Week Twelve in Review

Week Twelve is largely complete, as the Ravens and Steelers game has been moved to tomorrow. Due to COVID issues, it is expected that the Ravens will have Nick Moore snap in place of Morgan Cox. The Ravens are one of a handful of teams that have kept a long snapper on its practice squad since the start of the season and for this very reason. This trend could continue and the Steelers became the latest team when they added Christian Kuntz to the practice squad this week.

The Titans used Matt Overton for a fourth straight week and the Vikings had Andrew DePaola snap for a second straight week. Matt Orzech has been waived from the Titans roster, although Austin Cutting remains on the Vikings active roster for now.

Just one snapper, Dan Godsil, had a tryout this past week and worked out for the Chargers.

With fan voting for the Pro Bowl still underway, the two top vote getters at the snapping position are Kameron Canaday (Steelers) and Hunter Bradley (Packers).

Casey Krieter (Giants) and Luke Rhodes (Colts) each had solo tackles in punt coverage this week, while Cole Mazza (Chargers) and Taybor Pepper (Niners) added assisted tackles.

The NFL Long Snappers Chart after (most) of Week Twelve is below.

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