The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 42-37, on Sunday afternoon to stay undefeated on the season.
Here's a look at the players on offense, defense and special teams that saw the most action on Sunday.
|Player||Position||Offensive Plays||Percentage of Total Offensive Plays|
|Laurent Duvernay-Tardif||Offensive Guard||58||100%|
|Cameron Erving||Offensive Guard||58||100%|
|Eric Fisher||Offensive Tackle||58||100%|
|Mitchell Schwartz||Offensive Tackle||58||100%|
|Travis Kelce||Tight End||57||98%|
|Tyreek Hill||Wide Receiver||51||88%|
|Sammy Watkins||Wide Receiver||48||83%|
|Kareem Hunt||Running Back||40||69%|
-Tight end Travis Kelce played all but one offensive snap on Sunday (58) and made the most of his time on the field, catching seven passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns. It marked Kelce's third-career game with multiple touchdowns.
-Wide receiver Chris Conley recorded 36 offensive snaps (62 percent) in his second dose of regular-season action since rupturing his Achilles tendon in Week 5 of last season. Conley also played 62 percent of the Chiefs' offensive snaps last week.
-Wide receiver Sammy Watkins played 48 offensive snaps (83 percent), recording 131 yards of total offense on seven touches.
-Tight end Demetrius Harris tallied 17 offensive snaps (29 percent) in his first game of the season.
|Player||Positon||Defensive Snaps||Percentage of Total Defensive Plays|
|Chris Jones||Defensive End||55||67%|
|Allen Bailey||Defensive Tackle||51||62%|
Safety Ron Parker (3.0 tackles) and cornerback Steve Nelson (3.0 tackles) each played 81 defensive snaps (99 percent) on Sunday. Nelson recorded a tackle-for-loss in the game.
Linebacker Anthony Hitchens tallied 77 defensive snaps (94 percent), recording a team-high 12 tackles (7.0 solo) on the afternoon.
Rookie safety Armani Watts saw his playtime increase from just three defensive plays last week to 16 on Sunday (20 percent).
|Player||Position||Special Teams Snaps||Percentage of Total Special Teams Snaps|
|Demetrius Harris||Tight End||30||86%|
|Marcus Kemp||Wide Receiver||24||69%|
|De'Anthony Thomas||Wide Receiver||24||69%|
-In addition to his 17 snaps on offense, tight end Demetrius Harris played a team-high 30 special teams snaps on Sunday (86 percent).
-Safety Jordan Lucas tallied 29 special teams snaps (83 percent). The third-year safety played a team-high 24 snaps on special teams last week.