NFL Defensive Player Snap Counts 2021

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.

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 POS RTG
Bobby Wagner B. Wagner ILB
95
D.J. Reed D. Reed CB
75
Jamal Adams J. Adams SS
89
Quandre Diggs Q. Diggs SS
81
Tre Flowers T. Flowers CB
74
Demario Davis D. Davis OLB
92
Daniel Sorensen D. Sorensen FS
70
Tyrann Mathieu T. Mathieu SS
94
Marcus Williams M. Williams SS
81
Paulson Adebo P. Adebo CB
69
Malcolm Jenkins M. Jenkins SS
82
Charvarius Ward C. Ward CB
75
Devin McCourty D. McCourty SS
94
L'Jarius Sneed L. Sneed DB
78
Antoine Winfield Jr. A. Winfield Jr. S
80
Devin White D. White ILB
85
Jordyn Brooks J. Brooks LB
76
Lavonte David L. David ILB
95
Anthony Brown A. Brown CB
75
Adoree' Jackson A. Jackson CB
81
Blake Martinez B. Martinez ILB
76
James Bradberry J. Bradberry CB
89
Logan Ryan L. Ryan CB
85
Trevon Diggs T. Diggs CB
69
Anthony Harris A. Harris FS
80
Carlton Davis III C. D. III CB
84
Cole Holcomb C. Holcomb ILB
78
Jayron Kearse J. Kearse FS
74
Myles Jack M. Jack OLB
85
Rayshawn Jenkins R. Jenkins FS
70
William Jackson III W. J. III CB
88
Darius Slay D. Slay CB
85
Ja'Whaun Bentley J. Bentley LB
74
Shaquill Griffin S. Griffin CB
88
Steven Nelson S. Nelson CB
80
Damontae Kazee D. Kazee SS
78
Jalen Ramsey J. Ramsey CB
99
Kendall Fuller K. Fuller CB
88
Tre'Davious White T. White CB
95
Cameron Sutton C. Sutton CB
75
Darious Williams D. Williams CB
87
Jamel Dean J. Dean CB
83
Jordan Fuller J. Fuller S
75
James Pierre J. Pierre CB
67
Joe Schobert J. Schobert ILB
80
Minkah Fitzpatrick M. Fitzpatrick FS
86
Terrell Edmunds T. Edmunds SS
75
Taylor Rapp T. Rapp SS
72
Alex Anzalone A. Anzalone ILB
72
Anthony Hitchens A. Hitchens LB
77
NAME POS RTG TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Bobby Wagner ILB
95
SEA 1 76 88 164 82 100
D.J. Reed CB
75
SEA 1 76 88 164 82 100
Jamal Adams SS
89
SEA 1 76 88 164 82 100
Quandre Diggs SS
81
SEA 1 76 88 164 82 100
Tre Flowers CB
74
SEA 1 76 88 164 82 100
Demario Davis OLB
92
NO 1 42 76 118 59 88.7
Daniel Sorensen FS
70
KC 1 59 76 135 67 100
Tyrann Mathieu SS
94
KC 1 76 76 76 56.3 1
Marcus Williams SS
81
NO 1 48 75 123 61 92.5
Paulson Adebo CB
69
NO 2 57 75 132 66 99.2
Malcolm Jenkins SS
82
NO 1 48 74 122 61 91.7
Charvarius Ward CB
75
KC 1 58 73 131 65 97
Devin McCourty SS
94
NE 1 54 73 127 63 100
L'Jarius Sneed DB
78
KC 1 59 73 132 66 97.8
Antoine Winfield Jr. S
80
TB 1 84 72 156 78 100
Devin White ILB
85
TB 1 84 72 156 78 100
Jordyn Brooks LB
76
SEA 1 68 72 140 70 85.4
Lavonte David ILB
95
TB 1 84 72 156 78 100
Anthony Brown CB
75
DAL 1 65 71 136 68 100
Adoree' Jackson CB
81
NYG 1 63 71 134 67 97.8
Blake Martinez ILB
76
NYG 1 66 71 137 68 100
James Bradberry CB
89
NYG 1 66 71 137 68 100
Logan Ryan CB
85
NYG 1 61 71 132 66 96.4
Trevon Diggs CB
69
DAL 1 65 71 136 68 100
Anthony Harris FS
80
PHI 1 72 70 142 71 100
Carlton Davis III CB
84
TB 1 84 70 154 77 98.7
Cole Holcomb ILB
78
WAS 1 81 69 150 75 100
Jayron Kearse FS
74
DAL 2 40 69 109 54 80.1
Myles Jack OLB
85
JAX 1 71 69 140 70 95.2
Rayshawn Jenkins FS
70
JAX 1 78 69 147 73 100
William Jackson III CB
88
WAS 1 69 69 138 69 92
Darius Slay CB
85
PHI 1 70 68 138 69 97.2
Ja'Whaun Bentley LB
74
NE 2 39 68 107 53 84.3
Shaquill Griffin CB
88
JAX 1 78 68 146 73 99.3
Steven Nelson CB
80
PHI 1 72 68 140 70 98.6
Damontae Kazee SS
78
DAL 1 52 67 119 59 87.5
Jalen Ramsey CB
99
LAR 1 69 67 136 68 100
Kendall Fuller CB
88
WAS 1 76 67 143 71 95.3
Tre'Davious White CB
95
BUF 1 58 67 125 62 100
Cameron Sutton CB
75
PIT 1 85 66 151 75 100
Darious Williams CB
87
LAR 1 69 66 135 67 99.3
Jamel Dean CB
83
TB 1 76 66 142 71 91
Jordan Fuller S
75
LAR 1 69 66 135 67 99.3
James Pierre CB
67
PIT 3 31 66 97 48 64.2
Joe Schobert ILB
80
PIT 1 66 66 132 66 87.4
Minkah Fitzpatrick FS
86
PIT 1 85 66 151 75 100
Terrell Edmunds SS
75
PIT 1 85 66 151 75 100
Taylor Rapp SS
72
LAR 1 69 66 135 67 99.3
Alex Anzalone ILB
72
DET 1 55 65 120 60 100
Anthony Hitchens LB
77
KC 1 47 65 112 56 83

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.