NFL Snap Counts

The amount of times a player is on the field is important to see how much they play. These are called snap counts, and each snap is recorded for every play an offensive or defensive player is on the field. Snap counts can help identify what back of the depth chart receiver is seeing more snaps, or how a committee of running backs is going to look. Flipping through each week you might notice patterns and trends for certain players. This could be for several reasons, like injuries, depth chart changes, or they either sat out or had a bye week.

Knowing how many snaps a player plays week-to-week can give you an edge when betting player props. For example, if there's a player who is on the field for 90 percent of a teams offensive snaps, yet their player props line is seemingly low, this could be an indication that they are undervalued. Or, depending on the team, it could mean they are overvalued. There are notable confounding variables such as the scheme of the opponent and the matchup at hand, though either way snap counts is one of these variables. For a full rundown of player props line, visit our Player Props page, which provides live odds and analysis throughout the season.

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Passing Yards
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U 287.5
-115
O 287.5
-115
U 288.5
-114
O 288.5
-120
U 284.5
-114
O 284.5
-114
U 286.5
-110
O 286.5
-120
Passing Touchdowns
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U 1.5
+175
O 1.5
-215
U 1.5
+165
O 1.5
-233
U 1.5
+162
O 1.5
-220
U 1.5
+165
O 1.5
-225
Interceptions Thrown
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U 0.5
-105
O 0.5
-125
U 0.5
-114
O 0.5
-120
U 0.5
-105
O 0.5
-125
Score a Touchdown
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Score 2+ Touchdowns
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Score a First Quarter Touchdown
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+1500
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Score Last Touchdown
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To win Super Bowl MVP
+130 +125

The amount of times a player is on the field is important to see how much they play. These are called snap counts, and each snap is recorded for every play an offensive or defensive player is on the field. Snap counts can help identify what back of the depth chart receiver is seeing more snaps, or how a committee of running backs is going to look. Flipping through each week you might notice patterns and trends for certain players. This could be for several reasons, like injuries, depth chart changes, or they either sat out or had a bye week.

Knowing how many snaps a player plays week-to-week can give you an edge when betting player props. For example, if there's a player who is on the field for 90 percent of a teams offensive snaps, yet their player props line is seemingly low, this could be an indication that they are undervalued. Or, depending on the team, it could mean they are overvalued. There are notable confounding variables such as the scheme of the opponent and the matchup at hand, though either way snap counts is one of these variables. For a full rundown of player props line, visit our Player Props page, which provides live odds and analysis throughout the season.

NAME POS RTG
Patrick Mahomes P. Mahomes QB
97
Jalen Hurts J. Hurts QB
87
DeVonta Smith D. Smith WR
86
Joe Burrow J. Burrow QB
94
Ja'Marr Chase J. Chase WR
92
Dallas Goedert D. Goedert TE
90
Tee Higgins T. Higgins WR
85
A.J. Brown A.J. Brown WR
93
Travis Kelce T. Kelce TE
98
Marquez Valdes-Scantling M. Valdes-Scantling WR
76
Hayden Hurst H. Hurst TE
81
Trenton Irwin T. Irwin WR
72
George Kittle G. Kittle TE
97
Christian McCaffrey C. McCaffrey RB
95
Deebo Samuel D. Samuel WR
88
Brandon Aiyuk B. Aiyuk WR
86
Noah Gray N. Gray TE
67
Samaje Perine S. Perine RB
79
Quez Watkins Q. Watkins WR
76
Skyy Moore S. Moore WR
72
Isiah Pacheco I. Pacheco RB
79
JuJu Smith-Schuster J. Smith-Schuster WR
83
Kenneth Gainwell K. Gainwell RB
77
Jerick McKinnon J. McKinnon RB
78
Jack Stoll J. Stoll TE
67
Josh Johnson J. Johnson QB
67
Joe Mixon J. Mixon RB
88
Zach Pascal Z. Pascal WR
75
Brock Purdy B. Purdy QB
73
Boston Scott B. Scott RB
75
Marcus Kemp M. Kemp WR
67
Miles Sanders M. Sanders RB
87
Jauan Jennings J. Jennings WR
72
Mitchell Wilcox M. Wilcox TE
67
Mecole Hardman M. Hardman WR
81
Tyler Boyd T. Boyd WR
83
Jody Fortson J. Fortson TE
70
Grant Calcaterra G. Calcaterra TE
67
Gardner Minshew G. Minshew QB
68
Kadarius Toney K. Toney WR
78
Tyler Kroft T. Kroft TE
70
Devin Asiasi D. Asiasi TE
67
Britain Covey B. Covey WR
67
Danny Gray D. Gray WR
69
Ronald Jones R. Jones RB
74
Jordan Mason J. Mason RB
67
Stanley Morgan S. Morgan WR
68
Tevin Coleman T. Coleman RB
72
Austin Ekeler A. Ekeler RB
89
Andy Isabella A. Isabella WR
71
NAME POS RTG TEAM DEPTH WC DIV CONF Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Patrick Mahomes QB
97
KC 1 55 69 124 62 90.5 4
Jalen Hurts QB
87
PHI 1 67 68 135 67 93.8 4
DeVonta Smith WR
86
PHI 1 67 67 134 67 93.1 1
Joe Burrow QB
94
CIN 1 58 75 66 199 66 100 5
Ja'Marr Chase WR
92
CIN 1 56 68 66 190 63 95.5 2
Dallas Goedert TE
90
PHI 1 67 65 132 66 91.7 1
Tee Higgins WR
85
CIN 1 52 57 63 172 57 86.4 1
A.J. Brown WR
93
PHI 1 51 62 113 56 78.5
Travis Kelce TE
98
KC 1 56 57 113 56 82.5 3
Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR
76
KC 1 34 50 84 42 61.3 2
Hayden Hurst TE
81
CIN 1 45 38 48 131 43 65.8 1
Trenton Irwin WR
72
CIN 2 7 19 48 74 24 37.2
George Kittle TE
97
SF 1 57 62 46 165 55 93.2
Christian McCaffrey RB
95
SF 1 48 44 45 137 45 77.4 3
Deebo Samuel WR
88
SF 1 50 63 45 158 52 89.3 1
Brandon Aiyuk WR
86
SF 1 58 63 44 165 55 93.2
Noah Gray TE
67
KC 2 37 44 81 40 59.1
Samaje Perine RB
79
CIN 2 31 33 43 107 35 53.8 1
Quez Watkins WR
76
PHI 1 22 42 64 32 44.4
Skyy Moore WR
72
KC 2 18 40 58 29 42.3
Isiah Pacheco RB
79
KC 2 24 39 63 31 46
JuJu Smith-Schuster WR
83
KC 1 58 31 89 44 65
Kenneth Gainwell RB
77
PHI 2 26 31 57 28 39.6 1
Jerick McKinnon RB
78
KC 1 44 27 71 35 51.8
Jack Stoll TE
67
PHI 2 37 24 61 30 42.4
Josh Johnson QB
67
SF 3 23 23 23 13
Joe Mixon RB
88
CIN 1 26 42 23 91 30 45.7 1
Zach Pascal WR
75
PHI 2 24 23 47 23 32.6
Brock Purdy QB
73
SF 1 65 66 22 153 51 86.4 4
Boston Scott RB
75
PHI 3 16 22 38 19 26.4 2
Marcus Kemp WR
67
KC 9 22 22 22 16.1
Miles Sanders RB
87
PHI 1 28 22 50 25 34.7 2
Jauan Jennings WR
72
SF 1 26 30 21 77 25 43.5
Mitchell Wilcox TE
67
CIN 2 18 34 18 70 23 35.2
Mecole Hardman WR
81
KC 2 15 15 15 10.9
Tyler Boyd WR
83
CIN 1 52 53 15 120 40 60.3
Jody Fortson TE
70
KC 4 14 14 14 20.3
Grant Calcaterra TE
67
PHI 3 12 10 22 11 15.3
Gardner Minshew QB
68
PHI 2 3 6 9 4 6.2
Kadarius Toney WR
78
KC 2 20 4 24 12 17.5
Tyler Kroft TE
70
SF 2 14 4 18 9 10.2
Devin Asiasi TE
67
CIN 3 14 3 17 8 8.5
Britain Covey WR
67
PHI 2 2 2 1 1.4
Danny Gray WR
69
SF 2 7 2 9 3 5.1
Ronald Jones RB
74
KC 3 2 2 2 1.5
Jordan Mason RB
67
SF 3 3 1 4 1 2.3
Stanley Morgan WR
68
CIN 2 1 7 1 9 3 4.5
Tevin Coleman RB
72
SF 6 1 1 1 0.9
Austin Ekeler RB
89
LAC 1 46 46 46 65.7 2
Andy Isabella WR
71
BAL 8 3 3 3 4.3

The amount of times a player is on the field is important to see how much they play. These are called snap counts, and each snap is recorded for every play an offensive or defensive player is on the field. Snap counts can help identify what back of the depth chart receiver is seeing more snaps, or how a committee of running backs is going to look. Flipping through each week you might notice patterns and trends for certain players. This could be for several reasons, like injuries, depth chart changes, or they either sat out or had a bye week.

Knowing how many snaps a player plays week-to-week can give you an edge when betting player props. For example, if there's a player who is on the field for 90 percent of a teams offensive snaps, yet their player props line is seemingly low, this could be an indication that they are undervalued. Or, depending on the team, it could mean they are overvalued. There are notable confounding variables such as the scheme of the opponent and the matchup at hand, though either way snap counts is one of these variables. For a full rundown of player props line, visit our Player Props page, which provides live odds and analysis throughout the season.

Lineups.com 2022 Snap Count Analysis

2022 Snap Count Leaders: Offense

Tom Brady

QB | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • In 17 games played this year, Brady has racked up 4,694 passing yards (third-best in the NFL), with 25 touchdowns (eighth in the NFL) against nine interceptions and completing 66.8% of his passes.
  • He's added -1 yards on the ground ( on the Buccaneers), while scoring one rushing touchdown. He's averaging -0.1 yards per game and 0 per attempt.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Cowboys): 62 Snaps / 212 YDS (66.7%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Saints): 67 Snaps / 190 YDS (52.9%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Packers): 65 Snaps / 271 YDS (73.8%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Chiefs): 64 Snaps / 385 YDS (75%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Falcons): 79 Snaps / 351 YDS (67.3%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 6 (vs Steelers): 72 Snaps / 243 YDS (62.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 7 (vs Panthers): 67 Snaps / 290 YDS (65.3%) / 0 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 8 (vs Ravens): 68 Snaps / 325 YDS (59.1%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Rams): 84 Snaps / 280 YDS (62.1%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 10 (vs Seahawks): 75 Snaps / 258 YDS (75.9%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Browns): 69 Snaps / 246 YDS (67.4%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Saints): 80 Snaps / 281 YDS (66.7%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 14 (vs 49ers): 76 Snaps / 253 YDS (61.8%) / 1 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Bengals): 74 Snaps / 312 YDS (68.2%) / 3 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Cardinals): 81 Snaps / 281 YDS (66.7%) / 1 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Panthers): 78 Snaps / 432 YDS (75.6%) / 3 TD / 0 INT / 4 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 18 (vs Falcons): 31 Snaps / 84 YDS (76.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 1 (vs Cowboys): 82 Snaps / 351 YDS (53%) / 2 TD / 1 INT

Justin Herbert

QB | Los Angeles Chargers

  • Through 17 games, Herbert has 4,739 passing yards (second-best in the NFL), with 25 touchdowns (eighth in the NFL) against 10 interceptions and completing 68.2% of his passes.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Raiders): 67 Snaps / 279 YDS (76.5%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Chiefs): 74 Snaps / 334 YDS (68.8%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Jaguars): 61 Snaps / 297 YDS (55.6%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Texans): 70 Snaps / 340 YDS (69.2%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Browns): 71 Snaps / 228 YDS (64.7%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 6 (vs Broncos): 93 Snaps / 238 YDS (64.9%) / 0 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 7 (vs Seahawks): 71 Snaps / 293 YDS (64.7%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Falcons): 69 Snaps / 245 YDS (69.8%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 10 (vs 49ers): 55 Snaps / 196 YDS (60%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 11 (vs Chiefs): 65 Snaps / 280 YDS (76.7%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Cardinals): 66 Snaps / 274 YDS (74.5%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Raiders): 75 Snaps / 335 YDS (59.6%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 14 (vs Dolphins): 80 Snaps / 367 YDS (76.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Titans): 71 Snaps / 313 YDS (66.7%) / 0 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Colts): 68 Snaps / 235 YDS (77.4%) / 0 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Rams): 51 Snaps / 212 YDS (75%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Broncos): 55 Snaps / 273 YDS (67.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 1 (vs Jaguars): 70 Snaps / 273 YDS (58.1%) / 1 TD / 0 INT

Jared Goff

QB | Detroit Lions

  • In 17 games this season, Goff has racked up 4,438 passing yards (sixth-best in the NFL), with 29 touchdowns (fifth in the NFL) against seven interceptions and completing 65.1% of his attempts.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Eagles): 69 Snaps / 215 YDS (56.8%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Commanders): 61 Snaps / 256 YDS (58.8%) / 4 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Vikings): 78 Snaps / 277 YDS (61%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Seahawks): 74 Snaps / 378 YDS (66.7%) / 4 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Patriots): 66 Snaps / 229 YDS (54.3%) / 0 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 7 (vs Cowboys): 59 Snaps / 228 YDS (80.8%) / 0 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 8 (vs Dolphins): 60 Snaps / 321 YDS (73%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Packers): 62 Snaps / 137 YDS (53.8%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 10 (vs Bears): 62 Snaps / 236 YDS (73.1%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 11 (vs Giants): 67 Snaps / 165 YDS (65.4%) / 0 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Bills): 71 Snaps / 240 YDS (62.2%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Jaguars): 74 Snaps / 340 YDS (75.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 14 (vs Vikings): 70 Snaps / 330 YDS (69.2%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Jets): 68 Snaps / 252 YDS (60.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Panthers): 66 Snaps / 355 YDS (59.5%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Bears): 64 Snaps / 255 YDS (72.4%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Packers): 62 Snaps / 224 YDS (67.6%) / 0 TD / 0 INT

Patrick Mahomes II

QB | Kansas City Chiefs

  • Mahomes has 5,250 passing yards (which ranks first in the NFL), 41 touchdowns (first in the NFL) and 12 interceptions. His completion percentage is 67.1% and he averages 308.8 yards per game and 8.1 per attempt.
  • He has also added 358 rushing yards (second on the Chiefs), while scoring four touchdowns on the ground (averaging 21.1 yards per game and 5.9 per carry).

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Cardinals): 65 Snaps / 360 YDS (76.9%) / 5 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Chargers): 57 Snaps / 235 YDS (68.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Colts): 63 Snaps / 262 YDS (57.1%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Buccaneers): 80 Snaps / 249 YDS (62.2%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Raiders): 72 Snaps / 292 YDS (67.4%) / 4 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 6 (vs Bills): 67 Snaps / 338 YDS (62.5%) / 2 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 7 (vs 49ers): 58 Snaps / 423 YDS (73.5%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Titans): 100 Snaps / 446 YDS (63.2%) / 1 TD / 1 INT / 63 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 10 (vs Jaguars): 63 Snaps / 331 YDS (74.3%) / 4 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 11 (vs Chargers): 65 Snaps / 329 YDS (58.8%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Rams): 76 Snaps / 320 YDS (64.3%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Bengals): 55 Snaps / 223 YDS (59.3%) / 1 TD / 0 INT / 9 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 14 (vs Broncos): 68 Snaps / 352 YDS (66.7%) / 3 TD / 3 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Texans): 77 Snaps / 336 YDS (87.8%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 33 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 16 (vs Seahawks): 53 Snaps / 224 YDS (57.1%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 8 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 17 (vs Broncos): 60 Snaps / 328 YDS (69%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Raiders): 52 Snaps / 202 YDS (69.2%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Jaguars): 55 Snaps / 195 YDS (73.3%) / 2 TD / 0 INT

Kirk Cousins

QB | Minnesota Vikings

  • Cousins has 4,547 passing yards (fourth in the NFL), 29 touchdowns (fifth in the NFL) and 14 interceptions this year. He has completed 65.9% of his passes, averaging 267.5 yards per game and 7.1 per attempt.
  • He has added 97 rushing yards (5.7 per game) and two touchdowns on the ground.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Packers): 62 Snaps / 277 YDS (71.9%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Eagles): 61 Snaps / 221 YDS (58.7%) / 1 TD / 3 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Lions): 72 Snaps / 260 YDS (58.5%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Saints): 72 Snaps / 273 YDS (65.8%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Bears): 79 Snaps / 296 YDS (78%) / 1 TD / 1 INT / 4 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 6 (vs Dolphins): 52 Snaps / 175 YDS (66.7%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 8 (vs Cardinals): 71 Snaps / 232 YDS (66.7%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 22 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 9 (vs Commanders): 65 Snaps / 265 YDS (55%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 10 (vs Bills): 83 Snaps / 357 YDS (60%) / 1 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 11 (vs Cowboys): 45 Snaps / 105 YDS (52.2%) / 0 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Patriots): 69 Snaps / 299 YDS (81.1%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Jets): 68 Snaps / 173 YDS (60%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 14 (vs Lions): 65 Snaps / 425 YDS (75.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Colts): 90 Snaps / 460 YDS (63%) / 4 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Giants): 72 Snaps / 299 YDS (70.8%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Packers): 50 Snaps / 205 YDS (58.1%) / 1 TD / 3 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Bears): 38 Snaps / 225 YDS (85%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 1 (vs Giants): 57 Snaps / 273 YDS (79.5%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 1 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD

Trevor Lawrence

QB | Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Lawrence has passed for 4,113 yards (ninth in the NFL), 25 touchdowns (eighth in the NFL) and eight interceptions this year. He is averaging 241.9 yards per game and 7 per attempt, while completing 66.3%.
  • He has also rushed for 291 yards (second on the Jaguars) and added five touchdowns on the ground, while averaging 17.1 rushing yards per game.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Commanders): 70 Snaps / 275 YDS (57.1%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Colts): 71 Snaps / 235 YDS (83.3%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Chargers): 75 Snaps / 262 YDS (71.8%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Eagles): 47 Snaps / 174 YDS (47.8%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Texans): 75 Snaps / 286 YDS (53.2%) / 0 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 6 (vs Colts): 63 Snaps / 165 YDS (90.9%) / 1 TD / 0 INT / 23 RUSH YDS / 2 RUSH TD
  • Week 7 (vs Giants): 71 Snaps / 310 YDS (51.2%) / 0 TD / 0 INT / 3 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 8 (vs Broncos): 72 Snaps / 133 YDS (58.1%) / 1 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Raiders): 69 Snaps / 235 YDS (80.6%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 10 (vs Chiefs): 64 Snaps / 259 YDS (72.5%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Ravens): 63 Snaps / 321 YDS (78.4%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Lions): 52 Snaps / 179 YDS (54.8%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 14 (vs Titans): 72 Snaps / 368 YDS (71.4%) / 3 TD / 0 INT / 7 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 15 (vs Cowboys): 70 Snaps / 318 YDS (64.3%) / 4 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Jets): 69 Snaps / 229 YDS (64.5%) / 0 TD / 0 INT / 51 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 17 (vs Texans): 44 Snaps / 152 YDS (81%) / 0 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Titans): 49 Snaps / 212 YDS (62.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 1 (vs Chargers): 74 Snaps / 288 YDS (59.6%) / 4 TD / 4 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Chiefs): 61 Snaps / 217 YDS (61.5%) / 1 TD / 1 INT

Geno Smith

QB | Seattle Seahawks

  • Smith ranks eighth in the NFL with 4,282 passing yards through 17 games this year, averaging 251.9 per game with a 69.8% completion percentage and 30 touchdowns (fourth in the NFL) against 11 interceptions.
  • He has tacked on 366 rushing yards (21.5 per game) and one touchdown on the ground.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Broncos): 55 Snaps / 195 YDS (82.1%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs 49ers): 49 Snaps / 197 YDS (80%) / 0 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Falcons): 71 Snaps / 325 YDS (72.7%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Lions): 70 Snaps / 320 YDS (76.7%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 49 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 5 (vs Saints): 52 Snaps / 268 YDS (64%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 6 (vs Cardinals): 68 Snaps / 197 YDS (64.5%) / 0 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 7 (vs Chargers): 71 Snaps / 210 YDS (74.1%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 8 (vs Giants): 64 Snaps / 212 YDS (67.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Cardinals): 73 Snaps / 275 YDS (76.5%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 10 (vs Buccaneers): 52 Snaps / 275 YDS (69.7%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Raiders): 65 Snaps / 328 YDS (73%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Rams): 67 Snaps / 367 YDS (71.8%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 14 (vs Panthers): 54 Snaps / 264 YDS (58.3%) / 3 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 15 (vs 49ers): 64 Snaps / 238 YDS (70.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Chiefs): 76 Snaps / 215 YDS (62.5%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Jets): 72 Snaps / 183 YDS (62.1%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Rams): 70 Snaps / 213 YDS (61.3%) / 1 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 1 (vs 49ers): 68 Snaps / 253 YDS (71.4%) / 2 TD / 1 INT

Joe Burrow

QB | Cincinnati Bengals

  • Burrow has 4,475 passing yards (fifth in the NFL), 35 touchdowns (second in the NFL) and 12 interceptions this year. He has completed 68.3% of his attempts, averaging 279.7 yards per game and 7.4 per attempt.
  • He has added 257 rushing yards (16.1 per game) and five touchdowns on the ground.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Steelers): 100 Snaps / 338 YDS (62.3%) / 2 TD / 4 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Cowboys): 70 Snaps / 199 YDS (66.7%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Jets): 68 Snaps / 275 YDS (63.9%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Dolphins): 64 Snaps / 287 YDS (64.5%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Ravens): 63 Snaps / 217 YDS (68.6%) / 1 TD / 1 INT / 6 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 6 (vs Saints): 57 Snaps / 300 YDS (75.7%) / 3 TD / 0 INT / 25 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 7 (vs Falcons): 68 Snaps / 481 YDS (81%) / 3 TD / 0 INT / 20 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 8 (vs Browns): 53 Snaps / 232 YDS (71.4%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Panthers): 58 Snaps / 206 YDS (78.6%) / 1 TD / 0 INT / 9 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 11 (vs Steelers): 66 Snaps / 355 YDS (61.5%) / 4 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Titans): 70 Snaps / 270 YDS (59.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Chiefs): 72 Snaps / 286 YDS (80.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 46 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 14 (vs Browns): 67 Snaps / 239 YDS (54.5%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Buccaneers): 66 Snaps / 200 YDS (69.2%) / 4 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Patriots): 83 Snaps / 375 YDS (76.9%) / 3 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Ravens): 66 Snaps / 215 YDS (59.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 1 (vs Ravens): 58 Snaps / 209 YDS (71.9%) / 1 TD / 0 INT / 9 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 2 (vs Bills): 75 Snaps / 242 YDS (63.9%) / 2 TD / 0 INT

DeVonta Smith

WR | Philadelphia Eagles

  • DeVonta Smith has put up 1,196 receiving yards (ninth in the NFL) and seven touchdowns on 95 receptions, while being targeted 136 times this season.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Lions): 74 Snaps / 0 REC / 0 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Vikings): 72 Snaps / 7 REC / 80 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Commanders): 62 Snaps / 8 REC / 169 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Jaguars): 71 Snaps / 3 REC / 17 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Cardinals): 72 Snaps / 10 REC / 87 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Cowboys): 63 Snaps / 5 REC / 44 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Steelers): 42 Snaps / 5 REC / 23 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Texans): 58 Snaps / 2 REC / 22 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Commanders): 43 Snaps / 6 REC / 39 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Colts): 64 Snaps / 6 REC / 78 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Packers): 74 Snaps / 4 REC / 50 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Titans): 63 Snaps / 5 REC / 102 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Giants): 62 Snaps / 5 REC / 64 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Bears): 70 Snaps / 5 REC / 126 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Cowboys): 66 Snaps / 8 REC / 113 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Saints): 54 Snaps / 9 REC / 115 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Giants): 73 Snaps / 7 REC / 67 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Giants): 67 Snaps / 6 REC / 61 YDS / 1 TD

Justin Jefferson

WR | Minnesota Vikings

  • Jefferson's 1,809 receiving yards this season (first in the NFL) have come from 128 receptions (first in the NFL) on 184 targets. He's averaging 7.5 catches and 106.4 yards per game, with eight receiving touchdowns.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Packers): 57 Snaps / 9 REC / 184 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Eagles): 60 Snaps / 6 REC / 48 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Lions): 72 Snaps / 3 REC / 14 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Saints): 68 Snaps / 10 REC / 147 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Bears): 79 Snaps / 12 REC / 154 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Dolphins): 49 Snaps / 6 REC / 107 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Cardinals): 70 Snaps / 6 REC / 98 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Commanders): 66 Snaps / 7 REC / 115 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Bills): 83 Snaps / 10 REC / 193 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Cowboys): 45 Snaps / 3 REC / 33 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Patriots): 67 Snaps / 9 REC / 139 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Jets): 65 Snaps / 7 REC / 45 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Lions): 61 Snaps / 11 REC / 223 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Colts): 83 Snaps / 12 REC / 123 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Giants): 72 Snaps / 12 REC / 133 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Packers): 46 Snaps / 1 REC / 15 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Bears): 36 Snaps / 4 REC / 38 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 1 (vs Giants): 56 Snaps / 7 REC / 47 YDS / 0 TD

Using Snap Counts to Bet on the NFL

Snap counts are a vital research point when making betting decisions on everything from NFL Player Props to Super Bowl Odds. Knowing how often a certain player is on the field against certain teams and in certain matchups makes it easier to forecast how often they'll see the field in similar matchups miving forward.

As of January 1st, residents across the state of Ohio will be able to use snap count information to bet on player props, spreads, totals, and futures. Mobile platforms such as DraftKings Ohio, Caesars Sportsbook Ohio, FanDuel Ohio, and BetMGM Ohio will all be offering information and betting outlets to resudents across the Buckeye state.