Tight End (TE) Snap Counts 2022

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 Darren Waller 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 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
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
U 71.5
-115
O 71.5
-115
U 71.5
-118
O 71.5
-118
U 71.5
-115
O 71.5
-115
Longest Reception
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
U 21.5
-115
O 21.5
-115
U 21.5
-115
O 21.5
-119
U 21.5
-115
O 21.5
-115
Score a Touchdown
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
-145 -127 -145
Score 2+ Touchdowns
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
+390 +440 +430
Score 3+ Touchdowns
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
+1500 +2300 +1700
Score a First Half Touchdown
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
+185
Score a Second Half Touchdown
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
+195
Score First Touchdown
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
+550 +475 +550
Score Last Touchdown
Sun, 5:00p: KC @ IND
+600 +550 +550
To win MVP
+15000 +20000 +50000
To win Offensive Player of the Year
+5000 +5000
Most Receiving Yards in League
+1800 +2200
Most Receptions in League
+2000
Most Receiving TDs in League
+1000

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 Darren Waller 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 don’t necessarily transition into fantasy points at this position, so knowing the difference between receiving and blocking tight ends is key.

NAME TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Zach Ertz ARI 1 39 73 112 56 73.7 1
Tyler Conklin NYJ 1 77 70 147 73 95.5 1
David Njoku CLE 1 71 63 134 67 91.2
Dallas Goedert PHI 1 71 61 132 66 88
Tyler Higbee LAR 1 63 61 124 62 96.1
Hayden Hurst CIN 1 75 57 132 66 77.6
Kyle Pitts ATL 1 63 57 120 60 88.2
Dalton Schultz DAL 1 69 55 124 62 95.4
Logan Thomas WAS 1 48 54 102 51 67.5 1
T.J. Hockenson DET 1 63 54 117 58 90
Juwan Johnson NO 1 45 53 98 49 76
Travis Kelce KC 1 45 51 96 48 75.6 1
Gerald Everett LAC 1 44 50 94 47 66.2 1
Evan Engram JAX 1 50 49 99 49 70.2
Mark Andrews BAL 1 47 49 96 48 83.5 1
Pat Freiermuth PIT 1 56 48 104 52 85.2 1
Dawson Knox BUF 1 51 47 98 49 77.2
Pharaoh Brown HOU 1 46 45 91 45 68.4
Mike Gesicki MIA 2 25 44 69 34 52.7 1
Ian Thomas CAR 1 35 43 78 39 70.3
Daniel Bellinger NYG 1 29 42 71 35 53.4 1
Foster Moreau LV 2 18 41 59 29 47.2
Parker Hesse ATL 2 48 40 88 44 64.7
Jonnu Smith NE 2 39 39 78 39 62.4
Tre' McKitty LAC 2 40 39 79 39 55.6
Albert Okwuegbunam DEN 1 44 38 82 41 59.4
Cameron Brate TB 1 42 38 80 40 62
Darren Waller LV 1 49 37 86 43 68.8 1
Charlie Woerner SF 2 19 36 55 27 38.2
Cole Kmet CHI 1 48 35 83 41 83.8
Durham Smythe MIA 1 38 35 73 36 55.7
Hunter Henry NE 1 44 34 78 39 62.4
Irv Smith Jr. MIN 1 19 34 53 26 43.1 1
Jake Ferguson DAL 2 11 34 45 22 34.6
Adam Trautman NO 2 25 33 58 29 45
Chris Manhertz JAX 2 25 33 58 29 41.1
Cade Otton TB 2 30 33 63 31 48.8
Harrison Bryant CLE 2 38 31 69 34 46.9
Marcedes Lewis GB 2 23 31 54 27 41.9
Austin Hooper TEN 1 40 28 68 34 56.2
Johnny Mundt MIN 2 40 28 68 34 55.3
Josh Oliver BAL 3 19 28 47 23 40.9
Noah Gray KC 2 37 28 65 32 51.2
Quintin Morris BUF 3 28 28 28 22
Ross Dwelley SF 3 19 28 47 23 32.6 1
Geoff Swaim TEN 2 45 27 72 36 59.5
Kylen Granson IND 2 51 27 78 39 54.9
Mo Alie-Cox IND 1 50 27 77 38 54.2
Robert Tonyan GB 1 22 27 49 24 38
Tanner Hudson NYG 2 19 27 46 23 34.6

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 Darren Waller 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 don’t necessarily transition into fantasy points at this position, so knowing the difference between receiving and blocking tight ends is key.