Chiefs vs. Bears Snap Counts: DT Dontari Poe Played More Sunday Than Any Game So Far This Season

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs on Sunday

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Offensive Notes:

With running back Jamaal Charles leaving the game early in the third quarter, Charcandrick West registered 18 snaps (31 percent) and Knile Davis registered 4 snaps (7 percent).

Wide receiver De'Anthony Thomas played in 22 snaps (38 percent), the most since Week 2 against the Denver Broncos. Thomas recorded his first touchdown of the season in the loss to the Bears.

For the second week in a row, the offensive line combination of left tackle Donald Stephenson, right guard Ben Grubbs, center Mitch Morse, right guard Zach Fulton and right tackle Eric Fisher garnered 100 percent of the offensive snaps.

Defensive Notes:

Defensive tackle Dontari Poe played in 64 defensive snaps (82 percent), by far the most of any game this season.

Safety Eric Berry, linebacker Derrick Johnson, defensive back Ron Parker, cornerback Marcus Peters and CB Sean Smith played in 100 percent of the Chiefs defensive snaps.

Rookie LB Ramik Wilson played in 39 snaps (50 percent) in his first career start.

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