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NFL Depth Charts 2020

Every NFL team has a designated depth chart, which shows us the rank of primary and secondary players on a team. Some positions will have a few starters like a wide receiver, where most teams will start two wide receivers each play. The depth chart will also show who the starting running back is and the other names that fall behind them. This is important information whether you are playing fantasy football, wagering bets, or simply wanting to keep up with teams around the league. As more teams use a committee approach or multiple players at a position, it is important to keep up on a team's depth. A backup running back could emerge into a starting role by injury, and this is a way of tracking who that name will be to get the extra workload moving forward. These are all things we need to be aware of when viewing these pages.

Throughout a season, the depth chart will be adjusted based on injuries and coaching changes. It is important to check back each week to see how a team could be lining up for the upcoming week. Some teams will have a more solidified depth chart each week, which speaks more to a team's stability. A struggling team, especially late in the year, might start changing some players around or getting younger players more snaps. Over the offseason, the coaches won't have a set depth chart. There are a lot of moving parts, but during camp and preseason, you can start to see how the depth chart will look for the regular season. If you notice some weird names in higher depth chart roles over the offseason, don't be alarmed. You will get a better sense when rosters are set and teams hand over their official depth chart.

Arizona Cardinals
POS
Player
#
QB
77
RB1
83
RB2
73
RB3
67
TE
68
Atlanta Falcons
POS
Player
#
QB
87
RB1
85
RB2
67
RB3
78
WR1
84
WR2
68
WR3
96
TE
81
Baltimore Ravens
POS
Player
#
RB1
87
RB2
72
RB3
79
WR2
75
WR3
73
TE
75
Buffalo Bills
POS
Player
#
QB
76
RB2
68
RB3
74
WR1
91
WR2
83
WR3
80
TE
76
Carolina Panthers
POS
Player
#
RB1
73
WR2
81
WR3
78
Chicago Bears
POS
Player
#
QB
70
RB2
67
WR2
71
TE
78
Cincinnati Bengals
POS
Player
#
QB
76
RB1
86
RB3
71
WR1
80
WR2
73
WR3
87
TE
70
Cleveland Browns
Dallas Cowboys
POS
Player
#
QB
87
RB2
76
RB3
67
WR1
94
WR2
76
Denver Broncos
POS
Player
#
QB
70
RB1
85
RB4
78
WR1
77
WR2
72
TE
73
Detroit Lions
POS
Player
#
RB3
73
WR1
84
Green Bay Packers
POS
Player
#
RB1
92
RB3
70
WR1
71
WR2
97
Houston Texans
POS
Player
#
RB1
76
RB2
81
RB3
67
WR1
80
WR2
88
WR3
79
TE
79
Indianapolis Colts
POS
Player
#
RB2
76
WR1
87
WR2
72
WR3
67
TE
84
Jacksonville Jaguars
POS
Player
#
WR2
75
WR3
76
TE
78
Kansas City Chiefs
Las Vegas Raiders
POS
Player
#
QB
80
RB1
91
RB2
74
WR3
71
Los Angeles Chargers
POS
Player
#
RB2
67
WR1
67
WR2
88
WR3
82
TE
87
Los Angeles Rams
POS
Player
#
QB
74
RB2
76
RB3
76
WR1
77
WR2
86
WR3
85
TE
79
Miami Dolphins
POS
Player
#
RB1
67
RB2
76
RB3
78
WR3
72
TE
79
Minnesota Vikings
POS
Player
#
QB
80
RB1
88
WR1
92
WR3
73
TE
87
New England Patriots
POS
Player
#
QB
67
RB1
78
RB2
67
RB4
84
WR2
73
WR3
73
TE
71
New Orleans Saints
POS
Player
#
QB
96
RB1
90
WR1
68
TE
85
New York Giants
POS
Player
#
QB
72
RB1
79
RB2
74
WR1
84
WR2
69
TE
90
New York Jets
POS
Player
#
QB
68
RB1
86
RB2
81
WR2
74
Philadelphia Eagles
POS
Player
#
QB
83
RB1
77
RB2
73
RB3
72
WR1
67
TE
91
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
POS
Player
#
WR1
70
WR2
78
Seattle Seahawks
POS
Player
#
RB1
88
RB2
77
RB3
67
WR1
82
WR2
86
WR3
76
TE
87
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
POS
Player
#
QB
88
RB2
79
WR1
89
WR2
86
WR3
67
Tennessee Titans
POS
Player
#
RB1
90
WR2
83
WR3
68
TE
75
Washington Football Team
POS
Player
#
QB
67
RB2
71
RB3
79
WR1
67
WR3
73
TE
71