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Arizona Cardinals offensive snap counts in loss to New England Patriots

NFL: NOV 29 Cardinals at Patriots Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Arizona Cardinals ran an astounding 21 more plays than their opponent in a game they lost.

What did the snap counts look like for the offense in their 20-17 loss to the Patriots?

Quarterback

Kyler Murray - 74 snaps (100%)

Running Back

Kenyan Drake - 41 (55%)
Chase Edmonds - 33 (45%)

Wide Receiver

DeAndre Hopkins - 72 (97%)
Christian Kirk - 64 (86%)
Andy Isabella - 41 (55%)
KeeSean Johnson - 9 (12%)

Tight End

Maxx Williams - 53 (72%)
Dan Arnold - 27 (36%)
Evan Baylis - 22 (30%)

Offensive Line

Kelvin Beachum - 74 (100%)
D.J. Humphries - 74 (100%)
J.R. Sweezy - 74 (100%)
Mason Cole - 74 (100%)
Justin Pugh - 66 (89%)
Josh Jones - 8 (11%)
Max Garcia - 8 (11%)

The wide receiver room is an issue. Christian Kirk seems like the ideal third receiver still, and Andy Isabella just didn’t step up like needed.

The offensive line was fine, but continues to regress in the run game.

What did you notice?