Tight End (TE) Snap Counts 2020

There a few type 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 Jason Witten and Travis Kelce. Teams that run more pass heavy offenses, like the New York Giants, will lean on their receiving tight ends, like Evan Engram. 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 doesn’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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There a few type 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 Jason Witten and Travis Kelce. Teams that run more pass heavy offenses, like the New York Giants, will lean on their receiving tight ends, like Evan Engram. 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 doesn’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 Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Hayden Hurst
81
ATL 1 62 49 43 45 54 68 55 56 432 54 74 3
Ian Thomas
70
CAR 1 44 40 35 45 42 47 32 40 325 40 65 1
Luke Stocker
75
ATL 2 25 29 32 33 23 31 35 34 242 30 42
Chris Manhertz
71
CAR 2 36 36 24 59 32 33 20 19 259 32 52
Colin Thompson
67
CAR 1 2 18 14 9 4 10 58 43 10.75
Jaeden Graham
67
ATL 2 8 1 7 6 3 1 8 4 38 4 7
Antony Auclair
68
TB 4 0 0 0
Adam Shaheen
75
MIA 2 12 17 24 20 38 16 127 21 32 2
Adam Trautman
70
NO 2 7 8 32 19 28 94 18 23
Albert Okwuegbunam
69
DEN 2 24 31 55 27 13
Andrew Beck
68
DEN 5 6 7 6 8 11 38 19 11.41
Anthony Firkser
75
TEN 2 32 14 19 41 15 121 24 35 1
Austin Hooper
89
CLE 1 56 57 54 63 58 40 328 54 73 1
Blake Bell
68
DAL 3 8 33 27 28 18 19 20 153 21 29
Blake Jarwin
73
DAL 1 25 25 25 5
Cameron Brate
80
TB 3 7 4 5 16 33 23 12 100 14 21 1
Cethan Carter
67
CIN 3 1 7 9 20 13 23 73 12 14
Charlie Woerner
67
SF 4 1 8 12 2 2 2 7 34 13 6.59
Chris Herndon IV
72
NYJ 1 40 48 51 55 29 45 31 299 42 65
CJ Uzomah
76
CIN 1 49 47 96 48 18 1
Cole Kmet
73
CHI 2 20 22 26 15 21 23 20 147 21 32 1
Dallas Goedert
78
PHI 2 54 63 6 123 41 24 1
Dalton Keene
68
NE 2 24 24 24 6
Dalton Schultz
72
DAL 2 50 57 55 63 58 72 45 400 57 76 2
Dan Arnold
68
ARI 1 45 56 31 31 27 26 21 237 33 47
Daniel Brown
68
NYJ 3 0 0 0
Darrell Daniels
67
ARI 3 14 43 38 27 50 44 42 258 36 51
Darren Fells
79
HOU 1 25 24 24 52 50 63 53 291 41 68 3
Darren Waller
85
LV 1 56 74 56 70 47 59 362 63 92 3
David Njoku
79
CLE 2 17 21 23 31 92 23 20 2
Dawson Knox
76
BUF 1 56 22 29 107 33 28
Demetrius Harris
73
CHI 3 26 36 34 23 28 24 18 189 27 41
Deon Yelder
67
KC 3 9 12 7 7 14 49 9 10
Derek Carrier
72
LV 4 1 1 0 0
Devin Asiasi
71
NE 1 10 10 29 8 24 81 40 24.04
Donald Parham
67
LAC 3 1 7 18 26 8 6 2
Drew Sample
70
CIN 2 24 54 64 64 63 55 73 397 56 76
Durham Smythe
68
MIA 3 13 35 42 29 19 138 27 35 1
Eric Ebron
85
PIT 1 40 50 60 58 46 66 320 53 75 1
Eric Tomlinson
67
NYG 5 2 2 2 1
Evan Baylis
67
ARI 4 4 6 6 16 10 2.39
Evan Engram
90
NYG 1 64 63 44 57 55 39 50 372 53 87 1
Farrod Green
67
IND 5 5 5 1.26
Foster Moreau
71
LV 3 12 32 15 10 6 11 86 15 22 1
Garrett Griffin
69
NO 3 22 18 40 40 11.94
Geoff Swaim
71
TEN 4 49 10 59 29 21
George Kittle
98
SF 1 61 72 64 71 60 328 65 69 2
Gerald Everett
77
LAR 2 24 30 28 33 30 30 55 230 32 49 1
Greg Olsen
87
SEA 1 41 45 48 35 45 52 266 44 66 1
Harrison Bryant
67
CLE 3 31 30 40 52 29 21 40 243 34 54 3

There a few type 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 Jason Witten and Travis Kelce. Teams that run more pass heavy offenses, like the New York Giants, will lean on their receiving tight ends, like Evan Engram. 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 doesn’t necessarily transition into fantasy points at this position, so knowing the difference between receiving and blocking tight ends is key.