NFL Snap Counts

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
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 294.5
-115
O 294.5
-115
U 294.5
-118
O 294.5
-118
U 292.5
-110
O 292.5
-110
U 294.5
-115
O 294.5
-115
Passing Touchdowns
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 1.5
+180
O 1.5
-220
U 1.5
+159
O 1.5
-222
U 1.5
+154
O 1.5
-210
U 1.5
+160
O 1.5
-225
Passing Attempts
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 38.5
+100
O 38.5
-130
U 38.5
-118
O 38.5
-118
U 39.5
-130
O 39.5
-102
U 38.5
-115
O 38.5
-120
Passing Completions
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 25.5
+100
O 25.5
-130
U 25.5
-114
O 25.5
-120
U 25.5
-104
O 25.5
-128
U 25.5
-110
O 25.5
-120
Longest Pass Completion
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 37.5
+100
O 37.5
-130
U 37.5
-118
O 37.5
-118
U 38.5
-125
O 38.5
-106
U 37.5
-110
O 37.5
-120
Interceptions Thrown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 0.5
-115
O 0.5
-115
U 0.5
-104
O 0.5
-132
U 0.5
-125
O 0.5
-105
Rushing Yards
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 18.5
-110
O 18.5
-120
U 18.5
-115
O 18.5
-119
U 19.5
-118
O 19.5
-104
U 18.5
-110
O 18.5
-120
Rushing Attempts
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 4.5
-155
O 4.5
+125
U 3.5
+120
O 3.5
-160
Longest Rush
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 10.5
-140
O 10.5
+105
U 10.5
-114
O 10.5
-114
U 10.5
-120
O 10.5
-110
Passing and Rushing Yards
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 318.5
-115
O 318.5
-115
U 313.5
-114
O 313.5
-114
U 319.5
-120
O 319.5
-110
Score a Touchdown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+370 +320 +550 +500
Score 2+ Touchdowns
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+2500 +6500 +6600
Score a First Quarter Touchdown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+1400
Score a First Half Touchdown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+700 +1000
Score a Second Half Touchdown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+600 +1000
Score First Touchdown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+2500 +1400 +2900 +2800
Score Last Touchdown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+2200 +1800 +2600 +3300
To win Super Bowl MVP
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+125 +130 +135

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.

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.

2022 Snap Count Leaders: Quarterbacks

Tom Brady

QB | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Brady is averaging 6.4 passing yards per attempt (30th in the NFL) and 276.1 yards per game this year, completing 66.8% of his passes on the way to 4,694 total yards (third in the NFL), 25 touchdowns (eighth in the NFL) and nine interceptions through 17 games.
  • He's added -1 yards on the ground ( on the Buccaneers), with one rushing touchdown. He's averaging -0.1 yards per game and 0 per attempt.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Cowboys): 62 Snaps / 212 YDS (66.7%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Saints): 67 Snaps / 190 YDS (52.9%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Packers): 65 Snaps / 271 YDS (73.8%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Chiefs): 64 Snaps / 385 YDS (75%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Falcons): 79 Snaps / 351 YDS (67.3%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 6 (vs Steelers): 72 Snaps / 243 YDS (62.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 7 (vs Panthers): 67 Snaps / 290 YDS (65.3%) / 0 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 8 (vs Ravens): 68 Snaps / 325 YDS (59.1%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Rams): 84 Snaps / 280 YDS (62.1%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 10 (vs Seahawks): 75 Snaps / 258 YDS (75.9%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Browns): 69 Snaps / 246 YDS (67.4%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Saints): 80 Snaps / 281 YDS (66.7%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 14 (vs 49ers): 76 Snaps / 253 YDS (61.8%) / 1 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Bengals): 74 Snaps / 312 YDS (68.2%) / 3 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Cardinals): 81 Snaps / 281 YDS (66.7%) / 1 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Panthers): 78 Snaps / 432 YDS (75.6%) / 3 TD / 0 INT / 4 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 18 (vs Falcons): 31 Snaps / 84 YDS (76.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 1 (vs Cowboys): 82 Snaps / 351 YDS (53%) / 2 TD / 1 INT

Justin Herbert

QB | Los Angeles Chargers

  • Through 17 games, Herbert has 4,739 passing yards (second-best in the NFL), while throwing 25 touchdowns (eighth in the NFL) against 10 interceptions and completing 68.2% of his attempts.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Raiders): 67 Snaps / 279 YDS (76.5%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Chiefs): 74 Snaps / 334 YDS (68.8%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Jaguars): 61 Snaps / 297 YDS (55.6%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Texans): 70 Snaps / 340 YDS (69.2%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Browns): 71 Snaps / 228 YDS (64.7%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 6 (vs Broncos): 93 Snaps / 238 YDS (64.9%) / 0 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 7 (vs Seahawks): 71 Snaps / 293 YDS (64.7%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Falcons): 69 Snaps / 245 YDS (69.8%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 10 (vs 49ers): 55 Snaps / 196 YDS (60%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 11 (vs Chiefs): 65 Snaps / 280 YDS (76.7%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Cardinals): 66 Snaps / 274 YDS (74.5%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Raiders): 75 Snaps / 335 YDS (59.6%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 14 (vs Dolphins): 80 Snaps / 367 YDS (76.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Titans): 71 Snaps / 313 YDS (66.7%) / 0 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Colts): 68 Snaps / 235 YDS (77.4%) / 0 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Rams): 51 Snaps / 212 YDS (75%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Broncos): 55 Snaps / 273 YDS (67.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 1 (vs Jaguars): 70 Snaps / 273 YDS (58.1%) / 1 TD / 0 INT

Jared Goff

QB | Detroit Lions

  • Goff has thrown for 4,438 yards this year (to rank sixth in the NFL), 29 touchdowns (fifth in the NFL) and seven interceptions. He is completing 65.1% of his attempts while averaging 261.1 yards per game and 7.6 per attempt.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Eagles): 69 Snaps / 215 YDS (56.8%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Commanders): 61 Snaps / 256 YDS (58.8%) / 4 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Vikings): 78 Snaps / 277 YDS (61%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Seahawks): 74 Snaps / 378 YDS (66.7%) / 4 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Patriots): 66 Snaps / 229 YDS (54.3%) / 0 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 7 (vs Cowboys): 59 Snaps / 228 YDS (80.8%) / 0 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 8 (vs Dolphins): 60 Snaps / 321 YDS (73%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Packers): 62 Snaps / 137 YDS (53.8%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 10 (vs Bears): 62 Snaps / 236 YDS (73.1%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 11 (vs Giants): 67 Snaps / 165 YDS (65.4%) / 0 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Bills): 71 Snaps / 240 YDS (62.2%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Jaguars): 74 Snaps / 340 YDS (75.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 14 (vs Vikings): 70 Snaps / 330 YDS (69.2%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Jets): 68 Snaps / 252 YDS (60.5%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Panthers): 66 Snaps / 355 YDS (59.5%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Bears): 64 Snaps / 255 YDS (72.4%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Packers): 62 Snaps / 224 YDS (67.6%) / 0 TD / 0 INT

Patrick Mahomes II

QB | Kansas City Chiefs

  • Mahomes has 5,250 passing yards (which ranks first in the NFL), 41 touchdowns (first in the NFL) and 12 interceptions. His completion percentage is 67.1% and he averages 308.8 yards per game and 8.1 per attempt.
  • Mahomes also has four rushing touchdowns and 358 rushing yards (second on the Chiefs).

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Cardinals): 65 Snaps / 360 YDS (76.9%) / 5 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Chargers): 57 Snaps / 235 YDS (68.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Colts): 63 Snaps / 262 YDS (57.1%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Buccaneers): 80 Snaps / 249 YDS (62.2%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Raiders): 72 Snaps / 292 YDS (67.4%) / 4 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 6 (vs Bills): 67 Snaps / 338 YDS (62.5%) / 2 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 7 (vs 49ers): 58 Snaps / 423 YDS (73.5%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 9 (vs Titans): 100 Snaps / 446 YDS (63.2%) / 1 TD / 1 INT / 63 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 10 (vs Jaguars): 63 Snaps / 331 YDS (74.3%) / 4 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 11 (vs Chargers): 65 Snaps / 329 YDS (58.8%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Rams): 76 Snaps / 320 YDS (64.3%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Bengals): 55 Snaps / 223 YDS (59.3%) / 1 TD / 0 INT / 9 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 14 (vs Broncos): 68 Snaps / 352 YDS (66.7%) / 3 TD / 3 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Texans): 77 Snaps / 336 YDS (87.8%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 33 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 16 (vs Seahawks): 53 Snaps / 224 YDS (57.1%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 8 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 17 (vs Broncos): 60 Snaps / 328 YDS (69%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Raiders): 52 Snaps / 202 YDS (69.2%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Jaguars): 55 Snaps / 195 YDS (73.3%) / 2 TD / 0 INT

Kirk Cousins

QB | Minnesota Vikings

  • Cousins ranks fourth in the NFL with 4,547 passing yards through 17 games this year, averaging 267.5 per game with a 65.9% completion percentage and 29 touchdowns (fifth in the NFL) against 14 interceptions.
  • He has also rushed for 97 yards (third on the Vikings) and added two touchdowns on the ground, while averaging 5.7 rushing yards per game.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Packers): 62 Snaps / 277 YDS (71.9%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 2 (vs Eagles): 61 Snaps / 221 YDS (58.7%) / 1 TD / 3 INT
  • Week 3 (vs Lions): 72 Snaps / 260 YDS (58.5%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 4 (vs Saints): 72 Snaps / 273 YDS (65.8%) / 1 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 5 (vs Bears): 79 Snaps / 296 YDS (78%) / 1 TD / 1 INT / 4 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 6 (vs Dolphins): 52 Snaps / 175 YDS (66.7%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 8 (vs Cardinals): 71 Snaps / 232 YDS (66.7%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 22 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD
  • Week 9 (vs Commanders): 65 Snaps / 265 YDS (55%) / 2 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 10 (vs Bills): 83 Snaps / 357 YDS (60%) / 1 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 11 (vs Cowboys): 45 Snaps / 105 YDS (52.2%) / 0 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 12 (vs Patriots): 69 Snaps / 299 YDS (81.1%) / 3 TD / 1 INT
  • Week 13 (vs Jets): 68 Snaps / 173 YDS (60%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 14 (vs Lions): 65 Snaps / 425 YDS (75.6%) / 2 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 15 (vs Colts): 90 Snaps / 460 YDS (63%) / 4 TD / 2 INT
  • Week 16 (vs Giants): 72 Snaps / 299 YDS (70.8%) / 3 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 17 (vs Packers): 50 Snaps / 205 YDS (58.1%) / 1 TD / 3 INT
  • Week 18 (vs Bears): 38 Snaps / 225 YDS (85%) / 1 TD / 0 INT
  • Week 1 (vs Giants): 57 Snaps / 273 YDS (79.5%) / 2 TD / 0 INT / 1 RUSH YDS / 1 RUSH TD