2018 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
Gabe Jackson
81
OAK 1 74 65 76 92 52 60 50 57 63 68 58 76 67 904 69 100
Kolton Miller
79
OAK 1 74 65 76 92 52 60 50 25 63 66 58 76 67 59 62 66 1,070 66 95.2
Rodney Hudson
96
OAK 1 74 65 76 92 52 60 50 57 63 68 58 76 67 59 62 66 1,053 65 100
Denzelle Good N/A OAK 2 28 90 59 62 66 319 63 15.2
Le'raven Clark N/A IND 2 61 59 90 83 2 18 1 4 11 10 18 7 414 34 43.8
Matt Slauson
73
IND 82 61 59 90 83 397 79 48.4
Quenton Nelson
85
IND 1 82 61 59 90 83 69 66 78 55 62 69 76 67 72 67 79 1,213 75 100
Ryan Kelly
75
IND 1 82 61 59 90 83 69 59 70 55 50 72 26 776 64 87.6
Martinas Rankin
67
HOU 2 63 67 68 86 9 7 4 45 6 16 3 65 514 32 50.9
Nick Martin
73
HOU 1 74 67 68 86 80 61 64 61 62 63 65 76 72 53 65 77 1,157 72 100
Zach Fulton
82
HOU 1 74 67 68 86 80 61 62 4 65 55 53 65 77 880 67 73.2
Kelechi Osemele
91
OAK 1 74 65 76 84 47 63 68 58 76 62 66 777 70 74.8
Chris Hubbard
73
CLE 1 89 62 77 82 80 74 68 64 75 53 64 57 52 67 69 59 1,152 72 100
Desmond Harrison
69
CLE 2 89 62 77 82 80 74 68 64 619 77 75.6
Joel Bitonio
88
CLE 1 89 62 77 82 80 74 68 64 75 53 64 57 52 67 69 59 1,152 72 100
JC Tretter
76
CLE 1 89 62 77 82 80 74 68 64 75 53 64 57 52 67 69 59 1,092 68 100
Kevin Zeitler
88
CLE 1 89 62 77 82 80 74 68 64 75 53 64 57 52 67 69 59 1,152 72 100
Joe Thuney
77
NE 1 75 61 48 81 69 78 64 76 71 66 70 74 82 62 75 68 1,202 75 100
Senio Kelemete
67
HOU 1 74 67 81 80 61 64 61 58 18 53 76 72 53 77 969 64 82.2
Shaq Mason
84
NE 1 75 61 48 81 69 78 64 47 70 74 82 62 75 68 1,026 73 78.1
Trenton Brown
84
NE 1 75 61 48 81 69 78 64 76 38 70 72 82 62 75 68 1,097 73 87
Kendall Lamm N/A HOU 2 1 79 80 61 64 61 58 63 65 60 72 53 65 77 938 62 68.1
Cameron Erving
66
KC 1 56 58 76 78 70 54 70 57 64 59 72 71 28 19 863 61 99.9
Eric Fisher
75
KC 1 56 58 76 78 70 54 70 58 64 59 72 68 86 60 61 54 1,139 71 100
Jason Kelce
91
PHI 1 71 79 82 78 59 71 67 61 62 6 65 75 49 64 82 66 1,037 64 93.7
Jason Peters
90
PHI 1 71 8 82 78 55 38 61 43 62 51 65 70 52 61 5 66 868 54 82.1
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif
79
KC 1 56 58 76 78 64 361 72 46.4
Lane Johnson
89
PHI 1 72 79 82 78 59 58 67 7 51 65 75 52 64 82 71 1,005 67 82.6
Mitch Morse
79
KC 1 56 58 76 78 70 22 71 86 60 61 41 739 67 50.3
Mitchell Schwartz
78
KC 1 56 57 76 78 70 54 70 58 64 59 72 71 86 60 61 54 1,142 71 99.9
Stefen Wisniewski
80
PHI 2 72 79 82 78 13 21 1 45 3 2 30 64 82 71 709 44 52.7
AJ Cann
65
JAX 1 63 71 77 83 48 68 64 75 20 70 58 71 52 67 47 979 65 85.9
Alex Lewis
71
BAL 2 80 85 72 77 87 58 61 75 55 58 748 74 79.1
Andrew Norwell
92
JAX 1 63 71 57 77 83 48 68 64 75 68 51 764 69 97.4
Brandon Brooks
92
PHI 1 72 79 82 77 59 71 67 62 62 51 61 75 52 64 82 71 1,154 72 99.3
Jermey Parnell
79
JAX 1 63 71 57 77 83 48 68 64 75 68 70 53 71 910 70 100
Josh Wells
69
JAX 3 1 63 57 77 30 26 271 45 30.6
Marcus Cannon
80
NE 1 46 34 77 69 50 71 62 70 74 82 62 75 64 892 68 63.1
Matt Skura
71
BAL 1 80 85 72 77 87 75 68 68 61 79 70 81 71 77 62 77 1,265 79 100
Marshal Yanda
91
BAL 1 55 85 72 77 87 75 68 68 61 79 69 81 71 77 62 77 1,164 72 96.8
Ronnie Stanley
80
BAL 1 80 73 72 77 87 75 68 49 70 70 78 71 77 62 77 1,120 74 87.7
Byron Bell
70
GB 2 7 76 81 67 52 74 57 49 51 13 582 48 71.5
Bryan Bulaga
80
GB 1 60 77 28 76 81 59 52 22 57 49 53 21 91 56 836 59 85.4
Corey Linsley
76
GB 1 60 77 69 76 81 71 52 74 57 49 53 76 65 68 91 56 1,075 67 100
David Bakhtiari
99
GB 1 60 77 69 76 81 71 52 74 57 49 43 76 64 68 91 24 1,105 69 98.6
Lane Taylor
74
GB 1 60 77 69 76 81 71 52 74 57 49 32 76 68 7 32 941 62 97.1
Mike Remmers
74
MIN 1 71 73 66 74 62 71 69 73 46 67 70 61 69 61 57 1,081 67 99.6
Pat Elflein N/A MIN 1 22 74 62 71 69 73 49 67 70 61 69 61 57 892 63 74.8
Rashod Hill
65
MIN 2 71 41 19 74 62 71 69 73 1 23 2 3 3 588 36 67.7
Riley Reiff
75
MIN 1 71 73 66 74 21 49 67 66 61 69 61 57 837 64 65.4

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.