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
Azeez Al-Shaair
71
SF 2 15 50 25 0
Adrian Amos
88
GB 1 73 65 158 79 100
Alex Anzalone
73
NO 31 18 56 28 46.3
Arik Armstead
75
SF 1 47 43 114 57 67.1
Anthony Averett
68
BAL 2 45 60 115 57 91.8
Allen Bailey
76
ATL 1 43 36 86 43 81.1
Anthony Barr
81
MIN 1 72 74 149 74 92.3
Antoine Bethea
76
NYG 1 68 75 143 71 100
Andrew Billings
71
CIN 1 20 40 72 36 37.7
Angelo Blackson
61
HOU 1 27 33 70 35 40.9
AJ Bouye
90
JAX 1 68 68 34 100
Anthony Brown
78
DAL 1 60 43 113 56 87
Artie Burns
73
PIT 2 1 26 13 1.4
Adam Butler
72
NE 2 17 37 60 30 25
Austin Calitro
68
JAX 2 14 7 0
Anthony Chickillo
64
PIT 2 19 10 65 32 27.1
Adrian Clayborn
78
ATL 2 12 35 47 23 22.6
Aaron Colvin
74
WAS 1 57 57 57 86.4
Aaron Donald
99
LAR 1 56 52 117 58 83.6
Antone Exum
66
SF 2 15 48 24 0
Adam Gotsis
75
DEN 1 33 32 81 40 56.9
Antonio Hamilton
63
NYG 2 36 74 37 52.9
Anthony Harris
75
MIN 1 78 74 170 85 100
Akiem Hicks
85
CHI 1 50 66 116 58 78.1
Anthony Hitchens
79
KC 1 58 50 115 57 100
Amani Hooker
74
TEN 2 29 18 95 47 39.7
Adoree` Jackson
82
TEN 1 73 50 129 43 100
Austin Johnson
76
TEN 2 10 15 43 14 13.7
Abry Jones
74
JAX 1 39 42 99 33 57.4
Arden Key
68
OAK 2 30 24 56 28 46.9
Akeem King
61
SEA 2 1 2 36 18 1.3
AJ Klein
73
NO 1 50 55 127 63 74.6
Anthony Levine
78
BAL 2 14 6 62 31 28.6
Aaron Lynch
77
CHI 2 8 11 21 10 12.5
Avonte Maddox
79
PHI 1 61 43 122 61 91
Albert McClellan
74
NYJ 2 37 18 0
A.J. Moore
67
HOU 2 43 21 0
Avery Moss
68
MIA 2 47 51 100 50 65.3
Al-Quadin Muhammad
67
IND 2 39 50 108 54 60.9
Anthony Nelson
76
TB 2 14 27 45 22 20.6
Alec Ogletree
75
NYG 1 68 76 144 72 100
Alex Okafor
78
KC 1 37 58 104 52 63.8
Adrian Phillips
79
LAC 61 51 126 63 96.8
A'Shawn Robinson
79
DET 1 39 29 78 39 43.8
Andrew Sendejo
81
PHI 2 38 20 95 47 56.7
Andre Smith
66
CAR 2 40 20 0
Akeem Spence N/A PHI 2 21 26 26
Aqib Talib
88
LAR 1 66 60 126 63 98.5
Adarius Taylor
64
CLE 1 3 24 24 4.9
Anthony Walker
78
IND 1 36 35 89 44 56.2

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.