Below, we detail the individual snap counts for every player who got in the game defensively, grouped by position.
Jonathan Ledbetter, 50; Kevin Strong, 43; Leki Fotu, 42; Dante Stills, 33; Ben Stille, 27
Ledbetter played 50 snaps for the second straight week, but with five healthy players, they were able to have a more even split of the playing time.
Victor Dimukeje, 45; Cameron Thomas, 35; Dennis Gardeck, 35; Zaven Collins, 24; Jesse Luketa, 18; BJ Ojulari, 15
Collins’ playing time was impacted by getting poked in the eye. Dimukeje played the most for the first time this season. Only Ojulari and Luketa (who also played a couple of snaps on offense as a fullback) seem to have a lesser role.
Kyzir White, 81; Krys Barnes, 58; Zeke Turner, 12
Turner only played after Barnes injured his hand.
White will likely play every snap this season unless he gets hurt.
Marco Wilson, 81; Kei’Trel Clark, 81; Antonio Hamilton, 1
Hamilton is the dime defender when the Cardinals go with six DBs. Other than that, the secondary remains set.
K’Von Wallace, 81; Jalen Thompson, 80, Andre Chachere, 49
Thompson only came out after he remained on the ground after a play and had to be tended to.