Chiefs vs. Broncos Snap Counts: Several Players Had Season Highs in Playing Time

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs on Sunday in Denver

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Offensive Notes:

Fullback Anthony Sherman garnered 19 snaps (28 percent), the most playing time on offense since Week 1 against the Houston Texans when he had 25.

With running back Knile Davis inactive, backup Spencer Ware played in 8 snaps (12 percent), the most this year. Charcandrick West took 61 snaps (88 percent) in his two-touchdown effort.

Tight end Demetrius Harris played in 37 snaps (54 percent), the most playing time he's had this season.

Defensive Notes:

Only one defensive player played in all 72 defensive snaps for the Chiefs—safety Ron Parker. Eric Berry nearly did the same, playing in all but 1 defensive snap.

With defensive lineman Allen Bailey out, Jaye Howard (53) Mike DeVito (31) and Nicholas Williams (17) all saw snaps on the line for the Chiefs. Nose tackle Dontari Poe played in 61 snaps (85 percent).

Linebacker Dee Ford played in 32 snaps (44 percent), the most he's garnered all year.

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