Offensive Line (OL) Snap Counts 2020

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.

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 POS RTG
Andrew Wylie A. Wylie OT
68
Austin Reiter A. Reiter C
73
Mike Remmers M. Remmers OT
70
Nick Allegretti N. Allegretti OG
67
Stefen Wisniewski S. Wisniewski C
70
Aaron Stinnie A. Stinnie OG
67
Ali Marpet A. Marpet OG
86
Donovan Smith D. Smith OT
73
Ryan Jensen R. Jensen C
87
Tristan Wirfs T. Wirfs OT
87
Joe Haeg J. Haeg OT
67
Aaron Brewer A. Brewer C
67
Alejandro Villanueva A. Villanueva OT
78
Alex Bars A. Bars OG
67
Alex Cappa A. Cappa OG
77
Alex Taylor A. Taylor OT
67
Andre Smith A. Smith OT
67
Andrew Whitworth A. Whitworth OT
86
Andrus Peat A. Peat OT
73
Anthony Fabiano A. Fabiano OG
67
Anthony McKinney A. McKinney OT
67
Arlington Hambright A. Hambright OG
67
Austin Blythe A. Blythe C
78
Austin Corbett A. Corbett OG
77
Ben Braden B. Braden OG
67
Ben Jones B. Jones OG
83
Ben Powers B. Powers OG
67
Billy Turner B. Turner OT
72
Blake Hance B. Hance OT
67
Bobby Evans B. Evans OG
68
Braden Smith B. Smith OG
81
Bradley Bozeman B. Bozeman C
69
Brad Seaton B. Seaton OT
67
Brandon Scherff B. Scherff OG
88
Brandon Shell B. Shell OT
67
Brian Allen B. Allen C
68
Brian Winters B. Winters OG
74
Cameron Tom C. Tom C
67
Cedric Ogbuehi C. Ogbuehi OT
67
Cesar Ruiz C. Ruiz C
72
Chad Wheeler C. Wheeler OT
67
Chance Warmack C. Warmack OG
67
Chandler Brewer C. Brewer OG
67
Charles Leno C. Leno OG
78
Chase Roullier C. Roullier C
76
Chaz Green C. Green OT
67
Chukwuma Okorafor C. Okorafor OT
67
Cody Whitehair C. Whitehair OG
77
Colby Gossett C. Gossett OG
67
Coleman Shelton C. Shelton C
67
NAME POS RTG TEAM DEPTH WC DIV CONF SB Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Andrew Wylie OT
68
KC 1 68 62 75 205 68 68.3
Austin Reiter C
73
KC 1 68 65 75 208 69 69.3
Mike Remmers OT
70
KC 1 68 65 75 208 69 69.3
Nick Allegretti OG
67
KC 1 68 65 75 208 69 69.3
Stefen Wisniewski C
70
KC 1 20 75 95 31 31.7
Aaron Stinnie OG
67
TB 2 72 65 67 204 51 51
Ali Marpet OG
86
TB 1 74 72 65 67 278 69 69.5
Donovan Smith OT
73
TB 1 74 72 65 67 278 69 69.5
Ryan Jensen C
87
TB 1 74 72 65 67 278 69 69.5
Tristan Wirfs OT
87
TB 1 74 72 65 67 278 69 69.5
Joe Haeg OT
67
TB 2 14 16 13 21 64 16 16
Aaron Brewer C
67
TEN 2 0 0
Alejandro Villanueva OT
78
PIT 1 90 90 90 90
Alex Bars OG
67
CHI 1 50 50 50 50
Alex Cappa OG
77
TB 1 36 36 36 36
Alex Taylor OT
67
CLE 0 0 0
Andre Smith OT
67
BAL 1 0 0 0
Andrew Whitworth OT
86
LAR 1 67 53 120 60 60
Andrus Peat OT
73
NO 1 84 65 149 74 74.5
Anthony Fabiano OG
67
CLE 2 0 0 0
Anthony McKinney OT
67
TEN 0 0 0
Arlington Hambright OG
67
CHI 2 0 0 0
Austin Blythe C
78
LAR 1 73 53 126 63 63
Austin Corbett OG
77
LAR 1 73 53 126 63 63
Ben Braden OG
67
GB 3 0 0 0
Ben Jones OG
83
TEN 1 51 51 51 51
Ben Powers OG
67
BAL 1 65 78 143 71 71.5
Billy Turner OT
72
GB 1 75 71 146 73 73
Blake Hance OT
67
CLE 2 14 33 47 23 23.5
Bobby Evans OG
68
LAR 2 48 53 101 50 50.5
Braden Smith OG
81
IND 1 79 79 79 79
Bradley Bozeman C
69
BAL 1 65 78 143 71 71.5
Brad Seaton OT
67
TB 2 0 0 0
Brandon Scherff OG
88
WAS 1 72 72 72 72
Brandon Shell OT
67
SEA 1 64 64 64 64
Brian Allen C
68
LAR 2 0 0 0
Brian Winters OG
74
BUF 2 0 0 0
Cameron Tom C
67
NO 2 0 0 0
Cedric Ogbuehi OT
67
SEA 2 0 0 0
Cesar Ruiz C
72
NO 1 84 65 149 74 74.5
Chad Wheeler OT
67
SEA 3 0 0 0
Chance Warmack OG
67
SEA 4 0 0 0
Chandler Brewer OG
67
LAR 2 0 0 0
Charles Leno OG
78
CHI 1 50 50 50 50
Chase Roullier C
76
WAS 1 72 72 72 72
Chaz Green OT
67
IND 1 0 0 0
Chukwuma Okorafor OT
67
PIT 1 90 90 90 90
Cody Whitehair OG
77
CHI 1 50 50 50 50
Colby Gossett OG
67
CLE 3 0 0 0
Coleman Shelton C
67
LAR 2 0 0 0

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.