Wide Receiver (WR) Snap Counts 2020

Injuries can derail anybody’s snaps, but wide receivers seem to have more to it than that. Banged up wide receivers might be active for a game, but their snap counts do not tell a healthy story. True WR1s are going to log the most snaps on a weekly basis, while things start to change as you drop down the depth chart. WR2s are generally safe as well, but some teams like to keep fresh bodies on the field, or different skillsets depending on game-flow. A team running two-WR sets will have lesser snaps for those lower on the depth chart at the position, where teams that run three-WR sets more feature wideouts with higher snap counts. With snaps correlating with offensive production, they are awfully important for fantasy purposes. Keep tabs on these situations that change heavily on a weekly basis by sorting through players and weeks.

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Injuries can derail anybody’s snaps, but wide receivers seem to have more to it than that. Banged up wide receivers might be active for a game, but their snap counts do not tell a healthy story. True WR1s are going to log the most snaps on a weekly basis, while things start to change as you drop down the depth chart. WR2s are generally safe as well, but some teams like to keep fresh bodies on the field, or different skillsets depending on game-flow. A team running two-WR sets will have lesser snaps for those lower on the depth chart at the position, where teams that run three-WR sets more feature wideouts with higher snap counts. With snaps correlating with offensive production, they are awfully important for fantasy purposes. Keep tabs on these situations that change heavily on a weekly basis by sorting through players and weeks.

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
Devante Parker
81
MIA 1 23 66 56 89 44 64.96 1
Chris Conley
76
JAX 4 16 34 53 50 25 40
Keelan Cole
75
JAX 5 33 51 50 134 44 70 2
Laviska Shenault Jr
69
JAX 2 31 43 45 74 37 59.2 1
Preston Williams
70
MIA 2 56 61 35 117 58 85.4
Isaiah Ford
72
MIA 4 46 48 27 94 47 68.61
Collin Johnson
67
JAX 7 9 8 20 17 8 13.6
Dede Westbrook
81
JAX 3 16 16 16 8
Jakeem Grant
75
MIA 3 33 10 8 51 17 26
Mack Hollins
70
MIA 5 3 1 3 4 2 2.92
Adam Humphries
79
TEN 3 44 34 78 39 54.93 1
Adam Thielen
92
MIN 1 50 48 98 49 92.45 2
Alex Erickson
70
CIN 6 4 8 12 6 7.5
A.J. Brown
83
TEN 1 66 66 66 46.48
AJ Green
87
CIN 1 45 57 102 51 63.75
Allen Lazard
73
GB 2 68 61 129 64 85.43 1
Allen Robinson
91
CHI 1 53 53 106 53 81.54
Amari Cooper
94
DAL 1 68 75 143 71 92.86
Andy Isabella
70
ARI 4 14 14 28 14 17.61
Anthony Miller
79
CHI 2 27 26 53 26 40.77 1
Antonio Gandy-Golden
67
WAS 3 5 5 5 3.68
Andre Roberts
73
BUF 9 2 6 8 4 5.41
Ashton Dulin
67
IND 6 6 6 3 4
Auden Tate
76
CIN 5 15 15 15 9.38
Bennie Fowler
69
NO 3 7 4 11 5 9
Brandon Powell
67
ATL 6 2 2 1 1.3
Byron Pringle
70
KC 5 6 7 13 6 8.9
Brandin Cooks
88
HOU 2 31 53 84 42 71.19
Brandon Aiyuk
70
SF 2 44 44 44 35.77
Braxton Berrios
68
NYJ 6 46 46 23 38 1
Breshad Perriman
73
NYJ 2 56 20 76 38 62.81
Bryan Edwards
71
LV 3 47 49 96 48 67.13
Brandon Zylstra
67
CAR 7 8 4 12 6 8.57
Calvin Ridley
84
ATL 2 68 63 131 65 85.06 4
Cam Sims
68
WAS 5 4 4 2 3
Christian Blake
67
ATL 4 7 9 16 8 10.39
CeeDee Lamb
76
DAL 3 59 68 127 63 83
Chase Claypool
67
PIT 4 19 24 43 21 33 1
Chris Godwin
86
TB 1 66 66 66 50.38
Chris Hogan
74
NYJ 4 51 59 110 55 90.91
Christian Kirk
81
ARI 2 63 47 110 55 69.18
CJ Board
68
NYG 7 21 11 32 16 24
Cole Beasley
80
BUF 3 55 41 96 48 64.86
Cooper Kupp
86
LAR 2 62 59 121 60 85
Cordarrelle Patterson
77
CHI 4 10 14 24 12 19
Corey Davis
78
TEN 2 66 50 116 58 81.69 1
Courtland Sutton
86
DEN 1 31 31 31 22.79
Curtis Samuel
78
CAR 3 50 51 101 50 72.14
Cedrick Wilson
71
DAL 5 3 4 7 3 4.55
Daesean Hamilton
68
DEN 4 47 34 81 40 59.56

Injuries can derail anybody’s snaps, but wide receivers seem to have more to it than that. Banged up wide receivers might be active for a game, but their snap counts do not tell a healthy story. True WR1s are going to log the most snaps on a weekly basis, while things start to change as you drop down the depth chart. WR2s are generally safe as well, but some teams like to keep fresh bodies on the field, or different skillsets depending on game-flow. A team running two-WR sets will have lesser snaps for those lower on the depth chart at the position, where teams that run three-WR sets more feature wideouts with higher snap counts. With snaps correlating with offensive production, they are awfully important for fantasy purposes. Keep tabs on these situations that change heavily on a weekly basis by sorting through players and weeks.