Cardinals’ Week 6 offensive snap counts and observations


In the Arizona Cardinals’ 37-14 win over the Cleveland Browns, the offense played 75 snaps. Because of the blowout, only two players ended up playing every snap.

Check out how the playing time was divided up with each player and position group.

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Quarterback

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It was glorious. McCoy got seven snaps of garbage time.

Running back

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Conner and Edmonds were on the field together once. Conner played a lot more than Edmonds, which is a reflection of them running the clock out in the second half, but it felt like Edmonds was never on the field in the second half.

Wide receiver

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A.J. Green, 68; DeAndre Hopkins, 67; Christian Kirk, 64; Rondale Moore, 42; Antoine Wesley, 9

The Cardinals clearly used a ton of three-wide sets, as Green, Hopkins and Kirk all had roughly the same number of snaps.

Tight end

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Darrell Daniels, 25; Demetrius Harris, 20; Ross Travis, 4

The Cardinals did not use much from the tight ends on Sunday. They collectively had 49 snaps, which is, on average, less than a tight end per play.

Offensive line

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Justin Pugh, 75; Josh Jones, 75; D.J. Humphries, 68; Kelvin Beachum, 68; Max Garcia, 68; Danny Isidora, 7; Sean Harlow, 7; Josh Miles, 7

Three of the linemen got to come out of the game for garbage time. The guards stayed in. Miles played left tackle, Isidora was at right tackle and Harlow was center at the end of the day.

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