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.