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Cardinals’ Week 14 offensive snap counts and observations

The Arizona Cardinals lost to the Los Angeles Rams 30-23 on Monday night but they played many more offensive snaps than the Rams. The Cardinals played 78 offensive snaps, 20 more than the defense played.

How were those 78 snaps divided up?

Below, we go through each player and position group’s snap counts and give some observations.

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Rob Schumacher-Arizona Republic

Murray did not leave the field offensively, which is good. He did not take every snap, as they had at least once direct snap to James Conner.

Running back

Rob Schumacher-Arizona Republic

James Conner, 75; Eno Benjamin, 3; Jonathan Ward, 3

The Cardinals had two backs on the field for three snaps. They used Conner almost exclusively on Monday.

Wide receiver

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DeAndre Hopkins, 68; Christian Kirk, 58; A.J. Green, 56; Rondale Moore, 34; Antoine Wesley, 7

Wesley had to come in the game in the final minute after Hopkins was shaken up in the end zone. They used lots of three-wide sets.

Tight end

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Zach Ertz, 65; Demetrius Harris, 17; Darrell Daniels, 4

Ertz was on the field a lot. Since acquiring him, they do not change personnel on the field that much. They run mostly three receivers and a tight end.

Offensive line

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D.J. Humphries, 78; Sean Harlow, 78; Rodney Hudson, 78; Max Garcia, 78; Kelvin Beachum, 78

This week, the Cardinals did not use any tackle eligibles. No one subbed out on the offensive line. It was interesting that Harlow played at left guard and Justin Pugh was active. Pugh only played on special teams.



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