NFL Snap Counts

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. Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon 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, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
U 57.5
-115
O 57.5
-115
U 57.5
-137
O 57.5
+100
U 56.5
-114
O 56.5
-114
U 57.5
-110
O 57.5
-120
Rushing Attempts
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
U 14.5
-125
O 14.5
-105
U 13.5
-130
O 13.5
-102
U 14.5
-110
O 14.5
-120
Longest Rush
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
U 15.5
-120
O 15.5
-110
U 15.5
-120
O 15.5
-110
Receiving Yards
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
U 32.5
-120
O 32.5
-110
U 32.5
-114
O 32.5
-120
U 32.5
-114
O 32.5
-114
U 32.5
-120
O 32.5
-110
Receptions Made
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
U 4.5
-135
O 4.5
+105
U 4.5
-136
O 4.5
+102
U 4.5
-140
O 4.5
+105
Longest Reception
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
U 14.5
-120
O 14.5
-110
U 14.5
-120
O 14.5
-110
Rushing and Receiving Yards
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
U 99.5
-115
O 99.5
-115
U 90.5
-114
O 90.5
-114
U 95.5
-115
O 95.5
-115
Score a Touchdown
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
-125 -127 -130 -120
Score 2+ Touchdowns
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
+400 +410 +500
Score 3+ Touchdowns
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
+1700 +2000 +2000
Score a First Quarter Touchdown
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
+475
Score a First Half Touchdown
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
+205 +210
Score a Second Half Touchdown
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
+160 +200
Score First Touchdown
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
+700 +430 +600 +700
Score Last Touchdown
Sun, 8:00p: SF @ PHI
+600 +450 +550 +650
To win Offensive Player of the Year
+5000 +5000
To win Comeback Player of the Year
+165 +160
To win Super Bowl MVP
+1500 +1400

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. Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon 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 Wk7 Wk8 Wk9 Wk10 Wk11 Wk12 Wk13 Wk14 Wk15 Wk16 Wk17 Wk18 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Cam Akers
81
LAR 1 12 27 24 28 20 11 10 25 16 46 27 34 49 38 61 428 24 38.1 7
Kenneth Walker III
84
SEA 1 12 9 25 30 47 52 49 56 45 46 14 48 40 41 61 575 34 50.2 9
Derrick Henry
95
TEN 1 44 26 43 37 41 44 43 30 36 47 32 30 50 44 45 56 648 37 61.7 14
Kenyan Drake
75
BAL 3 33 15 27 34 17 44 46 35 18 34 11 51 365 30 33.3 5
Josh Jacobs
96
LV 1 35 48 45 67 52 45 32 41 55 53 61 46 50 51 43 47 50 821 45 74.7 12
Nick Chubb
98
CLE 1 42 36 45 40 35 31 34 37 32 41 47 32 45 46 37 32 48 660 38 55.1 12
Tyler Allgeier
76
ATL 1 19 21 24 39 33 29 40 23 30 30 22 28 36 42 34 47 497 31 47.3 4
Najee Harris
82
PIT 1 37 42 47 48 37 44 58 54 50 67 20 43 31 45 49 45 46 763 44 66 9
Alvin Kamara
85
NO 1 38 48 56 50 52 46 45 37 40 38 35 34 38 40 45 642 39 60.2 4
Matt Breida
71
NYG 2 13 11 8 9 18 16 18 14 14 15 18 9 23 11 11 12 44 264 12 20.5 1
Jeff Wilson Jr.
76
MIA 2 40 37 41 33 39 31 26 19 28 42 46 17 8 30 46 42 525 30 48.9 6
Zack Moss
73
IND 2 22 13 16 6 16 1 4 1 5 53 36 34 42 249 17 21
Chuba Hubbard
74
CAR 2 3 2 7 3 11 4 23 12 23 28 23 29 31 35 41 275 15 24.5 2
Dare Ogunbowale
68
HOU 2 1 8 3 1 4 4 18 14 18 27 19 26 40 183 8 14.3 1
Latavius Murray
77
DEN 2 26 27 31 27 25 32 49 36 38 44 31 42 39 447 31 47.1 6
Corey Clement
69
ARI 3 1 1 3 32 36 73 8 11.9 1
Damien Harris
82
NE 2 22 27 25 26 6 9 32 15 11 7 4 29 36 249 15 20.5 3
Joe Mixon
88
CIN 1 73 53 45 53 44 41 49 38 48 14 39 42 49 36 624 42 56.5 9
Austin Ekeler
89
LAC 1 33 47 34 41 42 61 55 47 40 45 46 45 47 49 41 28 33 734 41 62.4 18
Aaron Jones
89
GB 1 37 40 39 45 46 41 40 44 30 45 40 35 25 40 25 25 33 630 35 57.7 7
James Cook
76
BUF 2 3 18 11 2 10 10 15 14 13 16 14 32 24 28 26 33 269 14 23 3
Jaret Patterson
68
WAS 5 33 33 0 0
Rhamondre Stevenson
78
NE 1 14 42 41 32 54 60 40 49 46 49 45 53 13 43 51 34 33 699 39 67.7 6
Ezekiel Elliott
86
DAL 2 40 41 41 39 36 41 31 21 38 38 35 38 34 53 32 558 35 48 12
AJ Dillon
79
GB 2 31 39 33 42 20 36 16 28 49 24 29 21 45 26 38 29 31 537 29 48.9 7
Jaylen Warren
71
PIT 2 23 17 12 16 38 20 17 22 36 3 13 22 23 21 28 31 342 20 28.6 1
Jonathan Williams
67
WAS 4 1 2 6 5 2 20 32 31 99 5 6
Christian McCaffrey
95
SF 1 43 53 49 45 59 38 22 43 46 38 44 69 44 57 39 57 30 776 43 74.7 14
Deon Jackson
67
IND 3 2 46 54 5 2 39 13 4 8 25 8 14 30 250 14 20.4 2
Jamaal Williams
84
DET 1 23 21 35 37 22 26 22 38 25 32 30 23 26 21 16 33 30 460 25 39.8 17
Samaje Perine
79
CIN 2 26 14 23 12 19 14 20 13 27 46 56 60 29 25 34 30 448 26 40.2 6
Gary Brightwell
67
NYG 3 1 3 7 1 1 7 11 21 1 5 29 87 3 5.4 1
Miles Sanders
87
PHI 1 40 39 41 55 54 44 29 42 29 44 43 39 45 40 38 22 29 673 37 58.2 11
Tony Pollard
88
DAL 1 38 24 28 24 23 27 41 31 72 39 44 28 41 41 39 29 569 33 49.3 12
Joshua Kelley
69
LAC 2 18 19 13 14 18 2 14 32 32 25 23 23 28 261 17 27.1 2
Travis Etienne Jr.
82
JAX 1 36 26 33 24 40 29 57 57 56 50 5 49 54 51 51 24 27 669 37 59.8 5
Alexander Mattison
75
MIN 2 14 19 28 27 34 7 17 9 13 16 10 17 10 13 15 23 25 297 16 24.8 6
Giovani Bernard
73
TB 4 25 25 0 0
Boston Scott
75
PHI 3 14 15 7 10 13 5 5 13 10 17 12 4 3 18 24 170 9 13.2 3
Chase Edmonds
75
DEN 2 38 36 19 18 10 31 18 16 15 3 28 41 24 297 21 34.4 3
Dalvin Cook
93
MIN 1 48 42 44 45 45 45 54 57 70 34 59 51 55 77 57 34 24 841 48 74.5 10
David Montgomery
83
CHI 1 38 33 11 36 56 40 55 52 40 55 39 40 40 42 28 24 629 37 61.5 6
Devin Singletary
82
BUF 1 35 37 67 56 30 63 44 46 54 47 60 33 29 47 37 24 709 44 65.3 6
D'Andre Swift
81
DET 2 46 31 32 33 10 19 21 24 39 25 27 37 25 24 393 26 34.2 8
JaMycal Hasty
69
JAX 2 3 3 3 3 10 4 16 13 14 49 3 18 16 18 25 24 222 11 18.4 3
Raheem Mostert
81
MIA 1 25 39 24 46 46 48 44 44 27 19 28 37 45 26 30 24 552 35 53.2 5
Jerick McKinnon
78
KC 1 27 27 33 18 38 29 28 62 24 34 26 26 39 48 25 29 22 535 30 47.1 10
Isiah Pacheco
78
KC 2 16 5 5 17 2 10 19 22 35 26 39 25 29 27 26 27 21 351 19 30.3 5
Ty Johnson
72
NYJ 4 13 1 10 19 7 14 15 28 12 33 21 173 9 14.4 1
Kenneth Gainwell
74
PHI 2 23 19 22 22 16 17 14 18 16 11 27 20 12 29 30 15 20 331 18 28.1 4

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. Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon 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.

2022 Snap Count Leaders: Running Backs

Saquon Barkley

RB | New York Giants

  • Barkley averages 82.0 rushing yards per game this year (1,312 total yards to rank fourth in the NFL), while scoring 10 rushing touchdowns.
  • Barkley has also been a piece of the passing attack with 338 yards (21.1 per game) on 57 receptions (3.6 per game), while being targeted 76 times. He is still looking for his first receiving touchdown.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Titans): 50 Snaps / 164 YDS / 1 TD / 9.1 YPC
  • Week 2 (vs Panthers): 61 Snaps / 72 YDS / 0 TD / 3.4 YPC
  • Week 3 (vs Cowboys): 66 Snaps / 81 YDS / 1 TD / 5.8 YPC
  • Week 4 (vs Bears): 61 Snaps / 146 YDS / 0 TD / 4.7 YPC
  • Week 5 (vs Packers): 42 Snaps / 70 YDS / 1 TD / 5.4 YPC
  • Week 6 (vs Ravens): 57 Snaps / 83 YDS / 1 TD / 3.8 YPC
  • Week 7 (vs Jaguars): 62 Snaps / 110 YDS / 0 TD / 4.6 YPC
  • Week 8 (vs Seahawks): 52 Snaps / 53 YDS / 1 TD / 2.6 YPC
  • Week 10 (vs Texans): 55 Snaps / 152 YDS / 1 TD / 4.3 YPC
  • Week 11 (vs Lions): 58 Snaps / 22 YDS / 0 TD / 1.5 YPC
  • Week 12 (vs Cowboys): 47 Snaps / 39 YDS / 1 TD / 3.5 YPC
  • Week 13 (vs Commanders): 58 Snaps / 63 YDS / 1 TD / 3.5 YPC
  • Week 14 (vs Eagles): 20 Snaps / 28 YDS / 0 TD / 3.1 YPC
  • Week 15 (vs Commanders): 54 Snaps / 87 YDS / 1 TD / 4.8 YPC
  • Week 16 (vs Vikings): 63 Snaps / 84 YDS / 1 TD / 6.0 YPC
  • Week 17 (vs Colts): 50 Snaps / 58 YDS / 0 TD / 4.8 YPC
  • Week 18 (vs Eagles): 0 Snaps / 0 YDS / 0 TD / 0.0 YPC
  • Week 1 (vs Vikings): 65 Snaps / 53 YDS / 2 TD / 5.9 YPC
  • Week 2 (vs Eagles): 34 Snaps / 61 YDS / 0 TD / 6.8 YPC

Dalvin Cook

RB | Minnesota Vikings

  • Cook has scored eight rushing touchdowns, while totaling 1,173 rushing yards (4.4 per attempt and 69.0 per game).
  • Cook also has 39 catches for 295 yards (fifth on the Vikings), with two receiving touchdowns. He has been targeted 56 times and averages 17.4 yards per game.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Packers): 48 Snaps / 90 YDS / 0 TD / 4.5 YPC
  • Week 2 (vs Eagles): 42 Snaps / 17 YDS / 0 TD / 2.8 YPC
  • Week 3 (vs Lions): 44 Snaps / 96 YDS / 1 TD / 5.6 YPC
  • Week 4 (vs Saints): 45 Snaps / 76 YDS / 0 TD / 3.8 YPC
  • Week 5 (vs Bears): 45 Snaps / 94 YDS / 2 TD / 5.2 YPC
  • Week 6 (vs Dolphins): 45 Snaps / 77 YDS / 1 TD / 5.9 YPC
  • Week 8 (vs Cardinals): 54 Snaps / 111 YDS / 1 TD / 5.6 YPC
  • Week 9 (vs Commanders): 57 Snaps / 47 YDS / 0 TD / 2.8 YPC / 2 REC / 9 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 10 (vs Bills): 70 Snaps / 119 YDS / 1 TD / 8.5 YPC
  • Week 11 (vs Cowboys): 34 Snaps / 72 YDS / 0 TD / 6.5 YPC
  • Week 12 (vs Patriots): 59 Snaps / 42 YDS / 0 TD / 1.9 YPC
  • Week 13 (vs Jets): 51 Snaps / 86 YDS / 1 TD / 4.3 YPC
  • Week 14 (vs Lions): 55 Snaps / 23 YDS / 1 TD / 1.5 YPC
  • Week 15 (vs Colts): 77 Snaps / 95 YDS / 0 TD / 5.6 YPC / 4 REC / 95 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 16 (vs Giants): 57 Snaps / 64 YDS / 0 TD / 4.6 YPC
  • Week 17 (vs Packers): 34 Snaps / 27 YDS / 0 TD / 3.0 YPC
  • Week 18 (vs Bears): 24 Snaps / 37 YDS / 0 TD / 3.4 YPC
  • Week 1 (vs Giants): 50 Snaps / 60 YDS / 0 TD / 4.0 YPC

Josh Jacobs

RB | Las Vegas Raiders

  • Jacobs is averaging 97.2 rushing yards per game this season (1,653 total yards to rank first in the NFL), while scoring 12 rushing touchdowns.
  • Jacobs has helped in the passing attack, amassing 400 receiving yards (23.5 per game) on 53 catches (3.1 per game), while being targeted 65 times. He is looking for his first receiving touchdown.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Chargers): 35 Snaps / 57 YDS / 0 TD / 5.7 YPC
  • Week 2 (vs Cardinals): 48 Snaps / 69 YDS / 0 TD / 3.6 YPC
  • Week 3 (vs Titans): 45 Snaps / 66 YDS / 0 TD / 5.1 YPC
  • Week 4 (vs Broncos): 67 Snaps / 144 YDS / 2 TD / 5.1 YPC
  • Week 5 (vs Chiefs): 52 Snaps / 154 YDS / 1 TD / 7.3 YPC
  • Week 7 (vs Texans): 45 Snaps / 143 YDS / 3 TD / 7.2 YPC
  • Week 8 (vs Saints): 32 Snaps / 43 YDS / 0 TD / 4.3 YPC
  • Week 9 (vs Jaguars): 41 Snaps / 67 YDS / 0 TD / 3.9 YPC
  • Week 10 (vs Colts): 55 Snaps / 78 YDS / 1 TD / 3.7 YPC
  • Week 11 (vs Broncos): 53 Snaps / 109 YDS / 0 TD / 4.5 YPC
  • Week 12 (vs Seahawks): 61 Snaps / 229 YDS / 2 TD / 6.9 YPC
  • Week 13 (vs Chargers): 46 Snaps / 144 YDS / 1 TD / 5.5 YPC
  • Week 14 (vs Rams): 50 Snaps / 99 YDS / 1 TD / 3.7 YPC
  • Week 15 (vs Patriots): 51 Snaps / 93 YDS / 0 TD / 4.2 YPC
  • Week 16 (vs Steelers): 43 Snaps / 44 YDS / 0 TD / 2.9 YPC
  • Week 17 (vs 49ers): 47 Snaps / 69 YDS / 1 TD / 4.1 YPC
  • Week 18 (vs Chiefs): 50 Snaps / 45 YDS / 0 TD / 2.6 YPC

Christian McCaffrey

RB | San Francisco 49ers

  • McCaffrey has scored eight touchdowns on the ground, while running for 1,139 total yards (4.7 per attempt and 67.0 per game).
  • McCaffrey also has 741 receiving yards (43.6 per game) on 85 catches (5.0 per game). He has been targeted 107 times with five touchdown receptions.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Browns): 43 Snaps / 33 YDS / 1 TD / 3.3 YPC
  • Week 2 (vs Giants): 53 Snaps / 102 YDS / 0 TD / 6.8 YPC
  • Week 3 (vs Saints): 49 Snaps / 108 YDS / 0 TD / 4.3 YPC
  • Week 4 (vs Cardinals): 45 Snaps / 27 YDS / 0 TD / 3.4 YPC / 9 REC / 81 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 5 (vs 49ers): 59 Snaps / 54 YDS / 1 TD / 3.9 YPC
  • Week 6 (vs Rams): 38 Snaps / 69 YDS / 0 TD / 5.3 YPC
  • Week 7 (vs Chiefs): 22 Snaps / 38 YDS / 0 TD / 4.8 YPC
  • Week 8 (vs Rams): 43 Snaps / 94 YDS / 1 TD / 5.2 YPC / 8 REC / 55 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 10 (vs Chargers): 46 Snaps / 38 YDS / 1 TD / 2.7 YPC
  • Week 11 (vs Cardinals): 38 Snaps / 39 YDS / 0 TD / 5.6 YPC
  • Week 12 (vs Saints): 44 Snaps / 32 YDS / 0 TD / 2.9 YPC
  • Week 13 (vs Dolphins): 69 Snaps / 66 YDS / 0 TD / 3.9 YPC / 8 REC / 80 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 14 (vs Buccaneers): 44 Snaps / 119 YDS / 1 TD / 8.5 YPC / 2 REC / 34 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 15 (vs Seahawks): 57 Snaps / 108 YDS / 1 TD / 4.2 YPC
  • Week 16 (vs Commanders): 39 Snaps / 46 YDS / 1 TD / 3.1 YPC
  • Week 17 (vs Raiders): 57 Snaps / 121 YDS / 1 TD / 6.4 YPC
  • Week 18 (vs Cardinals): 30 Snaps / 45 YDS / 0 TD / 4.5 YPC / 3 REC / 34 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 1 (vs Seahawks): 48 Snaps / 119 YDS / 0 TD / 7.9 YPC / 2 REC / 17 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 2 (vs Cowboys): 44 Snaps / 35 YDS / 1 TD / 3.5 YPC

Najee Harris

RB | Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Harris' rushing stat line this season includes 1,038 yards and seven TDs. He's averaging 61.1 yards per game and 3.8 per attempt (40th in the NFL).
  • He's also caught 41 passes (on 53 targets) for 229 receiving yards with three touchdowns. He's averaging 13.5 receving yards and 2.4 catches per game.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Bengals): 37 Snaps / 23 YDS / 0 TD / 2.3 YPC / 2 REC / 3 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 2 (vs Patriots): 42 Snaps / 49 YDS / 0 TD / 3.3 YPC
  • Week 3 (vs Browns): 47 Snaps / 56 YDS / 1 TD / 3.7 YPC
  • Week 4 (vs Jets): 48 Snaps / 74 YDS / 0 TD / 4.1 YPC
  • Week 5 (vs Bills): 37 Snaps / 20 YDS / 0 TD / 1.8 YPC
  • Week 6 (vs Buccaneers): 44 Snaps / 42 YDS / 0 TD / 3.0 YPC / 2 REC / 7 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 7 (vs Dolphins): 58 Snaps / 65 YDS / 0 TD / 3.8 YPC
  • Week 8 (vs Eagles): 54 Snaps / 32 YDS / 0 TD / 4.0 YPC
  • Week 10 (vs Saints): 50 Snaps / 99 YDS / 0 TD / 5.0 YPC
  • Week 11 (vs Bengals): 67 Snaps / 90 YDS / 2 TD / 4.5 YPC
  • Week 12 (vs Colts): 20 Snaps / 35 YDS / 1 TD / 3.5 YPC
  • Week 13 (vs Falcons): 43 Snaps / 86 YDS / 0 TD / 5.1 YPC
  • Week 14 (vs Ravens): 31 Snaps / 33 YDS / 1 TD / 2.8 YPC
  • Week 15 (vs Panthers): 45 Snaps / 86 YDS / 1 TD / 3.6 YPC
  • Week 16 (vs Raiders): 49 Snaps / 53 YDS / 0 TD / 3.3 YPC
  • Week 17 (vs Ravens): 45 Snaps / 111 YDS / 0 TD / 5.0 YPC / 2 REC / 12 REC YDS / 1 REC TD
  • Week 18 (vs Browns): 46 Snaps / 84 YDS / 1 TD / 3.7 YPC