NFL Defensive Player Snap Counts 2020

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 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
Justin Reid SS
85
HOU 1 98 120 120
Cameron Dantzler DB
67
MIN 2 91 64 64 82
Jeremy Chinn DB
67
CAR 2 90 63 63 100
A.J. Terrell DB
73
ATL 1 88 62 62 100
Byron Jones CB
88
MIA 1 88 106 106
C.J. Henderson DB
75
JAX 1 88 62 62 84
Kenneth Murray LB
67
LAC 1 88 62 62 91
Marcus Maye FS
78
NYJ 1 87 87 87 100
Neville Hewitt IL
67
NYJ 1 87 87 87 100
Blessuan Austin CB
70
NYJ 1 86 86 86 99
Brad McDougald SS
77
NYJ 1 86 86 86 99
Brian Poole CB
77
NYJ 2 86 86 86 99
Harvey Langi OLB
68
NYJ 2 83 83 83 95
Troy Pride DB
67
CAR 1 83 58 58 92
Emmanuel Moseley CB
77
SF 1 82 82 82 100
Fred Warner ML
85
SF 1 82 82 82 100
Jaquiski Tartt SS
79
SF 1 82 82 82 100
Jimmie Ward FS
83
SF 1 82 82 82 100
Alexander Johnson IL
68
DEN 1 81 81 81 100
Justin Simmons FS
89
DEN 1 81 81 81 100
Kareem Jackson CB
87
DEN 1 81 81 81 100
Bryce Callahan CB
83
DEN 1 80 80 80 99
Kwon Alexander OL
85
SF 1 80 80 80 98
Bobby Wagner ML
98
SEA 1 79 79 79 100
Jamal Adams SS
90
SEA 1 79 79 79 100
Josey Jewell IL
67
DEN 1 79 79 79 98
Anthony Barr OL
83
MIN 1 78 78 78 100
Anthony Harris FS
85
MIN 1 78 78 78 100
Eddie Jackson FS
90
CHI 1 78 78 78 100
Eric Kendricks ML
89
MIN 1 78 78 78 100
Harrison Smith SS
98
MIN 1 78 78 78 100
Jaylon Johnson DB
75
CHI 1 78 78 78 100
Kyle Fuller CB
84
CHI 1 78 78 78 100
L'Jarius Sneed DB
67
KC 2 78 55 55 93
Richard Sherman CB
92
SF 1 78 78 78 95
Shaquill Griffin CB
84
SEA 1 78 78 78 99
Tashaun Gipson FS
76
CHI 1 78 78 78 100
Quandre Diggs FS
77
SEA 1 77 77 77 98
Roquan Smith IL
85
CHI 1 76 76 76 97
Joe Schobert ML
80
JAX 1 74