Running Back (RB) Snap Counts 2020

As the NFL continues to change, committee backfields have come more frequent. A popular committee over the last couple of seasons has been Tevin Coleman and Devonta Freeman. There are a few bell-cow back situations, like Le’Veon Bell, 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.

As the NFL continues to change, committee backfields have come more frequent. A popular committee over the last couple of seasons has been Tevin Coleman and Devonta Freeman. There are a few bell-cow back situations, like Le’Veon Bell, 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 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
Joe Mixon
86
CIN 1 40 47 40 40 59
Giovani Bernard
77
CIN 2 20 43 20 20 29
Nick Chubb
92
CLE 1 35 36 35 35 48
Kareem Hunt
90
CLE 2 36 20 36 36 49
D'Ernest Johnson
67
CLE 3 4 2 4 4 6
Ameer Abdullah
67
MIN 4 2 1 1
Aaron Jones
92
GB 1 42 42 42 54 1
Adrian Peterson
75
DET 3 24 24 24 31
A.J. Dillon
70
GB 2 10 5 5 6
Alexander Mattison
76
MIN 2 19 19 19 37
Alex Armah
69
CAR 4 8 8 8 12
Alvin Kamara
90
NO 1 45 45 45 66 2
Antonio Gibson
71
WAS 1 18 18 18 26
Austin Ekeler
87
LAC 1 50 50 50 74
Benny Snell Jr.
74
PIT 2 29 29 29 45
Gregory Howell Jr.
67
HOU 4 0 0
Boston Scott
73
PHI 2 38 38 38 56
Brian Hill
67
ATL 3 21 21 21 27
Cam Akers
76
LAR 1 24 24 24 33
Carlos Hyde
77
SEA 2 21 21 21 34 1
CJ Ham
73
MIN 5 12 8 8
Chase Edmonds
73
ARI 2 28 28 28 34 1
Chris Carson
88
SEA 1 28 28 28 45 2
Chris Thompson
78
JAX 2 12 12 12 24
Christian McCaffrey
97
CAR 1 65 65 65 97 2
Clyde Edwards-Helaire
71
KC 1 46 46 46 67 1
Corey Clement
72
PHI 3 25 25 25 37
Dalvin Cook
88
MIN 1 30 30 30 58 2
D'Andre Swift
73
DET 1 34 34 34 44 1
Darrell Henderson
69
LAR 2 5 5 5 7
Darrel Williams
70
KC 2 23 23 23 33
David Johnson
76
HOU 1 48 48 48 81 1
David Montgomery
76
CHI 1 29 29 29 45
Derrick Henry
90
TEN 1 61 61 61 75
Devin Singletary
82
BUF 1 51 51 51 59
Devontae Booker
73
LV 3 8 8 8 13
Dion Lewis
79
NYG 2 6 6 6 9
Darwin Thompson
69
KC 3 0 0
Duke Johnson
81
HOU 2 14 14 14 24
Ezekiel Elliott
94
DAL 1 63 63 63 88 2
Frank Gore
81
NYJ 2 14 14 14 25
Gus Edwards
79
BAL 3 15 15 15 25
Ito Smith
78
ATL 2 20 20 20 25
Jalen Richard
74
LV 2 7 7 7 11
Jamaal Williams
77
GB 3 31 31 31 40
James Conner
79
PIT 1 15 15 15 23
James Robinson
67
JAX 4 48 34 34 68
James White
84
NE 1 19 19 19 30
Jason Huntley
67
PHI 4 2 1 1 2
Jerick McKinnon
77
SF 3 19 19 19 31 1

As the NFL continues to change, committee backfields have come more frequent. A popular committee over the last couple of seasons has been Tevin Coleman and Devonta Freeman. There are a few bell-cow back situations, like Le’Veon Bell, 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.