NFL Snap Counts

There a few archetypes of tight ends that can dictate how they are used in an offense. The versatile blocking and receiving tight ends tend to play the most snaps of the group. Blocking tight ends will be used heavily on run heavy teams, while receiving tight ends can get less work if their blocking skills lack. Teams tend to have both available for their weekly game plan, which can vary. There are a handful of tight ends that can play over 80%, like Darren Waller and Travis Kelce. Teams that run more pass heavy offenses, like the Los Angeles Rams, will lean on their receiving tight ends, like Tyler Higbee. Tight ends are not as volatile as some of the other positions, but game plans do have more stake into how many snaps they see on a weekly basis. Snaps don’t necessarily transition into fantasy points at this position, so knowing the difference between receiving and blocking tight ends is key.

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Receiving Yards
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U 78.5
-115
O 78.5
-115
U 78.5
-115
O 78.5
-119
U 77.5
-114
O 77.5
-114
U 78.5
-115
O 78.5
-115
Receptions Made
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U 7.5
-150
O 7.5
+120
U 7.5
-133
O 7.5
-103
U 6.5
+112
O 6.5
-148
U 7.5
-155
O 7.5
+115
Longest Reception
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U 22.5
-110
O 22.5
-120
U 22.5
-119
O 22.5
-115
U 23.5
-114
O 23.5
-114
U 22.5
-110
O 22.5
-120
Score a Touchdown
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-115 -122 -105 -110
Score 2+ Touchdowns
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+450 +500 +600
Score 3+ Touchdowns
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+2300 +2900 +3500
Score a First Quarter Touchdown
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+500
Score a First Half Touchdown
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+205 +250
Score a Second Half Touchdown
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+175 +230
Score First Touchdown
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+700 +500 +700 +750
Score Last Touchdown
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+700 +525 +650 +750
To win Offensive Player of the Year
+6000 +5000
To win Super Bowl MVP
+2500 +2500

There a few archetypes of tight ends that can dictate how they are used in an offense. The versatile blocking and receiving tight ends tend to play the most snaps of the group. Blocking tight ends will be used heavily on run heavy teams, while receiving tight ends can get less work if their blocking skills lack. Teams tend to have both available for their weekly game plan, which can vary. There are a handful of tight ends that can play over 80%, like Darren Waller and Travis Kelce. Teams that run more pass heavy offenses, like the Los Angeles Rams, will lean on their receiving tight ends, like Tyler Higbee. Tight ends are not as volatile as some of the other positions, but game plans do have more stake into how many snaps they see on a weekly basis. Snaps don’t necessarily transition into fantasy points at this position, so knowing the difference between receiving and blocking tight ends is key.

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
Dallas Goedert
89
PHI 1 71 61 45 74 70 70 42 59 50 67 53 73 735 55 89 3
Isaiah Likely
71
BAL 2 25 21 20 26 15 13 7 51 52 22 19 16 28 13 17 69 414 25 37.8 3
Hunter Henry
82
NE 1 44 34 46 49 59 68 44 50 42 53 39 47 39 52 3 60 68 797 42 74.1 2
Lawrence Cager
67
NYG 3 10 12 45 56 28 1 61 213 21 15.8 1
David Njoku
84
CLE 1 71 63 63 67 57 56 37 28 64 69 62 68 53 59 817 58 68.3 3
Dalton Schultz
84
DAL 1 69 55 55 10 41 41 63 46 63 49 66 73 63 65 58 817 50 69.3 5
Colby Parkinson
68
SEA 3 20 14 26 25 15 24 27 23 29 14 16 24 17 25 31 58 55 443 22 37.9 2
Nick Vannett
67
NYG 2 5 22 37 30 28 10 5 15 55 207 16 15.7
Tyler Conklin
79
NYJ 1 77 70 62 57 40 37 44 44 43 37 50 61 53 47 42 43 54 861 50 76.3 3
Tyler Higbee
81
LAR 1 63 61 45 69 63 51 40 45 48 59 32 54 61 40 59 44 54 888 49 86.7 3
Cole Kmet
77
CHI 1 48 35 58 61 45 67 68 75 72 57 63 57 52 59 59 46 48 970 54 93.8 7
Dawson Knox
82
BUF 1 51 47 65 48 62 52 53 61 52 60 63 51 64 48 48 825 55 76 6
Hayden Hurst
81
CIN 1 75 57 26 36 51 40 42 38 34 43 46 9 48 545 38 47.7 2
Darren Waller
86
LV 1 49 37 51 60 8 33 21 40 47 346 33 42.8 3
Durham Smythe
67
MIA 2 38 35 32 40 33 26 31 33 37 37 27 30 38 32 42 46 557 34 51.5 2
Logan Thomas
75
WAS 1 48 54 50 55 34 46 61 46 44 48 40 52 57 46 681 45 56.5 1
Pat Freiermuth
83
PIT 1 56 48 45 47 37 44 47 58 52 49 36 31 38 55 54 46 743 46 64.1 2
Noah Fant
76
SEA 1 31 26 39 41 31 43 52 46 44 27 40 45 30 33 42 45 45 660 36 60.1 4
Parker Hesse
67
ATL 1 48 40 43 48 41 41 32 29 29 22 37 35 34 42 44 36 45 646 38 61.5
George Kittle
97
SF 1 51 47 59 59 70 53 71 43 68 81 50 54 47 62 44 859 54 78.5 11
Mo Alie-Cox
72
IND 1 50 27 42 46 35 28 24 29 34 40 40 22 31 40 23 31 44 586 33 50.3 2
Evan Engram
85
JAX 1 50 49 58 35 56 49 60 67 38 56 51 43 57 60 54 42 43 868 48 76.8 4
Travis Kelce
98
KC 1 45 51 56 65 56 52 50 83 46 51 63 45 55 58 43 52 43 914 51 79.9 12
Trey McBride
72
ARI 2 1 5 32 17 20 34 20 13 62 54 52 55 56 64 71 43 599 37 49.7 1
Teagan Quitoriano
67
HOU 2 18 27 37 36 46 47 51 18 43 323 35 49 2
Zach Gentry
67
PIT 2 19 20 23 39 48 42 34 29 43 30 36 48 25 42 29 28 42 577 33 49.2
Geoff Swaim
68
TEN 3 45 27 40 40 42 37 39 33 33 47 31 20 17 32 24 29 41 577 31 55.8 1
Juwan Johnson
76
NO 1 45 53 47 29 44 56 53 47 38 31 36 27 28 27 46 41 648 37 61.2 7
John Bates
67
WAS 2 42 24 20 30 37 23 20 25 41 35 36 45 36 27 30 39 510 31 41.9 1
Jelani Woods
69
IND 3 8 8 16 15 23 31 19 15 18 41 15 19 33 35 38 334 21 27.5 3
Robert Tonyan
80
GB 1 22 27 36 32 28 46 30 49 34 41 36 25 34 37 38 39 37 591 32 53.6 2
Brock Wright
67
DET 1 23 22 30 24 28 31 23 50 46 50 48 35 40 32 27 46 36 591 32 51.4 4
Donald Parham Jr.
70
LAC 2 27 19 22 24 26 35 153 19 16.6 1
Jordan Akins
72
HOU 1 17 20 10 26 14 16 33 26 32 34 35 30 37 41 35 406 26 42.9 3
Austin Hooper
75
TEN 1 40 28 24 20 34 26 27 31 38 30 38 27 36 30 30 32 34 525 28 51.1 2
Charlie Kolar
67
BAL 2 2 34 36 18 6.9
Ian Thomas
73
CAR 2 35 43 38 15 27 23 31 44 18 33 31 38 46 21 43 36 34 556 32 54.5
Josh Oliver
68
BAL 1 19 28 24 21 23 21 31 38 44 23 44 24 42 26 42 30 34 514 30 46.9 2
Noah Gray
67
KC 2 37 28 26 46 29 28 37 40 29 39 50 32 39 43 27 33 34 597 33 51.7 2
T.J. Hockenson
89
MIN 1 63 54 59 65 56 49 52 60 77 44 55 61 62 85 65 47 33 987 56 87.1 6
Adam Trautman
73
NO 2 25 33 44 39 50 16 18 19 40 35 47 36 40 47 32 521 32 49.3 1
Chigoziem Okonkwo
70
TEN 2 10 16 10 13 13 27 24 18 20 30 19 32 33 37 28 16 32 378 20 36 3
Irv Smith Jr.
74
MIN 2 19 34 37 46 50 33 34 32 285 31 53.9 2
MyCole Pruitt
68
ATL 2 12 16 12 13 18 12 31 32 27 41 36 40 31 321 24 40 4
Gerald Everett
83
LAC 1 44 50 46 46 46 51 40 47 10 38 44 58 44 37 36 30 667 39 56.7 4
Albert Okwuegbunam
69
DEN 1 44 38 24 1 15 2 37 29 190 20 15 1
Tommy Tremble
72
CAR 1 18 10 24 22 39 24 32 46 27 39 21 49 29 24 39 38 29 510 28 50.3 3
Foster Moreau
73
LV 2 18 41 35 54 58 57 67 66 77 55 60 38 36 55 28 745 47 69.5 2
Mitchell Wilcox
67
CIN 2 2 19 39 32 12 17 26 15 40 24 25 52 53 60 54 28 498 31 45.1 1
Cameron Brate
72
TB 1 42 38 58 22 34 34 35 28 29 8 27 355 32 28.3

There a few archetypes of tight ends that can dictate how they are used in an offense. The versatile blocking and receiving tight ends tend to play the most snaps of the group. Blocking tight ends will be used heavily on run heavy teams, while receiving tight ends can get less work if their blocking skills lack. Teams tend to have both available for their weekly game plan, which can vary. There are a handful of tight ends that can play over 80%, like Darren Waller and Travis Kelce. Teams that run more pass heavy offenses, like the Los Angeles Rams, will lean on their receiving tight ends, like Tyler Higbee. Tight ends are not as volatile as some of the other positions, but game plans do have more stake into how many snaps they see on a weekly basis. Snaps don’t necessarily transition into fantasy points at this position, so knowing the difference between receiving and blocking tight ends is key.

2022 Snap Count Leaders: Tight Ends

T.J. Hockenson

TE | Minnesota Vikings

  • Hockenson has registered 914 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 86 receptions, while being targeted 129 times this season.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Eagles): 63 Snaps / 4 REC / 38 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Commanders): 54 Snaps / 3 REC / 26 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Vikings): 59 Snaps / 3 REC / 18 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Seahawks): 65 Snaps / 8 REC / 179 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Patriots): 56 Snaps / 1 REC / 6 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 7 (vs Cowboys): 49 Snaps / 4 REC / 48 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Dolphins): 52 Snaps / 3 REC / 80 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Commanders): 60 Snaps / 9 REC / 70 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Bills): 77 Snaps / 7 REC / 45 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Cowboys): 44 Snaps / 5 REC / 34 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Patriots): 55 Snaps / 5 REC / 43 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Jets): 61 Snaps / 4 REC / 33 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Lions): 62 Snaps / 6 REC / 77 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Colts): 85 Snaps / 3 REC / 33 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Giants): 65 Snaps / 13 REC / 109 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Packers): 47 Snaps / 7 REC / 59 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Bears): 33 Snaps / 1 REC / 16 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 1 (vs Giants): 50 Snaps / 10 REC / 129 YDS / 0 TD

Cole Kmet

TE | Chicago Bears

  • Kmet has put together a 2022 campaign that includes 50 catches for 544 yards and seven receiving touchdowns over 17 games played. He has been on the receiving end of 69 targets and is averaging 2.9 receptions per game.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs 49ers): 48 Snaps / 0 REC / 0 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Packers): 35 Snaps / 0 REC / 0 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Texans): 58 Snaps / 2 REC / 40 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Giants): 61 Snaps / 3 REC / 16 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Vikings): 45 Snaps / 4 REC / 45 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Commanders): 67 Snaps / 1 REC / 15 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 7 (vs Patriots): 68 Snaps / 2 REC / 32 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Cowboys): 75 Snaps / 2 REC / 11 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Dolphins): 72 Snaps / 5 REC / 41 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Lions): 57 Snaps / 4 REC / 74 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Falcons): 63 Snaps / 3 REC / 35 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Jets): 57 Snaps / 3 REC / 27 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Packers): 52 Snaps / 6 REC / 72 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Eagles): 59 Snaps / 4 REC / 25 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Bills): 59 Snaps / 5 REC / 27 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Lions): 46 Snaps / 2 REC / 27 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Vikings): 48 Snaps / 4 REC / 57 YDS / 1 TD

Travis Kelce

TE | Kansas City Chiefs

  • In 17 games played this season, Kelce has 110 catches (6.5 receptions per game on 8.9 targets per game) for 1,338 yards (eighth in the NFL) and 12 receiving touchdowns (second in the NFL).

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Cardinals): 45 Snaps / 8 REC / 121 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Chargers): 51 Snaps / 5 REC / 51 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Colts): 56 Snaps / 4 REC / 58 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Buccaneers): 65 Snaps / 9 REC / 92 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Raiders): 56 Snaps / 7 REC / 25 YDS / 4 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Bills): 52 Snaps / 8 REC / 108 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 7 (vs 49ers): 50 Snaps / 6 REC / 98 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Titans): 83 Snaps / 10 REC / 106 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Jaguars): 46 Snaps / 6 REC / 81 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Chargers): 51 Snaps / 6 REC / 115 YDS / 3 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Rams): 63 Snaps / 4 REC / 57 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Bengals): 45 Snaps / 4 REC / 56 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Broncos): 55 Snaps / 4 REC / 71 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Texans): 58 Snaps / 10 REC / 105 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Seahawks): 43 Snaps / 6 REC / 113 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Broncos): 52 Snaps / 7 REC / 43 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Raiders): 43 Snaps / 6 REC / 38 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Jaguars): 56 Snaps / 14 REC / 98 YDS / 2 TD

Tyler Higbee

TE | Los Angeles Rams

  • Higbee has 620 receiving yards and three touchdowns from 72 receptions after receiving 108 targets.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Bills): 63 Snaps / 5 REC / 39 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Falcons): 61 Snaps / 7 REC / 71 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Cardinals): 45 Snaps / 4 REC / 61 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 4 (vs 49ers): 69 Snaps / 10 REC / 73 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Cowboys): 63 Snaps / 7 REC / 46 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Panthers): 51 Snaps / 1 REC / 7 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 8 (vs 49ers): 40 Snaps / 2 REC / 15 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Buccaneers): 45 Snaps / 0 REC / 0 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Cardinals): 48 Snaps / 8 REC / 73 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Saints): 59 Snaps / 4 REC / 45 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Chiefs): 32 Snaps / 0 REC / 0 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Seahawks): 54 Snaps / 2 REC / 14 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Raiders): 61 Snaps / 2 REC / 11 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Packers): 40 Snaps / 4 REC / 27 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Broncos): 59 Snaps / 9 REC / 94 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Chargers): 44 Snaps / 3 REC / 11 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Seahawks): 54 Snaps / 4 REC / 33 YDS / 0 TD

Evan Engram

TE | Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Engram's 766 receiving yards this season have come from 73 receptions on 98 targets. He's averaging 4.3 catches and 45.1 yards per game, with four receiving touchdowns.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Commanders): 50 Snaps / 4 REC / 28 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Colts): 49 Snaps / 7 REC / 46 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Chargers): 58 Snaps / 1 REC / 9 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Eagles): 35 Snaps / 1 REC / 16 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Texans): 56 Snaps / 6 REC / 69 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Colts): 49 Snaps / 5 REC / 40 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 7 (vs Giants): 60 Snaps / 4 REC / 67 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Broncos): 67 Snaps / 4 REC / 55 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Raiders): 38 Snaps / 1 REC / 8 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Chiefs): 56 Snaps / 3 REC / 14 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Ravens): 51 Snaps / 1 REC / 4 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Lions): 43 Snaps / 5 REC / 30 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Titans): 57 Snaps / 11 REC / 162 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Cowboys): 60 Snaps / 8 REC / 62 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Jets): 54 Snaps / 7 REC / 113 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Texans): 42 Snaps / 1 REC / 16 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Titans): 43 Snaps / 4 REC / 27 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 1 (vs Chargers): 71 Snaps / 7 REC / 93 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Chiefs): 59 Snaps / 5 REC / 31 YDS / 0 TD