Chiefs vs. Bills Snap Counts: With All the Injuries, How Did the OL Play Percentage Shake Out?

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills

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Offensive Notes:

With injuries to Jeff Allen (ankle), Eric Fisher (neck) and Mitch Morse (concussion), the offensive line snap percentages were vastly different than usual. The Chiefs used each of their offensive linemen by the game's end.

Offensive Line Snap Count Percentages

Player

Snaps

Percentage

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

62

100

Jah Reid

62

100

Zach Fulton

46

74

Jeff Allen

41

66

Donald Stephenson

40

65

Mitch Morse

37

60

Eric Fisher

22

35

Tight end Travis Kelce had the most snaps at a skill position with 60 (97 percent). Jeremy Maclin had 55 (89 percent). Each recorded a touchdown in the game.

Filling in for running back Charcandrick West, Spencer Ware took 53 snaps (85 percent) and recorded career highs in rushing attempts (19), yards rushing (114 yards rushing), receptions (3). Ware also had a touchdown rushing in the game.

Defensive Notes:

Six Chiefs were on the field for every defensive snap yesterday (72)—safety Eric Berry, linebacker Tamba Hali, LB Derrick Johnson, S Ron Parker, cornerback Marcus Peters and CB Sean Smith.

Linebacker Justin Houston left the game in the first quarter with a knee injury. In his place, LB Frank Zombo played in 59 snaps (82 percent). Tamba Hali played in every snap for the Chiefs defense for only the second time this season (Minnesota).

LB Dezman Moses had only 1 defensive snap (1 percent) for the Chiefs, but during it, he made what could be regarded as the biggest play of the game. Moses tackled Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor just before the first-down marker on fourth down late in the fourth quarter, allowing the Chiefs to run out the clock for the win.

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