2019 NFL Defensive Player Snap Counts

Whether you are playing IDP fantasy leagues or going the extra mile breaking down defenses, snap counts matter for the defensive side as well. Different defensive packages mean different snaps for the players, but things can be pretty steady in this department. Defensive snaps can show injury replacements for the defense, which doesn’t get as much coverage as offensive guys. Players in the secondary can be a bit mixed in nickel and dime packages, and vary on a week-to-week basis. The line is something that can be shuffled around, as certain defensive line players specialize in early down work as run-stoppers and take third downs off. Snap counts can dictate the depth chart order for defenses, which can move throughout the season. Cornerbacks and safeties play the most snaps among the defensive units, while the lineman play the least being rotated more frequently. This is a good start to checking out who is playing the most.

NAME 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
Brad McDougald
80
SEA 1 77 57 54 63 72 69 11 79 88 613 68 81.2
Bobby Wagner
97
SEA 1 77 57 58 63 72 69 59 80 79 88 756 75 100
Quandre Diggs
77
SEA 3 88 67 75 14 55 88 388 64 55.1
Shaquill Griffin
81
SEA 1 77 57 54 62 72 68 58 79 79 88 746 74 98.9
Budda Baker
78
ARI 1 88 77 63 62 67 69 71 76 73 85 783 78 99.5
Jordan Hicks
79
ARI 1 88 79 63 63 67 69 71 76 74 85 794 79 100
KJ Wright
80
SEA 1 69 54 57 55 72 63 59 71 75 85 714 71 94
Eddie Jackson
92
CHI 1 64 79 68 62 73 78 45 89 83 654 72 97.9
Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix
79
CHI 1 60 82 79 62 73 76 45 88 83 649 72 98.9 1
Kyle Fuller
91
CHI 1 64 81 79 62 72 78 45 89 83 694 77 99.7
Adoree` Jackson
82
TEN 2 73 50 38 58 47 32 40 62 82 492 54 68.3
Byron Murphy
77
ARI 1 88 75 63 63 67 69 71 76 74 82 735 73 99
Jalen Thompson N/A ARI 2 45 33 7 43 45 82 277 46 34.7
Kevin Byard
90
TEN 1 69 72 54 80 65 62 64 83 71 82 759 75 99.4
Kenny Vaccaro
82
TEN 1 69 72 54 75 65 62 64 83 71 82 739 73 98.7
Logan Ryan
81
TEN 1 69 72 54 80 65 62 64 83 71 82 717 71 99.4
Prince Amukamara
79
CHI 1 64 80 79 62 70 78 44 89 82 661 73 98.9
Tre Flowers
80
SEA 1 77 57 54 63 72 68 58 79 81 664 73 86.8
Demario Davis
84
NO 1 67 69 83 53 56 59 45 49 79 564 62 94.9
Eli Apple
78
NO 1 67 70 83 57 59 58 65 49 79 596 66 99.5
Marcus Williams
82
NO 1 64 70 84 58 59 59 65 49 79 601 66 99.5
Vonn Bell
77
NO 1 67 70 84 57 59 59 65 49 79 643 71 99.8 1
Erik Harris
63
OAK 1 42 19 78 58 60 81 71 77 629 69 77.6 2
Joe Haden
86
PIT 1 69 79 78 69 80 41 60 71 77 658 73 96.4
Karl Joseph
77
OAK 54 48 61 78 58 60 83 71 77 682 75 94.2
Leshaun Sims
76
TEN 1 4 1 18 68 16 77 335 33 26.1
Minkah Fitzpatrick
79
PIT 1 49 68 79 69 80 62 60 71 77 652 72 95.1 2
Steven Nelson
75
PIT 1 70 79 79 69 80 60 69 77 616 77 90.1
Terrell Edmunds
75
PIT 1 70 79 79 69 69 62 60 70 77 675 75 98.1
Tahir Whitehead
77
OAK 1 44 63 59 71 58 60 83 71 77 633 70 93.6
Byron Jones
90
DAL 2 28 60 44 70 72 38 61 71 76 599 66 84
Jaylon Smith
83
DAL 1 69 62 47 58 69 49 58 72 76 599 66 90.5
Nicholas Morrow
71
OAK 1 28 17 32 62 56 60 83 69 76 581 64 77.2
Chuck Clark
63
BAL 1 16 22 14 16 62 72 67 75 502 55 59.1
Daryl Worley
72
OAK 1 64 74 55 78 56 57 83 55 75 660 73 95.4
Marlon Humphrey
86
BAL 1 46 60 58 69 60 62 72 67 75 579 64 97.8 2
Trayvon Mullen
76
OAK 1 19 28 18 6 7 1 62 62 75 327 36 44.4
Cory Littleton
73
LAR 1 67 65 72 74 74 78 46 83 74 710 78 98.8
Emmanuel Moseley
66
SF 2 22 16 7 49 53 48 55 57 74 461 51 72
Eric Weddle
82
LAR 1 26 65 72 74 74 78 46 83 74 593 65 92.4
Fred Warner
74
SF 1 70 55 53 49 53 48 55 57 74 528 58 97.2
Jalen Ramsey
94
LAR 1 66 66 80 36 83 74 406 67 63.2
Jaquiski Tartt
81
SF 1 70 55 53 49 53 48 55 57 74 582 64 97.2
Leighton Vander Esch
84
DAL 1 65 55 64 71 66 48 22 74 502 62 75.1
Richard Sherman
95
SF 1 70 54 53 49 48 48 54 57 74 508 56 95.8 1
Roquan Smith
83
CHI 1 63 82 73 65 54 40 78 74 551 68 80.8
Troy Hill
72
LAR 1 5 2 11 4 78 46 59 74 415 46 43.5
Taylor Rapp
75
LAR 1 32 40 55 30 34 54 83 74 461 57 62.7
Adrian Amos
88
GB 1 73 65 73 62 72 59 62 59 71 73 735 73 100
Blake Martinez
76
GB 1 73 65 73 62 72 59 62 59 70 73 728 72 99.9

Whether you are playing IDP fantasy leagues or going the extra mile breaking down defenses, snap counts matter for the defensive side as well. Different defensive packages mean different snaps for the players, but things can be pretty steady in this department. Defensive snaps can show injury replacements for the defense, which doesn’t get as much coverage as offensive guys. Players in the secondary can be a bit mixed in nickel and dime packages, and vary on a week-to-week basis. The line is something that can be shuffled around, as certain defensive line players specialize in early down work as run-stoppers and take third downs off. Snap counts can dictate the depth chart order for defenses, which can move throughout the season. Cornerbacks and safeties play the most snaps among the defensive units, while the lineman play the least being rotated more frequently. This is a good start to checking out who is playing the most.