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Arizona Cardinals offensive snap counts in win over Los Angeles Rams

NFL: Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

The Arizona Cardinals had their most dominant performance of the Kliff Kingsbury era.

The offense was incredibly efficient, but what did the snap counts look like? Let’s take a look.

Josh Jones - 78 snaps (100%)
Justin Pugh - 78 (100%)
D.J. Humphries - 76 (97%)
Max Garcia - 76 (97%)
Rodney Hudson - 76 (97%)
Kyler Murray - 76 (97%)
DeAndre Hopkins - 75 (96%)
A.J. Green - 67 (86%)

Only Jones and Pugh played 100% of the snaps. Hopkins and Green continue to be the clear top two receivers. Green is now producing like it.

Christian Kirk - 56 (72%)
Chase Edmonds - 52 (67%)
Maxx Williams - 45 (58%)
Rondale Moore - 33 (42%)
James Conner - 33 (42%)

Edmonds, Williams and Conner didn’t play as much as their stats would have you believe. That is efficiency.

Darrell Daniels - 15 (19%)
Demertrius Harris - 9 (12%)
Antoine Wesley - 3 (4%)
Jonathan Ward - 2 (3%)
Sean Harlow - 2 (3%)
Koda Martin - 2 (3%)
Colt McCoy - 2 (3%)
Eric Smith - 2 (3%)

Impressive that the team was able to get three backups in along the offensive line.

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