2019 Offensive Line (OL) Snap Counts

The heart and soul of an offense starts with the offensive line, and usually we can find their snaps to be pretty stable. Injuries tend to happen over the course of the season, and offensive lineman are no exception. The rating system can help determine teams that are lining up their top options. Backup offensive lineman getting snaps can spell trouble for teams trying to run to a certain side or in pass protection. Teams will switch around offensive lineman who can play multiple positions. Offenses that run up in pace offenses will feature offensive lineman that play over 70 snaps per game. Otherwise 50-60 snaps is a good average number when figuring out the starters and backups. While it might not be an enticing position, a good healthy offensive line can help the success of an offense. We have seen teams rely on backups struggle to move the ball in any fashion.

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
Laremy Tunsil
86
HOU 1 67 65 60 69 73 92 455 75 99.8
Max Scharping
75
HOU 1 3 60 69 73 92 324 54 69.6
Nick Martin
75
HOU 1 67 66 60 69 73 92 432 72 100
Zach Fulton
75
HOU 1 67 66 60 73 92 385 77 83.8
George Fant
71
SEA 2 9 16 35 16 7 83 193 32 38.1
Germain Ifedi
69
SEA 1 53 79 84 63 74 83 463 77 100
Justin Britt
74
SEA 1 52 79 84 63 74 83 462 77 99.8
Jamarco Jones
66
SEA 2 1 1 65 83 165 33 34.4
Mike Iupati
72
SEA 1 1 77 83 63 74 83 405 67 87.4
Brandon Knight
77
DAL 2 28 82 121 60 26.1
Cameron Fleming
72
DAL 2 3 3 9 72 82 199 33 40
Connor Williams
72
DAL 1 68 70 72 58 72 82 452 75 100
Joe Thuney
85
NE 1 70 66 77 65 78 82 471 78 98.6
Marcus Cannon
81
NE 1 62 75 65 78 82 383 76 81.5
Marshall Newhouse N/A NE 1 72 77 65 78 82 376 75 84.2
Shaq Mason
89
NE 1 67 72 75 65 78 82 474 79 98.9
Travis Frederick
96
DAL 1 65 70 72 58 72 82 449 74 99.3
Ted Karras
67
NE 1 70 72 77 65 78 82 479 79 100
Zack Martin
98
DAL 1 61 70 72 58 72 82 427 71 98.3
Bradley Bozeman
65
BAL 2 77 79 83 69 81 81 502 83 100
Matt Skura
75
BAL 1 77 79 83 69 81 81 496 82 100
Marshal Yanda
89
BAL 1 54 79 83 69 81 81 448 74 95.1
Orlando Brown
77
BAL 1 77 79 83 69 81 81 502 83 100
Ali Marpet
89
TB 1 70 65 77 74 59 80 458 76 100
Donovan Smith
70
TB 1 70 65 76 74 59 80 457 76 99.8
Earl Watford
69
TB 2 80 109 21 18.8
Josh Wells N/A TB 2 1 8 80 91 30 20.9
Ryan Jensen
78
TB 1 70 65 77 74 59 80 425 70 100
Justin Skule
77
SF 1 2 19 79 76 78 273 54 68.1
Laken Tomlinson
73
SF 1 67 72 79 76 78 405 81 99.7
Mike Person
77
SF 1 66 66 79 76 78 398 79 97.9
Ronnie Stanley
84
BAL 1 63 79 83 69 81 78 484 80 96.4
Weston Richburg
84
SF 1 68 72 79 76 78 406 81 100
Evan Boehm N/A MIA 1 52 76 134 67 41
Jesse Davis
72
MIA 1 50 62 20 76 214 53 66.7
J'Marcus Webb
66
MIA 2 2 62 72 52 76 273 54 84.6
Michael Deiter
77
MIA 1 50 62 72 52 76 323 64 100
Daniel Kilgore
75
MIA 1 50 62 72 52 75 311 62 99.7
Bryan Bulaga
86
GB 1 64 74 57 30 74 74 400 66 88
Billy Turner
67
GB 1 64 74 57 81 74 74 453 75 100
Corey Linsley
82
GB 1 64 74 57 81 19 74 369 61 87
David Bakhtiari
96
GB 1 64 74 57 81 74 74 453 75 100
Elgton Jenkins
73
GB 1 18 57 81 74 74 333 55 71.7
Brian O'Neill
76
MIN 1 53 65 63 62 71 71 413 68 100
Dakota Dozier
71
MIN 2 3 65 22 62 5 71 256 42 59.2
Garrett Bradbury
72
MIN 1 53 65 63 62 71 71 390 65 100
Pat Elflein
73
MIN 1 53 63 62 66 71 336 67 81.8
Ben Jones
76
TEN 1 61 60 80 64 62 70 397 66 100
Jack Conklin
77
TEN 1 61 60 80 64 62 70 419 69 100
Nate Davis
71
TEN 3 40 62 70 182 60 43.3

The heart and soul of an offense starts with the offensive line, and usually we can find their snaps to be pretty stable. Injuries tend to happen over the course of the season, and offensive lineman are no exception. The rating system can help determine teams that are lining up their top options. Backup offensive lineman getting snaps can spell trouble for teams trying to run to a certain side or in pass protection. Teams will switch around offensive lineman who can play multiple positions. Offenses that run up in pace offenses will feature offensive lineman that play over 70 snaps per game. Otherwise 50-60 snaps is a good average number when figuring out the starters and backups. While it might not be an enticing position, a good healthy offensive line can help the success of an offense. We have seen teams rely on backups struggle to move the ball in any fashion.