Offensive Line (OL) Snap Counts 2023

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
Brenden Jaimes B. Jaimes OL
67
Jordan McFadden J. McFadden OL
67
Rashawn Slater R. Slater OT
88
Connor McGovern C. McGovern G
77
Mitch Morse M. Morse C
82
O'Cyrus Torrence O. Torrence G
71
Spencer Brown S. Brown OT
77
Blake Brandel B. Brandel G
67
Christian Darrisaw C. Darrisaw OT
87
David Quessenberry D. Quessenberry OT
70
Garrett Bradbury G. Bradbury C
75
Jamaree Salyer J. Salyer OL
68
Brock Hoffman B. Hoffman C
67
T.J. Bass T. Bass G
67
Anton Harrison A. Harrison OT
71
Brandon Scherff B. Scherff OL
84
Cam Robinson C. Robinson OL
80
Dalton Risner D. Risner G
78
Ezra Cleveland E. Cleveland G
72
Dion Dawkins D. Dawkins OT
83
Hjalte Froholdt H. Froholdt OL
74
Kelvin Beachum K. Beachum OL
75
Paris Johnson Jr. P. Johnson Jr. OL
76
Will Hernandez W. Hernandez OL
80
Luke Fortner L. Fortner OL
71
Alaric Jackson A. Jackson OL
71
Andrew Thomas A. Thomas OT
88
Ben Bredeson B. Bredeson G
67
Cameron Erving C. Erving OT
67
Cesar Ruiz C. Ruiz C
73
Erik McCoy E. McCoy C
84
James Hurst J. Hurst OL
75
Mark Glowinski M. Glowinski G
72
Matt Peart M. Peart OT
68
Steve Avila S. Avila OL
76
Andre James A. James C
79
Bernhard Raimann B. Raimann OT
81
Dylan Parham D. Parham G
73
Jermaine Eluemunor J. Eluemunor G
73
Kolton Miller K. Miller OT
88
Quenton Nelson Q. Nelson G
91
Ryan Kelly R. Kelly C
82
Will Fries W. Fries C
78
Aaron Stinnie A. Stinnie G
67
Cody Mauch C. Mauch G
68
Carter Warren C. Warren OT
67
Jordan Mailata J. Mailata OT
89
Justin Pugh J. Pugh OL
72
Landon Dickerson L. Dickerson G
82
Luke Goedeke L. Goedeke OT
78
NAME POS RTG TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Wk3 Wk4 Wk5 Wk6 Wk7 Wk8 Wk9 Wk10 Wk11 Wk12 Wk13 Wk14 Wk15 Wk16 Wk17 Wk18 Total Avg TM SNAP %
Brenden Jaimes OL
67
LAC 1 23 70 65 83 241 17 20.8
Jordan McFadden OL
67
LAC 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 65 83 163 13 14.1
Rashawn Slater OT
88
LAC 1 81 68 66 65 73 63 69 58 72 65 66 61 68 65 70 65 83 1158 68 100
Connor McGovern G
77
BUF 1 69 74 63 50 60 61 71 69 58 54 72 95 77 61 55 69 78 1136 66 97.6
Mitch Morse C
82
BUF 1 69 72 60 50 60 61 71 69 58 54 72 95 77 61 55 67 78 1129 66 97
O'Cyrus Torrence G
71
BUF 1 69 78 68 58 60 61 71 69 58 54 76 95 77 68 55 69 78 1164 68 100
Spencer Brown OT
77
BUF 1 69 78 68 58 60 58 71 69 58 54 76 95 77 68 55 69 78 1161 68 99.7
Blake Brandel G
67
MIN 2 72 18 73 163 9 14.5
Christian Darrisaw OT
87
MIN 1 58 82 48 72 57 70 72 73 74 55 72 68 55 53 73 982 65 87.6
David Quessenberry OT
70
MIN 1 19 75 42 68 55 73 332 20 29.6
Garrett Bradbury C
75
MIN 1 7 71 57 70 72 75 73 74 55 72 68 55 53 73 875 62 78.1
Jamaree Salyer OL
68
LAC 1 81 68 66 65 73 63 69 58 72 65 66 61 68 65 70 65 73 1148 67 99.1
Brock Hoffman C
67
DAL 2 7 81 7 19 6 18 11 72 221 13 18.7
T.J. Bass G
67
DAL 2 9 42 81 16 10 9 18 11 47 2 26 72 343 20 29
Anton Harrison OT
71
JAX 1 70 67 51 66 88 64 56 71 57 71 76 69 76 62 35 63 71 1113 65 95.5
Brandon Scherff OL
84
JAX 1 37 67 73 63 88 23 56 71 57 63 76 69 76 61 66 63 71 1080 63 92.6
Cam Robinson OL
80
JAX 2 85 64 56 71 57 63 12 56 71 535 59 86.7
Dalton Risner G
78
MIN 1 10 70 72 75 73 74 55 70 68 55 53 71 746 49 74.7
Ezra Cleveland G
72
JAX 2 64 58 82 48 72 47 19 64 69 26 62 66 71 748 49 66
Dion Dawkins OT
83
BUF 1 69 74 59 50 59 61 71 69 58 54 72 95 76 61 55 67 70 1120 65 96.2
Hjalte Froholdt OL
74
ARI 1 62 65 61 64 57 76 66 77 52 65 61 71 68 74 61 76 70 1126 66 99.4
Kelvin Beachum OL
75
ARI 1 42 9 65 4 22 70 212 19 18.7
Paris Johnson Jr. OL
76
ARI 1 62 65 61 71 57 76 66 77 52 65 61 71 68 74 61 76 70 1133 66 100
Will Hernandez OL
80
ARI 1 62 65 61 71 57 76 66 77 37 65 61 71 62 74 61 76 70 1112 65 98.1
Luke Fortner OL
71
JAX 1 70 67 73 66 88 64 56 71 57 71 76 69 76 62 66 63 69 1164 68 99.8
Alaric Jackson OL
71
LAR 1 81 80 20 56 57 68 62 58 67 67 64 77 75 70 67 969 64 84.4
Andrew Thomas OT
88
NYG 1 53 63 32 55 52 56 62 63 74 67 577 57 52.3
Ben Bredeson G
67
NYG 1 70 31 75 69 77 68 75 63 57 55 52 56 62 63 74 67 1014 63 91.8
Cameron Erving OT
67
NO 2 90 51 67 208 69 59.6
Cesar Ruiz C
73
NO 1 65 77 18 72 82 90 66 63 67 72 67 52 62 60 70 67 1050 65 90.7
Erik McCoy C
84
NO 1 65 77 61 65 72 82 90 66 63 67 68 67 50 62 60 70 67 1152 67 99.5
James Hurst OL
75
NO 1 65 77 61 65 65 18 63 67 72 67 52 62 60 70 67 931 62 80.4
Mark Glowinski G
72
NYG 2 70 37 25 72 77 68 75 7 9 1 6 6 67 520 40 47.1
Matt Peart OT
68
NYG 1 4 5 6 4 24 23 67 133 16 19.4
Steve Avila OL
76
LAR 1 81 80 55 82 56 57 68 62 58 67 67 64 77 75 70 62 67 1148 67 100
Andre James C
79
LV 1 59 40 72 73 64 70 65 46 60 64 61 58 38 55 73 66 964 60 92.2
Bernhard Raimann OT
81
IND 1 72 57 84 78 70 71 58 57 72 71 61 67 71 56 66 1011 67 88.1
Dylan Parham G
73
LV 1 59 40 72 73 64 70 65 46 60 64 58 58 54 64 55 74 66 1042 61 99.6
Jermaine Eluemunor G
73
LV 1 54 40 72 66 16 45 31 29 60 64 61 58 54 61 53 75 66 905 53 86.5
Kolton Miller OT
88
LV 1 59 40 72 73 64 70 65 46 60 53 2 34 66 704 54 67.3
Quenton Nelson G
91
IND 1 69 57 84 64 66 78 70 71 61 57 72 71 61 67 71 55 66 1140 67 99.3
Ryan Kelly C
82
IND 1 72 38 66 78 70 71 61 34 71 61 67 71 56 66 882 63 76.8
Will Fries C
78
IND 1 72 57 66 64 66 78 70 71 58 56 73 71 64 67 71 55 66 1125 66 98
Aaron Stinnie G
67
TB 1 1 68 66 65 71 60 62 68 62 74 56 65 718 55 65.1
Cody Mauch G
68
TB 1 68 71 47 71 56 73 68 66 65 71 60 62 68 62 74 56 65 1103 64 100
Carter Warren OT
67
NYJ 1 48 58 68 90 73 65 402 50 49.4
Jordan Mailata OT
89
PHI 1 66 77 80 71 79 70 72 63 62 56 66 72 55 69 75 49 65 1147 67 100
Justin Pugh OL
72
NYG 1 77 68 75 63 56 55 52 56 62 61 74 65 764 63 99.3
Landon Dickerson G
82
PHI 1 66 77 55 71 79 70 72 63 62 56 66 72 55 68 49 65 1046 65 91.2
Luke Goedeke OT
78
TB 1 68 71 47 71 56 73 68 66 65 71 60 62 68 62 74 56 65 1103 64 100

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.