How were those snaps divided up?
Below are the individual snap counts for each player who got in the game on defense, grouped by position.
Jonathan Ledbetter, 42; Dante Stills, 41; Kevin Strong, 38; Roy Lopez, 34; Leki Fotu, 28
The split from top to bottom is only 14 snaps difference. Ledbetter and Strong both left the game with injuries, though Strong returned.
BJ Ojulari, 37; Zaven Collins, 37; Dennis Gardeck, 35; Victor Dimukeje, 24; Cameron Thomas, 15; Jesse Luketa, 7
Thomas’ role diminished and OJulari’s grew. Ojulari played a career high and had two sacks.
Kyzir White, 71; Josh Woods, 33
The Cardinals used a lot of big nickel on Sunday, opting to take out a linebacker instead of a defensive lineman. White continues to never come off the field.
Marco Wilson, 54; Antonio Hamilton, 52; Garrett Williams, 52; Starling Thomas, 36
Thomas actually got the start but played the least. Williams played the most he has since being activated.
Arizona is now going with a cornerback rotation.
Budda Baker, 71; Jalen Thompson, 71; Andre Chachere, 3
Baker and Thompson never left the field and Chachere was used in dime defenses.