Wide Receiver (WR) Snap Counts 2022

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 TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Marquise Brown ARI 1 62 81 143 71 94.1 1
A.J. Green ARI 1 48 74 122 61 80.3
Jahan Dotson WAS 1 68 73 141 70 93.4 3
DeVonta Smith PHI 1 74 72 146 73 97.3
Joshua Palmer LAC 1 50 68 118 59 83.1 1
Brandon Aiyuk SF 1 67 67 134 67 93.1
David Sills V NYG 1 27 67 94 47 70.7
Ja'Marr Chase CIN 1 100 67 167 83 98.2 1
Curtis Samuel WAS 1 55 66 121 60 80.1 2
Courtland Sutton DEN 1 63 66 129 64 93.5
Mike Williams LAC 1 62 66 128 64 90.1 1
Terry McLaurin WAS 1 69 66 135 67 89.4 1
Davante Adams LV 1 55 65 120 60 96 2
A.J. Brown PHI 1 67 64 131 65 87.3
Christian Kirk JAX 1 64 64 128 64 90.8 2
Marvin Jones Jr. JAX 1 57 64 121 60 85.8
Sterling Shepard NYG 1 43 64 107 53 80.5 1
Cooper Kupp LAR 1 67 62 129 64 100 3
Greg Dortch ARI 1 59 62 121 60 79.6 1
Tee Higgins CIN 1 26 62 88 44 51.8 1
Elijah Moore NYJ 1 75 61 136 68 88.3
Justin Jefferson MIN 1 57 60 117 58 95.1 2
Adam Thielen MIN 1 59 59 118 59 95.9
Deebo Samuel SF 1 56 59 115 57 79.9 1
CeeDee Lamb DAL 1 67 58 125 62 96.2
Mack Hollins LV 1 51 58 109 54 87.2
Allen Robinson II LAR 1 65 57 122 61 94.6 1
Jaylen Waddle MIA 1 40 57 97 48 74 3
Tyler Boyd CIN 1 80 57 137 68 80.6 1
DJ Moore CAR 1 53 56 109 54 98.2 1
Jakobi Meyers NE 1 50 56 106 53 84.8
Allen Lazard GB 1 55 55 55 42.6 1
Brandin Cooks HOU 1 64 55 119 59 89.5
Corey Davis NYJ 1 57 55 112 56 72.7 1
Kendall Hinton DEN 6 55 55 55 76.4
Amari Cooper CLE 1 66 54 120 60 81.6 1
Ben Skowronek LAR 1 59 54 113 56 87.6
Chase Claypool PIT 1 58 54 112 56 91.8
Robbie Anderson CAR 1 53 54 107 53 96.4 1
Tyreek Hill MIA 1 40 54 94 47 71.8 2
Jake Kumerow BUF 2 14 53 67 33 52.8
Amon-Ra St. Brown DET 1 61 52 113 56 86.9 3
DeVante Parker NE 1 57 52 109 54 87.2
Donovan Peoples-Jones CLE 1 66 52 118 59 80.3
Michael Thomas NO 1 37 52 89 44 69 3
Noah Brown DAL 1 61 52 113 56 86.9 1
Chris Olave NO 1 45 51 96 48 74.4
Diontae Johnson PIT 1 51 51 102 51 83.6
Breshad Perriman TB 1 26 50 76 38 58.9 1
Drake London ATL 1 54 50 104 52 76.5 1

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.