Week Eleven in Review

Week Eleven of the NFL is done and there were more changes at the snapping position. Andrew DePaola returned to the NFL and snapped well for the Vikings. Austin Cutting had been having issues and the team signed DePaola to the practice squad during the week and activated him for the game. DePaola last snapped in Week One of 2018 for the Raiders. Matt Overton snapped for the Titans for the third consecutive week, as Matt Orzech also remains on the 53 man roster in Tennessee.

Kyle Nelson also had a tryout this week with the Vikings before they signed DePaola and Christian Kuntz worked out for the Steelers.

Charley Hughlett snapped for the Browns this week, although he was close to being placed on the COVID reserve list earlier in the week. Giants snapper Casey Kreiter, who was on a bye, was placed on the COVID reserve list, but is now cleared to play in Week Twelve.

Jon Weeks snapped for the Texans this week and set the team’s franchise record for his 170th game.

In game action, four snappers recorded tackles in punt coverage, as Clark Harris (Bengals) and James Winchester (Chiefs) had solo tackles, while Josh Harris (Falcons) and JJ Jansen (Panthers) each had assisted tackles.

The NFL Long Snappers Chart after Week Eleven is below.

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