On offense, as is customary, Carson Palmer and the starting offensive line were on the field for every snap. Tackle Bobby Massie played one snap as a jumbo tight end/tackle eligible.
Among the wide receivers, Michael Floyd led the way with 66 snaps, followed by Larry Fitzgerald with 59. Fitz missed the overtime period with a concussion, or he would have had a few more snaps. Andre Roberts played 41 snaps, Jaron Brown 12 and Brittan Golden four.
Among the running backs, Rashard Mendenhall once again led with 31 snaps. Andre Ellington played 27, Stepfan Taylor played 11 and nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu lined up as a fullback on offense twice.
Among the tight ends, Jim Dray led with 44 snaps. With Rob Housler out, Jake Ballard played 39 and Kory Sperry played three.
On defense, Yeremiah Bell, Daryl Washington and Karlos Dansby played every snap -- something we should all be accustomed to.
In the defensive backfield, after Bell's iron man performance of 86 snaps, starting corners Patrick Peterson and Jerraud Powers each played 85. Rashad Johnson played 81 snaps -- all but the final five, which Tony Jefferson played. Antoine Cason, who became the nickel corner with the injury to Tyrann Mathieu, played 69 snaps and Javier Arenas, now the dime back, played 16.
Among the linebackers, after Dansby and Washington, John Abraham played an astounding 83 snaps. Matt Shaughnessy played 49 and Marcus Benard 24.
On the defensive line, Calais Campbell led with 74, followed by Darnell Dockett with 70. Frostee Rucker played 23, Dan Williams 19 and Alameda Ta'amu only five.
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