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Arizona Cardinals offensive snap counts in win over San Francisco 49ers

NFL: Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The Arizona Cardinals are 1-0 on the season.

It wasn’t pretty, but when you have only won eight games the past two seasons, every victory is beautiful.

How did the Arizona Cardinals get there? Well, let’s take a look at the offensive snap count breakdown for game one of the 2020 NFL season.

Quarterback

Kyler Murray - 82 snaps (100%)
Chris Streveler - 1 snap (1%)

Running Back

Kenyan Drake - 58 snaps (71%)
Chase Edmonds - 28 snaps (34%)

Wide Receiver

DeAndre Hopkins - 77 (94%)
Larry Fitzgerald - 65 (79%)
Christian Kirk - 63 (77%)
Andy Isabella - 14 (17%)
Trent Sherfield - 2 (2%)

Tight End

Dan Arnold - 45 (55%)
Maxx Williams - 43 (52%)
Darrell Daniels - 14 (17%)

Offensive Line

J.R. Sweezy - 82 (100%)
Kelvin Beachum - 82 (100%)
Justin Pugh - 82 (100%)
D.J. Humphries - 81 (99%)
Lamont Gaillard - 46 (56%)
Mason Cole - 36 (44%)
Justin Murray - 1 (1%)

Pretty straight forward in game one, I’d like to see a little more of Edmonds and Drake together, but overall I think things make sense.

What do you think?