2018 Quarterback (QB) 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.

NAME RTG TEAM DEPTH Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Wk 15 Wk 16 Wk 17 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Chase Daniel
72
CHI 2 3 1 3 58 82 147 29 8.9
Andrew Luck
86
IND 1 82 61 58 90 83 69 58 78 55 54 69 76 67 900 69 97.8
Aaron Rodgers
97
GB 1 46 77 69 76 81 71 52 74 57 49 53 76 64 846 65 98.1
Derek Carr
82
OAK 1 74 65 76 92 52 60 50 47 63 68 56 76 67 846 65 98.3 1
Deshaun Watson
83
HOU 1 74 67 68 86 80 61 64 60 62 63 65 76 72 898 69 99.9 2
Nick Mullens N/A SF 1 55 73 64 76 72 340 68 26.3
Carson Wentz N/A PHI 1 82 78 59 71 67 62 62 51 65 75 52 724 65 79.8
Tom Brady
99
NE 1 75 61 48 77 69 78 64 74 71 58 70 74 82 902 69 98.2 2
Eli Manning
78
NYG 1 71 68 62 62 56 65 64 70 59 53 62 72 46 810 62 100
Josh Allen
73
BUF 1 32 62 67 58 65 38 58 72 76 528 58 52.8 5
Matthew Stafford
86
DET 1 63 77 74 54 62 64 59 70 78 65 66 72 60 864 66 99.1
Dak Prescott
80
DAL 1 64 53 61 69 62 67 66 59 69 64 70 71 99 874 67 99.2 5
Patrick Mahomes
78
KC 1 56 58 76 78 70 54 70 58 64 59 72 71 86 873 67 100 2
Cam Newton
90
CAR 1 67 67 67 70 60 59 62 62 54 57 59 69 73 826 63 98.8 4
Jared Goff
85
LAR 1 63 72 77 55 66 74 51 78 60 65 80 69 63 873 67 98.7 1
Josh McCown
76
NYJ 2 56 64 69 3 192 48 17.5
Ben Roethlisberger
90
PIT 1 84 82 66 63 60 73 70 80 50 65 78 68 41 881 67 98.6 3
Jeff Driskel
68
CIN 1 9 7 1 44 68 67 196 32 8.9 2
Marcus Mariota
80
TEN 1 36 53 71 54 44 71 70 65 35 55 67 60 682 56 79.5 2
Lamar Jackson
78
BAL 1 31 6 2 9 5 2 5 14 13 79 70 66 69 371 28 28.7 3
Jameis Winston N/A TB 1 35 66 95 63 30 73 65 70 497 62 45.8 1
Philip Rivers
88
LAC 1 82 56 52 68 64 53 44 51 56 77 56 63 57 780 60 96.9
Josh Rosen
79
ARI 1 13 60 51 58 66 66 73 54 47 62 70 620 56 78.3
Kirk Cousins
83
MIN 1 71 73 66 74 62 71 69 73 49 67 70 61 806 67 100 1
Case Keenum
80
DEN 1 74 66 68 60 77 65 59 73 66 56 57 59 74 854 65 99.9 1
Cody Kessler
74
JAX 1 38 58 71 167 55 5.1
Russell Wilson
90
SEA 1 57 66 69 66 60 64 63 81 68 70 62 58 784 65 100
Baker Mayfield
79
CLE 1 46 82 80 74 68 64 72 53 64 57 52 712 64 76.5
Ryan Tannehill
76
MIA 1 62 60 44 36 64 53 55 46 420 52 48.6
Matt Ryan
90
ATL 1 70 62 68 70 64 67 65 68 75 56 70 53 71 859 66 98.8 2
Drew Brees
90
NO 1 64 66 79 70 63 71 53 71 63 65 57 52 64 838 64 97.3 4
Mark Sanchez N/A WAS 1 32 33 65 32 0
Robert Griffin III N/A BAL 2 1 16 4 21 7 0.1
Colt McCoy
72
WAS 4 24 63 13 100 33 11.8
Taysom Hill
60
NO 2 1 5 15 14 26 18 11 23 13 11 7 7 430 33 18.5 1
Blaine Gabbert
60
TEN 2 33 59 9 28 1 130 26 20.5
Geno Smith
65
LAC 2 1 7 13 1 22 5 3.1
Taylor Heinicke
57
CAR 2 3 3 1 1 1 9 1 1
Andy Dalton
79
CIN 3 55 76 65 73 60 61 50 65 37 55 30 627 57 91.4
AJ McCarron
67
OAK 2 10 2 12 6 1.7
Alex Smith
86
WAS 3 79 74 61 61 70 60 68 69 58 51 651 65 88.2 1
Blake Bortles
81
JAX 2 63 71 57 77 83 48 30 64 75 68 70 706 64 94.9 1
Brian Hoyer
79
NE 2 4 2 8 14 4 1.8
Brock Osweiler
63
MIA 2 13 78 56 66 57 68 2 340 48 51.4
Brandon Weeden
74
HOU 2 1 1 1 0.1
CJ Beathard
71
SF 2 1 60 98 57 58 66 340 56 46.6 1
Chad Kelly
69
DEN 4 1 1 1 0.1
Cooper Rush
65
DAL 2 6 6 6 0.8
Derek Anderson N/A BUF 3 56 62 118 59 16.4
Deshone Kizer
73
GB 2 14 1 15 7 1.9

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.