Quarterback (QB) Snap Counts 2020

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.

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 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Justin Herbert
67
LAC 2 83 78 53 71 79 1 78 63 82 588 66 87 22
Jared Goff
74
LAR 1 73 69 69 57 68 60 72 95 70 72 705 62 100 15
Tom Brady
88
TB 1 70 61 68 76 71 56 72 70 49 75 69 737 59 98 26
Kyler Murray
77
ARI 1 82 77 65 57 75 62 84 69 73 67 711 63 100 27
Russell Wilson
99
SEA 1 62 63 76 63 54 84 3 65 67 66 603 59 100 29
Drew Lock
67
DEN 1 59 13 64 76 5 73 71 65 426 50 64 9
Joe Flacco
68
NYJ 2 4 69 71 60 204 47 34 4
Patrick Mahomes
98
KC 1 69 77 75 56 72 73 41 2 62 57 584 64 96 27
Philip Rivers
79
IND 1 73 73 46 72 56 63 77 67 69 56 652 66 97 11
Phillip Walker
68
CAR 2 9 5 52 66 4 2
Ryan Tannehill
78
TEN 1 81 62 75 75 57 62 55 59 51 577 65 99 21
Ben Roethlisberger
83
PIT 1 64 65 80 75 58 79 53 65 69 50 658 59 98 22
Cam Newton
81
NE 1 64 72 69 57 32 1 58 50 403 55 82 12
Baker Mayfield
79
CLE 1 73 58 63 75 73 42 52 49 65 49 599 53 97 15
Carson Wentz
83
PHI 1 68 71 91 62 59 72 81 63 67 49 683 63 100 17
Andy Dalton
72
DAL 2 2 22 86 44 48 202 38 23 1
Taysom Hill
67
NO 2 17 14 13 20 20 10 14 19 22 48 197 14 23 2
Kirk Cousins
80
MIN 1 52 54 65 66 87 56 52 58 73 47 610 61 100 15
Lamar Jackson
93
BAL 1 53 65 56 47 62 73 1 64 66 47 534 55 97 17
Alex Smith
70
WAS 3 29 44 88 45 206 24 14 1
Matt Ryan
87
ATL 1 79 75 68 70 65 80 75 70 71 45 698 72 100 16
Aaron Rodgers
87
GB 1 76 68 62 62 60 60 75 62 65 44 634 58 97 27
Deshaun Watson
86
HOU 1 59 59 47 65 58 72 68 64 57 44 593 54 100 19
Tua Tagovailoa
72
MIA 2 5 49 61 58 44 217 28 23 5
Derek Carr
80
LV 1 63 80 59 74 51 65 72 50 72 43 629 59 100 16
Jake Luton
67
JAX 2 69 64 42 175 34 13 3
Matthew Stafford
85
DET 1 78 59 66 61 77 62 61 60 59 41 624 58 97 17
Joe Burrow
76
CIN 1 68 92 71 75 67 73 75 73 65 36 695 66 100 15
Ryan Fitzpatrick
71
MIA 1 62 75 61 71 67 51 21 408 64 77 12
Ryan Griffin
75
NYJ 4 18 27 18 21 42 26 27 16 20 215 24 39
Jacoby Brissett
71
IND 2 1 13 1 1 4 20 4 3 1
Mason Rudolph
67
PIT 2 7 4 4 3 18 3 2
Jalen Hurts
71
PHI 2 3 3 4 2 7 5 3 3 1 31 3 5
Ben DiNucci
67
DAL 3 12 79 94 31 14
Blaine Gabbert
67
TB 3 9 1 5 15 3 2
Brett Rypien
70
DEN 4 13 69 1 83 27 15 2
Brian Hoyer
67
NE 3 50 50 50 9
Case Keenum
67
CLE 2 15 15 15 3
Chad Henne
67
KC 2 10 12 22 11 4 1
Chase Daniel
67
DET 2 15 15 15 3 1
Chris Streveler
68
ARI 3 1 1 2 0 0
CJ Beathard
67
SF 3 23 33 1 57 18 9 1
Dak Prescott
87
DAL 1 72 80 82 82 44 360 72 53 13
Daniel Jones
72
NYG 1 68 65 52 68 68 48 60 74 77 71 651 58 100 9
Drew Brees
96
NO 1 66 60 59 67 72 69 70 60 20 543 58 95 20
Dwayne Haskins
67
WAS 1 70 66 64 71 271 67 52 5
Easton Stick
67
LAC 2 2 2 2 0
Gardner Minshew
72
JAX 1 50 75 66 68 75 64 63 461 65 87 14
Garrett Gilbert
67
DAL 3 72 72 72 11 1
Jameis Winston
81
NO 3 10 34 44 5 2

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.