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
Joe Flacco QB
72
DEN 1 64 82 146 73 100
Zach Ertz TE
91
PHI 1 62 81 146 73 82.7
Christian McCaffrey RB
92
CAR 1 67 79 146 73 100 2
Cam Newton QB
85
CAR 1 67 79 146 73 100
Lamar Jackson QB
78
BAL 1 54 79 133 66 70.1
Russell Wilson QB
89
SEA 1 53 79 132 66 100
Courtland Sutton WR
74
DEN 1 57 78 135 67 0
Nelson Agholor WR
81
PHI 1 60 78 138 69 80 1
Curtis Samuel WR
77
CAR 1 62 77 140 70 92.5
Emmanuel Sanders WR
89
DEN 1 57 76 133 66 89.1 2
Josh Allen QB
76
BUF 1 69 76 145 72 100 2
Patrick Mahomes QB
98
KC 1 59 76 135 67 86.8
Carson Wentz QB
80
PHI 1 75 75 150 75 100 1
D.J. Moore WR
66
CAR 1 63 75 138 69 94
JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR
72
PHI 1 5 75 89 44 6.7
Aaron Rodgers QB
88
GB 1 64 74 138 69 100
Jacoby Brissett QB
70
IND 1 63 72 135 67 100
Jimmy Garoppolo QB
79
SF 1 68 72 140 70 100
Tom Brady QB
97
NE 1 70 72 142 71 100 1
Davante Adams WR
94
GB 1 62 71 133 66 96.9
Andy Dalton QB
79
CIN 1 77 70 147 73 100
D.K. Metcalf WR
74
SEA 1 41 70 111 55 77.4 1
Dak Prescott QB
83
DAL 1 65 70 135 67 95.6
Eli Manning QB
73
NYG 2 64 70 134 67 92.8
Jared Goff QB
82
LAR 1 77 70 147 73 100 1
Sammy Watkins WR
81
KC 1 65 70 135 67 95.6 3
Tyler Lockett WR
86
SEA 1 48 70 131 65 90.6 1
Demarcus Robinson WR
75
KC 1 43 69 128 64 63.2 2
Mack Hollins WR
69
PHI 1 10 69 99 49 13.3
Robert Woods WR
88
LAR 1 73 69 143 71 94.8
Brandin Cooks WR
89
LAR 1 71 68 140 70 92.2 1
Gardner Minshew QB
72
JAX 1 47 67 114 57 81
Philip Rivers QB
93
LAC 1 64 67 131 65 100
Cooper Kupp WR
86
LAR 1 69 66 135 67 89.6
Deshaun Watson QB
84
HOU 1 67 66 133 66 100 2
Julian Edelman WR
90
NE 1 67 66 133 66 95.7
Matt Ryan QB
90
ATL 1 78 66 144 72 100
Derek Carr QB
78
OAK 1 58 65 123 61 100
Greg Olsen TE
88
CAR 1 63 65 128 64 94
Jameis Winston QB
74
TB 1 70 65 135 67 100
Kirk Cousins QB
79
MIN 1 53 65 118 59 100 1
Kyle Rudolph TE
87
MIN 1 53 65 129 64 100
Leonard Fournette RB
80
JAX 1 50 65 115 57 86.2
Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR
76
GB 1 42 65 107 53 65.6
T.Y. Hilton WR
92
IND 1 56 65 121 60 88.9 3
Travis Kelce TE
94
KC 1 50 65 115 57 73.5 1
Amari Cooper WR
87
DAL 1 52 64 116 58 76.5 2
Adam Thielen WR
93
MIN 1 47 64 113 56 88.7 1
Michael Thomas WR
94
NO 1 59 64 123 61 89.4
Chris Godwin WR
83
TB 1 64 62 126 63 91.4 2

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.