Chiefs vs. Cardinals Snap Counts: Dee Ford Takes the Field

A look at the playtime percentages from Sunday’s game against the Cardinals

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Offense

  • Travis Kelce saw most of the snaps at tight end for the Chiefs with 82 percent, compared to just 49 percent for Anthony Fasano
  • Rookie receiver Albert Wilson (74 percent) had second-most snaps at receiver behind Dwayne Bowe (86 percent), while Donnie Avery saw just one offensive snap for the Chiefs
  • Jason Avant saw 48 percent of the snaps for the Chiefs offense, helping him catch five passes for 64 yards, a season-high for him Defense
  • Rookie linebacker Dee Ford saw 15 snaps on Sunday, which accounted for 22 percent of the plays
  • Five Chiefs defenders played every snap: Husain Abdullah, Phillip Gaines, Sean Smith, Tamba Hali and Justin Houston
  • With Allen Bailey out with a concussion, Vance Walker saw the most extensive action of his season with 39 snaps (57 percent
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