Chiefs vs. Chargers Snap Counts: How Were West and Ware Used on Sunday?

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs on Sunday


Offensive Notes:

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (52, 96 percent), tight end Travis Kelce (51, 94 percent) and WR Albert Wilson (49, 91 percent) all garnered over 90 percent of the offensive snaps Sunday.

With the Chiefs continuing in their running back-by-committee approach, Charcandrick West took 36 snaps (67 percent) and Spencer Ware took 16 snaps (30 percent).

Center Mitch Morse was back in action, taking all the snaps (54) at the center position.

Defensive Notes:

Safety Eric Berry, linebacker Derrick Johnson, S Ron Parker, cornerback Marcus Peters and CB Sean Smith all took 100 percent of the defensive snaps Sunday (67).

With LB Justin Houston out for the second game in a row with a knee injury, Dee Ford was on the field for 66 snaps (99 percent). Tamba Hali took 59 (88 percent).

In S Husain Abdullah's absence, Tyvon Branch (56, 84 percent) and Daniel Sorensen (43, 64 percent) once again saw an increase in action.

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