 586 65 82.1 2
Julian Edelman WR
90
NE 1 67 66 39 62 72 73 66 67 66 653 65 99.5 4
Nelson Agholor WR
81
PHI 1 60 78 75 56 61 56 57 55 79 66 646 64 88.7 3
Zach Pascal WR
67
IND 1 23 32 31 53 44 36 59 67 69 66 574 57 67.2 4
Anthony Miller WR
77
CHI 1 16 32 34 45 45 49 42 18 33 65 428 42 57.9
Cole Beasley WR
84
BUF 1 48 37 47 71 42 31 49 28 46 65 466 46 67.1 3
Jeff Driskel QB
68
DET 2 83 65 148 74 20.9 1
Jarvis Landry WR
82
CLE 1 73 68 71 52 49 66 62 71 65 65 665 66 93.7 3
Mike Evans WR
93
TB 1 60 59 68 67 57 73 76 68 75 65 668 66 90.3 7
Odell Beckham Jr WR
97
CLE 1 73 63 71 66 49 68 68 71 67 65 662 66 96.5 1
Jordan Matthews WR N/A PHI 1 3 64 67 33 9.2
Jason Witten TE
82
DAL 1 45 54 37 46 60 72 53 57 56 64 601 60 76.8 2
Matt Ryan QB
90
ATL 1 78 66 61 80 74 69 46 79 64 617 68 87.3 1
Miles Sanders RB
74
PHI 2 36 35 26 22 29 19 33 13 36 64 350 35 43.2 2
James Washington WR
74
PIT 1 36 34 49 45 33 36 27 37 63 389 43 55.7 1
Kirk Cousins QB
79
MIN 1 53 65 61 62 71 71 73 72 71 76 63 738 67 99.7 1
Kelvin Harmon WR
73
WAS 2 15 6 10 29 6 12 9 11 25 63 297 29 31.7

NFL Snap counts are an important part of gauging where a player’s role stands within a team, and how often he sees the field. They show the total number of offensive or defensive plays a player was on the field for in a singular week. Quarterbacks are generally straight forward, but other skill positions can get a bit muddled, especially in those split backfields. Higher snap counts go hand-in-hand with opportunity on the field, whether that is for fantasy purposes or general interest. Snap counts are broken down on a week-to-week basis for easy viewing, and is broken up by position. You can also view prior years’ snap counts if you want to dig into the past. Keep tabs on your favorite players, fantasy players, or teams by searching through our sortable table. Figuring out who is getting the most snaps can give you an edge on your competition.

2019 Snap Count Analysis

If you want to transfer snaps to a CSV, click and copy button is right above the grid.">NFL snap counts are an important part of gauging where a player’s role stands within a team, and how often he sees the field. They show the total number of offensive or defensive plays a player was on the field for in a singular week. Quarterbacks are generally straight forward, but other skill positions can get a bit muddled, especially in those split backfields. With teams using committee backs, we tend to see 60/40, 70/30, or 50/50 splits. This can be a problem for fantasy at times, but we have also seen a few teams support two backs, I am looking at you New Orleans. Higher snap counts go hand-in-hand with opportunity on the field, whether that is for fantasy purposes or general interest. Snap counts are broken down on a week-to-week basis for easy viewing, and is broken up by position. This is the preferred method as you can view all running backs within a team, or just simply over the league if you want to find the highest and lowest snap count backs. Much like any other volime stat, injuries can derail snaps. A starting running back goes down, then the backup is going to jump into a massive amount of snaps. We have seen that a few times of late, with guys like David Johnson or Le’Veon Bell going down. Teams will sometimes use a committee, which is going to easy to identify here. You can also view prior years’ snap counts if you want to dig into the past. Keep tabs on your favorite players, fantasy players, or teams by searching through our sortable table. Figuring out who is getting the most snaps can give you an edge on your competition. If you want to transfer snaps to a CSV, click and copy button is right above the grid.