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 WC DIV CONF SB Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Leonard Fournette
80
TB 1 63 49 45 47 204 51 51 4
Damien Williams
81
KC 1 30 41 71 23 23.7
Clyde Edwards-Helaire
83
KC 1 32 34 66 22 22 1
Aaron Jones
91
GB 1 47 22 69 34 34.5 1
A.J. Dillon
74
GB 3 9 16 25 12 12.5
Alex Collins
79
SEA 0 0 0
Alvin Kamara
95
NO 1 59 56 115 57 57.5 1
Anthony McFarland Jr.
69
PIT 3 0 0 0
Antonio Gibson
81
WAS 3 39 39 39 39
Antonio Williams
67
BUF 0 0 0
Artavis Pierce
67
CHI 2 0 0 0
Benny Snell Jr.
71
PIT 2 0 0 0
Cam Akers
78
LAR 1 53 51 104 52 52 2
Carlos Hyde
79
SEA 2 17 17 17 17
Chris Carson
87
SEA 1 48 48 48 48
Darius Anderson
67
IND 1 0 0 0
Darrel Williams
68
KC 3 0 0 0 1
Darrynton Evans
68
TEN 5 2 2 2 2
Darwin Thompson
69
KC 4 3 3 1 1
David Montgomery
79
CHI 1 37 37 37 37
De'Anthony Thomas
69
BAL 3 0 0 0
DeeJay Dallas
67
SEA 4 0 0 0
D'Ernest Johnson
69
CLE 3 3 3 1 1.5
Derrick Henry
96
TEN 1 42 42 42 42
Devin Singletary
80
BUF 1 39 48 38 125 41 41.7
D'Onta Foreman
67
TEN 4 0 0 0
Dwayne Washington
67
NO 3 2 2 1 1
Gus Edwards
77
BAL 2 29 24 53 26 26.5
Jamaal Williams
80
GB 2 28 35 63 31 31.5
James Conner
84
PIT 1 68 68 68 68 1
Jeremy McNichols
67
TEN 2 5 5 5 5
J.K. Dobbins
77
BAL 1 33 45 78 39 39 1
Jonathan Taylor
78
IND 1 48 48 48 48 1
Jordan Wilkins
71
IND 3 0 0 0
Justice Hill
74
BAL 3 5 10 15 7 7.5
Kareem Hunt
85
CLE 2 25 33 58 29 29 3
Ke'Shawn Vaughn
67
TB 2 12 12 3 3
Khari Blasingame
69
TEN 3 6 6 6 6
Lamar Miller
70
WAS 4 0 0 0
Latavius Murray
80
NO 2 19 19 9 9.5 1
LeSean McCoy
74
TB 2 2 1 3 0 0.8
Le'Veon Bell
83
KC 2 11 11 3 3.7
Malcolm Brown
75
LAR 2 20 2 22 11 11
Mark Ingram
80
BAL 1 0 0 0
Nick Chubb
97
CLE 1 39 33 72 36 36 1
Nyheim Hines
79
IND 2 32 32 32 32
Patrick Ricard
80
BAL 1 49 32 81 40 40.5
Peyton Barber
73
WAS 1 0 0 0
Rashaad Penny
79
SEA 3 0 0 0
Ronald Jones II
82
TB 1 0 0 0

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.