Week Thirteen in Review

Week Thirteen is now complete.  The snapping position remains stable with no significant performance or injury issues.

Earlier this week, the Chiefs announced a two-year contract extension for Thomas Gafford, who is now under contract through 2012.  Pat Mannelly of the Bears set a record in last week’s game against the Eagles by playing in his 200th regular season game, which is a Bears record.

On the tackle front, Mike Leach of the Cardinals leads all snappers with seven tackles, five of which are solo tackles after adding a solo stop this week.  Clark Harris (Bengals), Zak DeOssie (Giants) and Mike Windt (Chargers) also had solo tackles.

The NFL Long Snappers Chart after Week Thirteen is below.

NFL Thirteen NFL Long Snappers Chart

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