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
Devin White D. White LB
80
Lavonte David L. David LB
87
Carlton Davis C. Davis CB
80
Daniel Sorensen D. Sorensen SS
70
Jason Pierre-Paul J. Pierre-Paul DE
86
Tyrann Mathieu T. Mathieu FS
95
Jamel Dean J. Dean CB
82
Bashaud Breeland B. Breeland CB
72
Charvarius Ward C. Ward CB
79
Shaquil Barrett S. Barrett LB
85
Anthony Hitchens A. Hitchens LB
73
Chris Jones C. Jones DT
91
Jordan Whitehead J. Whitehead SS
77
Ben Niemann B. Niemann LB
67
Frank Clark F. Clark DE
81
Ndamukong Suh N. Suh DT
85
Damien Wilson D. Wilson LB
75
Tanoh Kpassagnon T. Kpassagnon DE
72
Derrick Nnadi D. Nnadi NT
80
Mike Edwards M. Edwards SS
74
Tershawn Wharton T. Wharton DT
67
Alex Okafor A. Okafor LB
74
William Gholston W. Gholston DE
77
Steve McLendon S. McLendon NT
77
Mike Danna M. Danna LB
67
Anthony Nelson A. Nelson DE
71
Juan Thornhill J. Thornhill SS
76
Mike Pennel M. Pennel DT
73
Rakeem Nunez-Roches R. Nunez-Roches DT
69
Ross Cockrell R. Cockrell CB
75
Ryan Smith R. Smith CB
69
Andrew Adams A. Adams SS
74
Aaron Donald A. Donald DT
99
Adoree` Jackson A. Jackson CB
81
Adrian Amos A. Amos FS
91
Adrian Clayborn A. Clayborn DE
78
A.J. Epenesa A. Epenesa DE
74
AJ Green A. Green CB
67
AJ Klein A. Klein LB
73
Akiem Hicks A. Hicks DE
88
Alex Anzalone A. Anzalone LB
77
Alex Highsmith A. Highsmith LB
73
Al-Quadin Muhammad A. Muhammad DE
72
Alton Robinson A. Robinson DE
73
Amani Hooker A. Hooker SS
77
Andre Smith A. Smith LB
67
Andrew Billings A. Billings DT
78
Andrew Sendejo A. Sendejo FS
70
Anthony Averett A. Averett CB
67
Anthony Levine A. Levine FS
74
NAME POS RTG TEAM DEPTH WC DIV CONF SB Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Devin White LB
80
TB 1 65 71 75 211 70 70.8
Lavonte David LB
87
TB 1 72 65 71 75 283 70 70.8
Carlton Davis CB
80
TB 1 72 64 71 73 280 70 70.8
Daniel Sorensen SS
70
KC 1 64 73 67 204 68 68
Jason Pierre-Paul DE
86
TB 1 63 54 61 67 245 70 70.8
Tyrann Mathieu FS
95
KC 1 64 73 67 204 68 68
Jamel Dean CB
82
TB 2 57 48 55 66 226 70 70.8
Bashaud Breeland CB
72
KC 1 55 70 63 188 68 68
Charvarius Ward CB
79
KC 1 64 72 63 199 68 68
Shaquil Barrett LB
85
TB 1 64 52 64 62 242 70 70.8
Anthony Hitchens LB
73
KC 1 47 51 52 150 68 68
Chris Jones DT
91
KC 1 52 54 52 158 68 68
Jordan Whitehead SS
77
TB 1 62 53 35 51 201 70 70.8
Ben Niemann LB
67
KC 2 34 27 50 111 68 68
Frank Clark DE
81
KC 1 51 58 48 157 68 68
Ndamukong Suh DT
85
TB 1 60 47 51 48 206 70 70.8
Damien Wilson LB
75
KC 1 47 12 47 106 68 68
Tanoh Kpassagnon DE
72
KC 1 30 36 39 105 68 68
Derrick Nnadi NT
80
KC 1 32 33 36 101 68 68
Mike Edwards SS
74
TB 2 14 12 71 35 132 70 70.8
Tershawn Wharton DT
67
KC 2 30 31 33 94 68 68
Alex Okafor LB
74
KC 2 32 42 31 105 68 68
William Gholston DE
77
TB 1 40 37 30 26 133 70 70.8
Steve McLendon NT
77
TB 1 25 21 23 69 70 70.8
Mike Danna LB
67
KC 2 15 21 19 55 68 68
Anthony Nelson DE
71
TB 2 15 18 13 18 64 70 70.8
Juan Thornhill SS
76
KC 2 21 56 18 95 68 68
Mike Pennel DT
73
KC 2 14 17 18 49 68 68
Rakeem Nunez-Roches DT
69
TB 2 33 38 23 13 107 70 70.8
Ross Cockrell CB
75
TB 1 6 20 8 34 70 70.8
Ryan Smith CB
69
TB 2 2 2 70 70.8
Andrew Adams SS
74
TB 2 36 1 37 70 70.8
Aaron Donald DT
99
LAR 1 30 40 70 69 69.5
Adoree` Jackson CB
81
TEN 1 63 63 65 65
Adrian Amos FS
91
GB 1 53 65 118 59 59
Adrian Clayborn DE
78
CLE 1 76 56 132 79 79
A.J. Epenesa DE
74
BUF 2 22 29 20 71 74 74
AJ Green CB
67
CLE 0 0
AJ Klein LB
73
BUF 2 3 32 7 42 74 74
Akiem Hicks DE
88
CHI 1 74 74 84 84
Alex Anzalone LB
77
NO 1 50 70 120 61 61
Alex Highsmith LB
73
PIT 1 19 19 67 67
Al-Quadin Muhammad DE
72
IND 3 33 33 59 59
Alton Robinson DE
73
SEA 2 9 9 73 73
Amani Hooker SS
77
TEN 2 6 6 65 65
Andre Smith LB
67
BUF 3 0 74 74
Andrew Billings DT
78
CLE 5 0 79 79
Andrew Sendejo FS
70
CLE 2 47 36 83 79 79
Anthony Averett CB
67
BAL 2 11 11 54 54
Anthony Levine FS
74
BAL 2 0 54 54

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.