Quarterback (QB) Snap Counts 2022

The most stable position as far as snap counts go are quarterbacks. They do not see drastic changes in-game as some of the other positions, unless they get injured or benched. While it does happen, things can be cleared up pretty quickly where those snaps will go. An often overlooked part of snaps among quarterbacks is seeing what offenses are on the field the most. Snaps mean offensive production, so a quarterback on the field more often than not can mean a few things. His defense are getting stops to force the offense on the field or they play an up-tempo style offense. A quarterback playing less snaps doesn’t necessarily mean they are not getting offensive opportunity, they could be efficient enough moving down the field where they are producing in more efficient snaps. Our snap counts are searchable, sortable, and can be brought into CSV format for your liking.

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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 most stable position as far as snap counts go are quarterbacks. They do not see drastic changes in-game as some of the other positions, unless they get injured or benched. While it does happen, things can be cleared up pretty quickly where those snaps will go. An often overlooked part of snaps among quarterbacks is seeing what offenses are on the field the most. Snaps mean offensive production, so a quarterback on the field more often than not can mean a few things. His defense are getting stops to force the offense on the field or they play an up-tempo style offense. A quarterback playing less snaps doesn’t necessarily mean they are not getting offensive opportunity, they could be efficient enough moving down the field where they are producing in more efficient snaps. Our snap counts are searchable, sortable, and can be brought into CSV format for your liking.

NAME TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Kyler Murray ARI 1 57 87 144 72 94.7 4
Carson Wentz WAS 1 77 74 151 75 100 7
Justin Herbert LAC 1 67 74 141 70 99.3 6
Daniel Jones NYG 1 60 73 133 66 100 3
Jalen Hurts PHI 1 77 73 150 75 100 4
Russell Wilson DEN 1 66 72 138 69 100 2
Trevor Lawrence JAX 1 70 71 141 70 100 3
Tua Tagovailoa MIA 1 60 71 131 65 100 7
Joe Burrow CIN 1 100 70 170 85 100 3
Joe Flacco NYJ 1 84 70 154 77 100 5
Aaron Rodgers GB 1 56 68 124 62 96.1 2
Mac Jones NE 1 57 68 125 62 100 2
Derek Carr LV 1 58 67 125 62 100 4
Jacoby Brissett CLE 1 80 67 147 73 100 2
Tom Brady TB 1 62 67 129 64 100 2
Jameis Winston NO 1 61 66 127 63 98.4 3
Matthew Stafford LAR 1 67 62 129 64 100 4
Cooper Rush DAL 1 16 61 77 38 59.2 1
Jared Goff DET 1 69 61 130 65 100 6
Kirk Cousins MIN 1 62 61 123 61 100 3
Marcus Mariota ATL 1 75 61 136 68 100 3
Davis Mills HOU 1 68 60 128 64 96.2 2
Jimmy Garoppolo SF 1 60 60 60 41.7 2
Lamar Jackson BAL 1 56 59 115 57 100 7
Mitch Trubisky PIT 1 63 59 122 61 100 2
Baker Mayfield CAR 1 53 58 111 55 100 3
Patrick Mahomes KC 1 65 57 122 61 96.1 7
Josh Allen BUF 1 59 52 111 55 87.4 8
Geno Smith SEA 1 55 49 104 52 100 2
Matt Ryan IND 1 92 48 140 70 98.6 1
Justin Fields CHI 1 58 41 99 49 100 3
Ryan Tannehill TEN 1 65 39 104 52 86 2
Malik Willis TEN 2 17 17 17 14
Case Keenum BUF 2 16 16 16 12.6
Trey Lance SF 1 68 16 84 42 58.3
Jeff Driskel HOU 3 2 3 5 2 3.8
Nick Foles IND 2 2 2 2 1.4
Chase Daniel LAC 2 1 1 1 0.7
Chad Henne KC 2 5 5 5 3.9
Dak Prescott DAL 2 53 53 53 40.8
Jordan Love GB 2 5 5 5 3.9
Trace McSorley ARI 2 8 8 8 5.3
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The most stable position as far as snap counts go are quarterbacks. They do not see drastic changes in-game as some of the other positions, unless they get injured or benched. While it does happen, things can be cleared up pretty quickly where those snaps will go. An often overlooked part of snaps among quarterbacks is seeing what offenses are on the field the most. Snaps mean offensive production, so a quarterback on the field more often than not can mean a few things. His defense are getting stops to force the offense on the field or they play an up-tempo style offense. A quarterback playing less snaps doesn’t necessarily mean they are not getting offensive opportunity, they could be efficient enough moving down the field where they are producing in more efficient snaps. Our snap counts are searchable, sortable, and can be brought into CSV format for your liking.