The Arizona Cardinals played 76 offensive snaps on Sunday in their 19-16 overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
How was that playing time divided up?
The individual snap counts for each player who appeared in the game on offense are below, grouped by position, with commentary as to what we can get from the numbers.
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Trace McSorley, 76
McSorley played every snap, but he did not take every snap, as running back James Conner did have one direct snap to him.
James Conner, 74; Keaontay Ingram, 7
Conner played almost every snap. Ingram and Conner were on the field together for five snaps.
DeAndre Hopkins, 71; Greg Dortch, 58; Marquise Brown, 50; A.J. Green, 20; Robbie Anderson, 5; Pharoh Cooper, 1
Dortch played the second-most snaps among receivers. He had a combined 10 in the previous two games. Anderson’s role diminished greatly.
Trey McBride, 64; Maxx Williams, 21; Stephen Anderson, 9
McBride continues to get the playing time that Zach Ertz did when he was healthy.
Josh Jones, 76; Max Garcia, 76; Billy Price, 76; Will Hernandez, 76; Kelvin Beachum
No one had to leave the game with an injury.