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.

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 WC DIV Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
Marquise Brown
79
BAL 1 46 68 114 57 57
Chris Godwin
85
TB 1 66 66 132 66 66 1
Mike Evans
91
TB 1 62 63 125 62 62.5 1
Tyreek Hill
99
KC 1 63 63 63 63
Davante Adams
99
GB 1 62 62 62 62 1
Jarvis Landry
86
CLE 1 58 58 116 58 58 2
Miles Boykin
71
BAL 1 41 57 98 49 49
Willie Snead
79
BAL 3 42 56 98 49 49
Rashard Higgins
71
CLE 1 52 55 107 53 53.5
Allen Lazard
67
GB 1 54 54 54 54 1
Josh Reynolds
76
LAR 1 43 53 96 48 48
Robert Woods
85
LAR 1 71 53 124 62 62 1
Demarcus Robinson
78
KC 1 48 48 48 48
Mecole Hardman
78
KC 2 47 47 47 47
Stefon Diggs
93
BUF 1 55 47 102 51 51 2
Donovan Peoples-Jones
67
CLE 2 46 46 92 46 46
John Brown
80
BUF 2 57 46 103 51 51.5
Van Jefferson
68
LAR 2 46 46 23 23 1
Michael Thomas
99
NO 1 56 45 101 50 50.5 1
Emmanuel Sanders
89
NO 1 55 44 99 49 49.5
Cole Beasley
83
BUF 1 41 36 77 38 38.5
Marquez Valdes-Scantling
70
GB 1 36 36 36 36
Tre'Quan Smith
74
NO 1 35 35 35 35 2
Byron Pringle
71
KC 5 32 32 32 32
Antonio Brown
99
TB 1 34 29 63 31 31.5 1
Gabriel Davis
72
BUF 2 32 26 58 29 29
Marquez Callaway
67
NO 5 23 20 43 21 21.5
Tyler Johnson
68
TB 2 12 15 27 13 13.5
Dez Bryant
93
BAL 2 9 9 18 9 9
Isaiah McKenzie
75
BUF 2 4 8 12 6 6
Khadarel Hodge
67
CLE 3 8 8 4 4
Deonte Harris
67
NO 2 24 3 27 13 13.5
Jaydon Mickens
67
TB 3 3 3 6 3 3
Devin Duvernay
72
BAL 1 6 2 8 4 4
Gehrig Dieter
67
KC 3 1 1 1 1
Tavon Austin
74
GB 2 1 1 1 1
A.J. Brown
82
TEN 1 45 45 45 45 1
Alexander Hollins
67
CLE 2 0 0 0
Allen Robinson
89
CHI 1 44 44 44 44
Andre Roberts
69
BUF 1 0 0 0
Anthony Miller
78
CHI 1 24 24 24 24
Antonio Gandy-Golden
67
WAS 3 0 0 0
Ashton Dulin
67
IND 3 9 9 9 9
Austin Carr
70
NO 3 0 0 0
Cameron Batson
67
TEN 2 14 14 14 14
Cam Sims
68
WAS 2 72 72 72 72
Chase Claypool
67
PIT 2 70 70 70 70 2
Chris Moore
73
BAL 6 0 0 0
Cooper Kupp
87
LAR 1 63 63 31 31.5
Cordarrelle Patterson
79
CHI 2 7 7 7 7

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.