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Arizona Cardinals offensive snap counts week 14 win over New York Giants

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Winning cures all, but one thing that has been missing in recent weeks is the Arizona Cardinals controlling the game in snap counts.

This week, we saw them able to get back to that, with a massive 30 snap differential in plays run.

Let’s take a look at the week 14 snap counts on offense against the New York Giants.

Quarterback

Kyler Murray - 79 snaps (100%)

Running Back

Kenyan Drake - 44 (56%)
Chase Edmonds - 40 (51%)

Wide Receiver

Christian Kirk - 66 (84%)
DeAndre Hopkins - 62 (78%)
Larry Fitzgerald - 57 (72%)
KeeSean Johnson - 19 (24%)
Trent Sherfield - 5 (6%)

Tight End

Maxx Williams - 51 (65%)
Seth DeValve - 27 (34%)
Dan Arnold - 24 (30%)

Offensive Line

D.J. Humphries - 79 (100%)
Justin Murray - 79 (100%)
Kelvin Beachum - 75 (95%)
Mason Cole - 66 (84%)
J.R. Sweezy - 43 (54%)
Justin Pugh - 36 (46%)
Lamont Gaillard - 13 (16%)
Josh Jones - 4 (5%)

First time all year Hopkins was not the top guy in snaps at wide receiver, something to watch as he may be a bit banged up.

Cardinals continue to be inventive with their offensive line snaps as well.

What did you notice?