Running Back (RB) Snap Counts 2021

As the NFL continues to change, committee backfields have come more frequent. A popular committee over the last couple of seasons has been Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. There are a few bell-cow back situations, like Derrick Henry, who sucks up 90% of the team snaps. It takes us back to the days where running backs were the workhorses of the league. While we have seen a little more of that, teams are adding two styles of backs to make up one. Freeman and Coleman are a good example of two running backs that complement each other, but cut into each other’s workload. snap counts can help decipher the RB1 and RB2 on a team. Their snap counts can be dictated based on game flow, which is something to analyze when building trends for players. Running back snaps fluctuate at a high amount, and the weekly breakdown can help you view who is the most consistent target.

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As the NFL continues to change, committee backfields have come more frequent. A popular committee over the last couple of seasons has been Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. There are a few bell-cow back situations, like Derrick Henry, who sucks up 90% of the team snaps. It takes us back to the days where running backs were the workhorses of the league. While we have seen a little more of that, teams are adding two styles of backs to make up one. Freeman and Coleman are a good example of two running backs that complement each other, but cut into each other’s workload. snap counts can help decipher the RB1 and RB2 on a team. Their snap counts can be dictated based on game flow, which is something to analyze when building trends for players. Running back snaps fluctuate at a high amount, and the weekly breakdown can help you view who is the most consistent target.

NAME RTG TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Wk3 Wk4 Wk5 Wk6 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Dalvin Cook
98
MIN 1 59 47 33 66 205 51 46.4 2
Ezekiel Elliott
88
DAL 1 70 44 54 46 47 63 324 54 72 6
Najee Harris
79
PIT 1 58 53 79 48 42 63 343 57 86.4 4
Darrel Williams
69
KC 1 14 14 27 24 37 59 175 29 40.7 4
James Robinson
83
JAX 1 47 41 40 53 48 56 285 47 72.9 5
Devontae Booker
71
NYG 1 24 10 7 60 54 155 31 38.2 2
Darrell Henderson Jr.
72
LAR 1 49 40 61 44 54 248 49 65.8 5
Khalil Herbert
70
CHI 1 1 2 7 34 54 98 16 27.1 1
D'Andre Swift
78
DET 1 63 36 35 52 50 49 285 47 68.8 4
Chuba Hubbard
71
CAR 1 7 19 40 33 46 48 193 32 45.1 1
Leonard Fournette
81
TB 1 42 31 26 64 46 47 256 42 59.8 3
Joe Mixon
90
CIN 1 54 46 35 40 19 45 239 39 64.9 4
Derrick Henry
96
TEN 1 40 67 49 59 49 43 307 51 70.3 10
Melvin Gordon III
84
DEN 1 33 41 36 30 36 43 219 36 54.2 2
Miles Sanders
84
PHI 1 47 39 35 47 50 43 261 43 68.7
Zack Moss
73
BUF 1 18 44 40 42 42 186 37 42.8 4
James Conner
82
ARI 2 34 24 25 33 29 41 186 31 45.3 5
Kareem Hunt
89
CLE 1 28 23 33 41 32 41 198 33 48.3 5
Alex Collins
69
SEA 1 6 14 22 46 39 127 25 36.6 2
Javonte Williams
72
DEN 2 33 28 27 31 25 38 182 30 45 1
Josh Jacobs
86
LV 1 45 36 46 36 163 40 39.3 4
J.D. McKissic
76
WAS 2 20 31 25 27 34 36 173 28 44.5 2
Aaron Jones
91
GB 1 28 45 46 45 44 35 243 40 63.9 6
Devin Singletary
79
BUF 2 64 43 34 32 15 35 223 37 51.3 1
Austin Ekeler
85
LAC 1 47 45 49 45 53 34 273 45 64.4 7
Mark Ingram II
80
HOU 1 36 19 19 10 26 33 143 23 38.1 1
David Johnson
77
HOU 2 22 26 21 27 31 32 159 26 42.4 1
Jonathan Taylor
82
IND 1 42 30 29 36 36 31 204 34 52 5
Chase Edmonds
80
ARI 1 40 39 44 52 37 28 240 40 58.4
Damien Harris
74
NE 1 40 24 22 36 21 26 169 28 44.2 3
Latavius Murray
79
BAL 1 21 27 19 45 36 26 174 29 41.7 4
Tony Pollard
76
DAL 2 20 21 29 18 31 26 145 24 32.2 1
AJ Dillon
77
GB 2 16 19 18 29 21 25 128 21 33.7 1
Malcolm Brown
75
MIA 2 16 9 34 35 5 25 124 20 32 1
Myles Gaskin
74
MIA 1 29 45 43 12 37 25 191 31 49.4 2
Antonio Gibson
83
WAS 1 36 43 31 37 47 23 217 36 55.8 4
Jerick McKinnon
74
KC 2 4 4 3 8 27 23 69 11 16
Royce Freeman
75
CAR 2 3 11 12 14 23 63 10 14.7
DeeJay Dallas
67
SEA 3 3 1 14 22 40 6 11.5
Le'Veon Bell
87
BAL 3 20 22 42 21 29.6 1
Devonta Freeman
76
BAL 2 10 9 6 20 21 66 13 18.9 1
Jamaal Williams
79
DET 2 32 22 31 21 22 19 147 24 35.5 2
Salvon Ahmed
72
MIA 3 11 23 5 5 11 19 74 12 19.1
Joshua Kelley
68
LAC 2 26 18 44 22 10.4
Rhamondre Stevenson
68
NE 3 5 22 18 45 15 11.8 1
Chris Evans
69
CIN 2 2 5 2 7 16 32 5 8.7 1
Elijhaa Penny
68
NYG 3 3 3 8 4 6 15 39 6 9.6 1
Ronald Jones II
81
TB 2 6 26 12 13 10 14 81 13 18.9 1
Alexander Mattison
74
MIN 2 9 13 51 23 44 12 152 25 34.4 1
Demetric Felton
68
CLE 2 3 11 6 3 12 35 5 8.5 1

As the NFL continues to change, committee backfields have come more frequent. A popular committee over the last couple of seasons has been Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. There are a few bell-cow back situations, like Derrick Henry, who sucks up 90% of the team snaps. It takes us back to the days where running backs were the workhorses of the league. While we have seen a little more of that, teams are adding two styles of backs to make up one. Freeman and Coleman are a good example of two running backs that complement each other, but cut into each other’s workload. snap counts can help decipher the RB1 and RB2 on a team. Their snap counts can be dictated based on game flow, which is something to analyze when building trends for players. Running back snaps fluctuate at a high amount, and the weekly breakdown can help you view who is the most consistent target.