Chiefs vs. Bengals Snap Counts: OL Zach Fulton Returns to a Starting Role

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs on Sunday

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Offensive Notes:

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, who had his most productive day as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs (11 receptions, 148 yards), played in all but one snap for the Chiefs (74, 99 percent).

With WR Albert Wilson inactive with a shoulder injury, Chris Conley (68, 91 percent) saw a drastic increase in snaps and playing time as a result.

Offensive lineman Zach Fulton returned to the starting lineup, playing in every offensive snap at the right guard position.

Running back Charcandrick West played in 17 snaps (23 percent).

Defensive notes:

Defensive back Ron Parker and linebackers Justin Houston and Derrick Johnson played in every defensive snap for the Chiefs.

Rookie LB Ramik Wilson, who entered the game when Josh Mauga left in the first quarter with a thigh strain, recorded 38 snaps (70 percent), the most of his career.

Cornerback Sean Smith played in 52 snaps (96 percent) in his return to the lineup.

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