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  • chuckyduce

    What is the best source for NFL snap count data?

  • thehazyone

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    Available here on site (will be updated for Week 1 soon)

    https://rotogrinders.com/grids/nfl-snap-counts-1406139?site=fanduel

    Also available in LUHQ (and for other sites on their research hub)

  • AlexSonty

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    Hazy, from where does RG get them? Why are there differences between the snap counts on fbref.com and FO? How would methodology for a seemingly simple counting stat differ?

  • Asylum13

    Snap Count is how many plays a player is on the field for. The logic is that the higher the number the better opportunity there is for a player to accumulate stats. So when a QB checks down into a different play then there is opportunity there.

  • thehazyone

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    @AlexSonty said...

    Hazy, from where does RG get them? Why are there differences between the snap counts on fbref.com and FO? How would methodology for a seemingly simple counting stat differ?

    I believe we get them from Football Outsiders – if you have differences, please feel free to point them out in this thread and I’ll show them to cruzin (he handles this on our end).

  • MicVicious215

    Has this been updated yet? I see player snap counts from the link you posted, but I don’t see team snap counts.

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