Running Back (RB) Snap Counts 2022

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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Rushing Yards
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
U 60.5
-115
O 60.5
-115
U 60.5
-119
O 60.5
-115
U 60.5
-115
O 60.5
-115
Longest Rush
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
U 14.5
-125
O 14.5
-105
U 14.5
-125
O 14.5
-105
Receiving Yards
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
U 39.5
-110
O 39.5
-120
U 39.5
-133
O 39.5
-103
U 39.5
-110
O 39.5
-115
Longest Reception
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
U 15.5
-115
O 15.5
-115
U 15.5
-123
O 15.5
-111
U 15.5
-115
O 15.5
-115
Rushing and Receiving Yards
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
U 105.5
-115
O 105.5
-115
U 105.5
-118
O 105.5
-118
U 105.5
-115
O 105.5
-115
Score a Touchdown
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
+105 -116
Score 2+ Touchdowns
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
+650 +430
Score 3+ Touchdowns
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
+2800 +2200
Score First Touchdown
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
+600 +390
Score Last Touchdown
Sun, 5:00p: NO @ CAR
+550 +420
To win MVP
+10000 +15000 +15000
To win Offensive Player of the Year
+2500 +2500
To win Comeback Player of the Year
+700 +700
Most Rushing Yards in League
+1500 +3000
Most Rushing TDs in League
+1800
Most Receiving Yards in League
+6000 +5000
Most Receptions in League
+4000
Most Receiving TDs in League
+10000

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 TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Saquon Barkley NYG 1 50 61 111 55 83.5 1
Leonard Fournette TB 1 47 58 105 52 81.4
Christian McCaffrey CAR 1 43 53 96 48 86.5 1
Joe Mixon CIN 1 73 53 126 63 74.1
Josh Jacobs LV 1 35 48 83 41 66.4
Austin Ekeler LAC 1 33 47 80 40 56.3
Javonte Williams DEN 1 38 47 85 42 61.6
James Robinson JAX 1 34 45 79 39 56 3
Michael Carter NYJ 1 50 43 93 46 60.4
Dalvin Cook MIN 1 48 42 90 45 73.2
Najee Harris PIT 1 37 42 79 39 64.8 1
Rhamondre Stevenson NE 2 14 42 56 28 44.8
Ezekiel Elliott DAL 1 40 41 81 40 62.3
Antonio Gibson WAS 1 49 40 89 44 58.9 1
Aaron Jones GB 1 37 40 77 38 59.7 2
Darrel Williams ARI 3 40 40 20 26.3 1
AJ Dillon GB 2 31 39 70 35 54.3 1
Dameon Pierce HOU 1 20 39 59 29 44.4
Miles Sanders PHI 1 40 39 79 39 52.7 1
Raheem Mostert MIA 2 25 39 64 32 48.9
Devin Singletary BUF 1 35 37 72 36 56.7
Eno Benjamin ARI 2 22 37 59 29 38.8
Jonathan Taylor IND 1 70 37 107 53 75.4 1
Jeff Wilson Jr. SF 1 40 37 77 38 53.5
Chase Edmonds MIA 1 38 36 74 37 56.5
Cordarrelle Patterson ATL 1 49 36 85 42 62.5 1
Nick Chubb CLE 1 42 36 78 39 53.1 3
Darrell Henderson Jr. LAR 1 55 35 90 45 69.8 1
J.D. McKissic WAS 2 31 34 65 32 43
Tony Jones Jr. NO 3 1 34 35 17 27.1
David Montgomery CHI 1 38 33 71 35 71.7
D'Andre Swift DET 1 46 31 77 38 59.2 2
Kareem Hunt CLE 2 45 31 76 38 51.7 2
Tyrion Davis-Price SF 2 30 30 30 20.8
Hassan Haskins TEN 2 9 28 37 18 30.6
Cam Akers LAR 2 12 27 39 19 30.2
Damien Harris NE 1 22 27 49 24 39.2 1
Jerick McKinnon KC 2 27 27 54 27 42.5 1
Derrick Henry TEN 1 44 26 70 35 57.9 1
Travis Etienne Jr. JAX 2 36 26 62 31 44
Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC 1 27 25 52 26 40.9 2
Mark Ingram II NO 2 20 25 45 22 34.9
Tony Pollard DAL 2 38 24 62 31 47.7 1
Melvin Gordon III DEN 2 27 23 50 25 36.2
Rex Burkhead HOU 2 50 23 73 36 54.9
Travis Homer SEA 3 19 22 41 20 39.4
Justice Hill BAL 3 11 21 32 16 27.8
Jamaal Williams DET 2 23 21 44 22 33.8 2
Rashaad Penny SEA 1 38 20 58 29 55.8
Alexander Mattison MIN 2 14 19 33 16 26.8

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.