We already took a look at the defensive snap counts and saw some changes, some because of injury and others because of effectiveness. It looks like the team is starting to move beyond Adrian Wilson little by little -- or sent him a message that he needs to play and/or practice better. Jamell Fleming was replaced by Greg Toler. William Gay was on the field almost every play.
What about the offense? There was no big surprise, other than Michael Floyd getting benched during the game.
Here is the breakdown.
The offensive line of Nate Potter, Daryn Colledge, Lyle Sendlein, Adam Snyder and Bobby Massie played all 58 snaps (yes, the Cards only had 58 offensive plays).
John Skelton lasted 15 plays before being pulled. Ryan Lindley handled the 43 remaining snaps.
Among the running backs, LaRod Stephens-Howling was in for 46 plays, William Powell for six and Anthony Sherman for 23.
Among the receivers, Larry Fitzgerald was in on every play. Andre Roberts played 50 snaps. Early Doucet took some of Michael Floyd's. Doucet had 28 snaps to Floyd's 15. Doucet was in the game down the stretch after Floyd made some key errors.
Tight ends Jeff King was in for 24 plays and Rob Housler was in on 40 plays.