Against the Denver Broncos, the Arizona Cardinals played 65 offensive snaps.
How was the playing time divided up?
Below we go over each player in each position group and give any observations there are.
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Colt McCoy, 35; Trace McSorley, 30
McCoy lasted just more than the first half before suffering a concussion. McSorley finished the game.
James Conner, 59; Keaontay Ingram, 8
The two backs were on the field twice at the same. Conner continues to get the workhorse load of playing time.
DeAndre Hopkins, 60; Marquise Brown, 59; A.J. Green, 37; Robbie Anderson, 24; Greg Dortch, 6
The receiver playing time continues to be puzzling. Dortch has been more productive in his playing time but Anderson and Green get more playing time.
Trey McBride, 56; Maxx Williams, 13; Stephen Anderson, 4
McBride is getting more playing time and improving.
Josh Jones, 65; Billy Price, 65; Will Hernandez, 65; Max Garcia, 57; Kelvin Beachum, 49; Cody Ford, 16; Lecitus Smith, 8
Beachum and Garcias exited with injuries. Ford replaced Beachum at right tackle and Smith replaced Garcia at left guard.