Offensive Line (OL) Snap Counts 2022

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.

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Passing Yards
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
U 248.5
-140
O 248.5
+110
U 246.5
-118
O 246.5
-118
U 246.5
-110
O 246.5
-120
Passing Touchdowns
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
U 1.5
+100
O 1.5
-135
U 1.5
+104
O 1.5
-143
U 1.5
+100
O 1.5
-135
Passing Completions
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
U 23.5
+100
O 23.5
-130
U 23.5
-101
O 23.5
-135
U 23.5
+100
O 23.5
-130
Longest Pass Completion
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
U 35.5
-120
O 35.5
-110
U 35.5
-120
O 35.5
-114
U 35.5
-120
O 35.5
-110
Interceptions Thrown
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
U 0.5
-125
O 0.5
-105
U 0.5
-125
O 0.5
-105
Passing and Rushing Yards
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
U 252.5
-115
O 252.5
-115
U 252.5
-115
O 252.5
-115
Score a Touchdown
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
+850
Score First Touchdown
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
+2900
Score Last Touchdown
Sun, 8:25p: GB @ TB
+2500
To win MVP
+2000 +2200 +1800
To win Offensive Player of the Year
+5500 +6600
Most Passing Yards in League
+1000 +1000
Most Passing TDs in League
+1000
Most Interceptions Thrown in League
+6000
Total Regular Season Passing Yards
U 4600.5
-120
O 4600.5
+100
Total Regular Season Passing Touchdowns
U 35.5
-110
O 35.5
-110

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 TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Justin Pugh OL ARI 1 87 87 87 57.2
Kelvin Beachum OL ARI 1 57 87 144 72 94.7
Rodney Hudson OL ARI 1 57 87 144 72 94.7
Will Hernandez OL ARI 1 57 87 144 72 94.7
D.J. Humphries OL ARI 1 65 86 151 75 99.3
Aaron Banks OL SF 1 68 76 144 72 100
Jake Brendel OL SF 1 68 76 144 72 100
Mike McGlinchey OT SF 1 68 76 144 72 100
Spencer Burford OL SF 1 68 76 144 72 100
Trent Williams OT SF 1 68 76 144 72 100
Matt Feiler G LAC 1 67 75 142 71 100
Rashawn Slater OT LAC 1 67 75 142 71 100
Zion Johnson G LAC 1 67 75 142 71 100
Andrew Norwell G WAS 1 74 74 148 74 98
Charles Leno Jr. OT WAS 1 77 74 151 75 100
Sam Cosmi OT WAS 1 77 74 151 75 100
Trai Turner G WAS 1 52 74 126 63 83.4
Andrew Thomas OT NYG 1 60 73 133 66 100
Chase Roullier C WAS 77 73 150 75 99.3
Evan Neal OT NYG 1 60 73 133 66 100
Isaac Seumalo G PHI 1 77 73 150 75 100
Jon Feliciano OL NYG 1 60 73 133 66 100
Jason Kelce C PHI 1 77 73 150 75 100
Jordan Mailata OT PHI 1 77 73 150 75 100
Landon Dickerson G PHI 1 77 73 150 75 100
Lane Johnson OT PHI 1 77 73 150 75 100
Mark Glowinski OL NYG 1 60 73 133 66 100
Cameron Fleming OT DEN 2 66 72 138 69 100
Dalton Risner G DEN 1 66 72 138 69 100
Garett Bolles OT DEN 1 66 72 138 69 100
Graham Glasgow G DEN 1 48 72 120 60 87
Lloyd Cushenberry III C DEN 1 66 72 138 69 100
Ben Bartch G JAX 1 70 71 141 70 100
Brandon Scherff G JAX 1 70 71 141 70 100
Cam Robinson OL JAX 1 70 71 141 70 100
Connor Williams OL MIA 1 60 71 131 65 100
Greg Little OT MIA 1 45 71 116 58 88.5
Jawaan Taylor OL JAX 1 65 71 136 68 96.5
Liam Eichenberg OL MIA 1 60 71 131 65 100
Luke Fortner C JAX 1 70 71 141 70 100
Robert Hunt OL MIA 1 60 71 131 65 100
Terron Armstead OT MIA 1 58 71 129 64 98.5
Alex Cappa G CIN 1 100 70 170 85 100
Alijah Vera-Tucker G NYJ 1 84 70 154 77 100
Cordell Volson G CIN 1 100 70 170 85 100
George Fant OT NYJ 1 84 70 154 77 100
Jonah Williams OT CIN 1 100 70 170 85 100
La'el Collins OT CIN 1 100 70 170 85 100
Laken Tomlinson G NYJ 1 84 70 154 77 100
Max Mitchell OL NYJ 1 84 70 154 77 100

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.