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Arizona Cardinals offensive snap counts in loss to Carolina Panthers

NFL: Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

An awful offensive performance lead to the lowest snap count of the season for the Arizona Cardinals.

What did those snap counts look like?

Quarterback

Kyler Murray - 57 snaps (100%)

Running Back

Kenyan Drake - 37 snaps (65%)
Chase Edmonds - 21 snaps (37%)

Wide Receiver

DeAndre Hopkins - 54 (95%)
Larry Fitzgerald - 53 (93%)
Christian Kirk - 36 (63%)
Andy Isabella - 24 (42%)

Tight End

Dan Arnold - 31 (54%)
Darrell Daniels - 27 (47%)

Offensive Line

Kelvin Beachum - 57 (100%)
D.J. Humphries - 57 (100%)
Mason Cole - 57 (100%)
J.R. Sweezy - 52 (91%)
Justin Pugh - 47 (82%)
Max Garcia - 10 (18%)
Justin Murray - 6 (11%)

Too many snaps for Fitz, but with the lack of Maxx Williams and the desire to run the ball, Fitz becomes your pseudo best blocking tight end on the roster.

Meanwhile, the wide receiver snaps look about right, now if anyone can produce outside of Hopkins.