NFL Snap Counts

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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Receiving Yards
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U 72.5
-105
O 72.5
-125
U 72.5
-115
O 72.5
-119
U 72.5
-114
O 72.5
-114
U 72.5
-115
O 72.5
-115
Receptions Made
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U 5.5
-130
O 5.5
+100
U 5.5
-152
O 5.5
+110
U 5.5
-136
O 5.5
+102
U 5.5
-150
O 5.5
+115
Longest Reception
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U 26.5
-120
O 26.5
-110
U 25.5
-118
O 25.5
-118
U 26.5
-130
O 26.5
-102
U 25.5
-110
O 25.5
-120
Rushing and Receiving Yards
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
U 73.5
-115
O 73.5
-115
U 73.5
-115
O 73.5
-119
U 73.5
-120
O 73.5
-110
Score a Touchdown
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+105 +135 +125 +120
Score 2+ Touchdowns
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+700 +650 +550
Score 3+ Touchdowns
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+3000 +4500 +1800
Score a First Quarter Touchdown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+600
Score a First Half Touchdown
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+240 +300
Score a Second Half Touchdown
2/12, 11:30p: KC @ PHI
+205 +290
Score First Touchdown
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+950 +650 +850 +1000
Score Last Touchdown
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+850 +575 +850 +1000
To win Super Bowl MVP
+1200 +1400

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 CONF Total Avg TM SNAP % TD
DeVonta Smith
86
PHI 1 67 67 134 67 93.1 1
Ja'Marr Chase
92
CIN 1 56 68 66 190 63 95.5 2
Tee Higgins
85
CIN 1 52 57 63 172 57 86.4 1
A.J. Brown
93
PHI 1 51 62 113 56 78.5
Marquez Valdes-Scantling
76
KC 1 34 50 84 42 61.3 2
Trenton Irwin
72
CIN 2 7 19 48 74 24 37.2
Deebo Samuel
88
SF 1 50 63 45 158 52 89.3 1
Brandon Aiyuk
86
SF 1 58 63 44 165 55 93.2
Quez Watkins
76
PHI 1 22 42 64 32 44.4
Skyy Moore
72
KC 2 18 40 58 29 42.3
JuJu Smith-Schuster
83
KC 1 58 31 89 44 65
Zach Pascal
75
PHI 2 24 23 47 23 32.6
Marcus Kemp
67
KC 3 22 22 22 16.1
Jauan Jennings
72
SF 1 26 30 21 77 25 43.5
Mecole Hardman
81
KC 2 15 15 15 10.9
Tyler Boyd
83
CIN 1 52 53 15 120 40 60.3
Kadarius Toney
78
KC 2 20 4 24 12 17.5
Britain Covey
67
PHI 2 2 2 1 1.4
Danny Gray
69
SF 2 7 2 9 3 5.1
Stanley Morgan
68
CIN 2 1 7 1 9 3 4.5
Andy Isabella
71
BAL 8 3 3 3 4.3
Adam Thielen
83
MIN 1 52 52 52 91.2
Cole Beasley
74
BUF 3 31 30 61 30 44.5 1
Chris Godwin
90
TB 1 72 72 72 87.8
Cade Johnson
67
SEA 4 44 44 44 64.7
Christian Kirk
84
JAX 1 73 51 124 62 91.9 2
CeeDee Lamb
89
DAL 1 58 55 113 56 86.9 1
Cedrick Wilson Jr.
76
MIA 2 15 15 15 21.1
DeAndre Carter
75
LAC 2 24 24 24 34.3
DK Metcalf
89
SEA 1 57 57 57 83.8 2
Demarcus Robinson
76
BAL 1 32 32 32 46.4 1
Darius Slayton
76
NYG 2 65 50 115 57 92.7
Deven Thompkins
67
TB 2 7 7 7 8.5
Dareke Young
67
SEA 2 13 13 13 19.1
Gabe Davis
82
BUF 1 56 62 118 59 86.1 1
Isaiah Hodgins
75
NYG 1 66 45 111 55 89.5 1
Isaiah McKenzie
79
BUF 1 17 17 17 12.4
Jamal Agnew
74
JAX 2 4 11 15 7 11.1
John Brown
82
BUF 21 21 21 28.4
Justin Jefferson
97
MIN 1 56 56 56 98.2
Julio Jones
81
TB 1 41 41 41 50 1
Jalen Nailor
70
MIN 2 0 0 0
Joshua Palmer
78
LAC 1 68 68 68 97.1
James Proche II
69
BAL 2 7 7 7 10.1
Jalen Reagor
72
MIN 2 0 0 0
Jaylen Waddle
87
MIA 1 60 60 60 84.5
Justin Watson
70
KC 1 38 38 38 27.7
Keenan Allen
88
LAC 1 67 67 67 95.7
Kenny Golladay
72
NYG 2 4 2 6 3 4.8
K.J. Osborn
76
MIN 1 33 33 33 57.9 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.

2022 Snap Count Leaders: Wide Receivers

DeVonta Smith

WR | Philadelphia Eagles

  • Smith has put up 1,196 receiving yards (ninth in the NFL) and seven touchdowns on 95 receptions, while being targeted 136 times this season.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Lions): 74 Snaps / 0 REC / 0 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Vikings): 72 Snaps / 7 REC / 80 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Commanders): 62 Snaps / 8 REC / 169 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Jaguars): 71 Snaps / 3 REC / 17 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Cardinals): 72 Snaps / 10 REC / 87 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Cowboys): 63 Snaps / 5 REC / 44 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Steelers): 42 Snaps / 5 REC / 23 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Texans): 58 Snaps / 2 REC / 22 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Commanders): 43 Snaps / 6 REC / 39 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Colts): 64 Snaps / 6 REC / 78 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Packers): 74 Snaps / 4 REC / 50 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Titans): 63 Snaps / 5 REC / 102 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Giants): 62 Snaps / 5 REC / 64 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Bears): 70 Snaps / 5 REC / 126 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Cowboys): 66 Snaps / 8 REC / 113 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Saints): 54 Snaps / 9 REC / 115 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Giants): 73 Snaps / 7 REC / 67 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Giants): 67 Snaps / 6 REC / 61 YDS / 1 TD

Justin Jefferson

WR | Minnesota Vikings

  • Jefferson has put together a 2022 stat sheet that includes 128 catches (first in the NFL) for 1,809 yards (first in the NFL) and eight receiving touchdowns over 17 games played. He has been on the receiving end of 184 targets and is averaging 7.5 receptions per game.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Packers): 57 Snaps / 9 REC / 184 YDS / 2 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Eagles): 60 Snaps / 6 REC / 48 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Lions): 72 Snaps / 3 REC / 14 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Saints): 68 Snaps / 10 REC / 147 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Bears): 79 Snaps / 12 REC / 154 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Dolphins): 49 Snaps / 6 REC / 107 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Cardinals): 70 Snaps / 6 REC / 98 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Commanders): 66 Snaps / 7 REC / 115 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Bills): 83 Snaps / 10 REC / 193 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Cowboys): 45 Snaps / 3 REC / 33 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Patriots): 67 Snaps / 9 REC / 139 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Jets): 65 Snaps / 7 REC / 45 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Lions): 61 Snaps / 11 REC / 223 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Colts): 83 Snaps / 12 REC / 123 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Giants): 72 Snaps / 12 REC / 133 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Packers): 46 Snaps / 1 REC / 15 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Bears): 36 Snaps / 4 REC / 38 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 1 (vs Giants): 56 Snaps / 7 REC / 47 YDS / 0 TD

Michael Pittman Jr.

WR | Indianapolis Colts

  • Pittman has recorded 925 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 99 receptions (10th in the NFL), while being targeted 141 times this season.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Texans): 90 Snaps / 9 REC / 121 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Jaguars): 0 Snaps / 0 REC / 0 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Chiefs): 67 Snaps / 8 REC / 72 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Titans): 59 Snaps / 3 REC / 31 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Broncos): 78 Snaps / 5 REC / 59 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Jaguars): 80 Snaps / 13 REC / 134 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 7 (vs Titans): 64 Snaps / 6 REC / 58 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Commanders): 55 Snaps / 7 REC / 53 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Patriots): 56 Snaps / 3 REC / 22 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Raiders): 63 Snaps / 7 REC / 53 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Eagles): 64 Snaps / 6 REC / 75 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Steelers): 64 Snaps / 7 REC / 61 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Cowboys): 67 Snaps / 2 REC / 16 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Vikings): 77 Snaps / 10 REC / 60 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Chargers): 52 Snaps / 4 REC / 39 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Giants): 57 Snaps / 6 REC / 41 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Texans): 72 Snaps / 3 REC / 30 YDS / 1 TD

Terry McLaurin

WR | Washington Commanders

  • McLaurin has 1,191 receiving yards (10th in the NFL) and five touchdowns from 77 receptions after receiving 120 targets.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Jaguars): 69 Snaps / 2 REC / 58 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Lions): 66 Snaps / 4 REC / 75 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Eagles): 68 Snaps / 6 REC / 102 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Cowboys): 70 Snaps / 2 REC / 15 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Titans): 62 Snaps / 5 REC / 76 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Bears): 56 Snaps / 3 REC / 41 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 7 (vs Packers): 70 Snaps / 5 REC / 73 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Colts): 58 Snaps / 6 REC / 113 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 9 (vs Vikings): 64 Snaps / 5 REC / 56 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Eagles): 71 Snaps / 8 REC / 128 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Texans): 49 Snaps / 4 REC / 55 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Falcons): 51 Snaps / 4 REC / 48 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Giants): 77 Snaps / 8 REC / 105 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Giants): 58 Snaps / 6 REC / 70 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 16 (vs 49ers): 68 Snaps / 4 REC / 77 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Browns): 56 Snaps / 2 REC / 25 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Cowboys): 50 Snaps / 3 REC / 74 YDS / 1 TD

Donovan Peoples-Jones

WR | Cleveland Browns

  • Peoples-Jones' 839 receiving yards this season have come from 61 receptions on 96 targets. He's averaging 3.6 catches and 49.4 yards per game, with three receiving touchdowns.

Week by Week

  • Week 1 (vs Panthers): 66 Snaps / 6 REC / 60 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 2 (vs Jets): 52 Snaps / 0 REC / 0 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 3 (vs Steelers): 63 Snaps / 1 REC / 10 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 4 (vs Falcons): 61 Snaps / 5 REC / 71 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 5 (vs Chargers): 59 Snaps / 4 REC / 50 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 6 (vs Patriots): 61 Snaps / 4 REC / 74 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 7 (vs Ravens): 56 Snaps / 6 REC / 71 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 8 (vs Bengals): 69 Snaps / 4 REC / 81 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 10 (vs Dolphins): 59 Snaps / 5 REC / 99 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 11 (vs Bills): 74 Snaps / 5 REC / 61 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 12 (vs Buccaneers): 76 Snaps / 2 REC / 16 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 13 (vs Texans): 60 Snaps / 3 REC / 44 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 14 (vs Bengals): 72 Snaps / 8 REC / 114 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 15 (vs Ravens): 51 Snaps / 4 REC / 31 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 16 (vs Saints): 68 Snaps / 1 REC / 2 YDS / 0 TD
  • Week 17 (vs Commanders): 49 Snaps / 1 REC / 13 YDS / 1 TD
  • Week 18 (vs Steelers): 59 Snaps / 2 REC / 42 YDS / 0 TD