- The Chiefs used a rotation along the defensive line in hopes of keeping the guys fresh throughout the game. Coach Reid said after the game he felt like it was a fantastic plan and that it worked. Dontari Poe played just 76 percent of the snaps, which is extremely low for him normally. He picked up 1.5 sacks on the day to lead the Chiefs defense.
- Besides the starting offensive line and quarterback Alex Smith, tight end Anthony Fasano is the only other Chiefs offensive player to play all 72 snaps.
- Four Chiefs defenders played every snap: safety Husain Abdullah, linebacker Josh Mauga, and cornerbacks Marcus Cooper and Sean Smith.
- Dee Ford saw 13 snaps on defense and made them count, getting involved on a few quarterback pressures and affecting one throw from Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill on third down.
A Look Back at Impending Hall of Fame Coach Dick Vermeil's Time in Kansas City
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Remembering the NFL's First Full-Time Black Scout, Lloyd Wells
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Chiefs CB Steve Nelson Primed for Big Season, Ready to Earn His Respect
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Chiefs Have Two Young Players on "Cusp of Elite Status," PFF Says
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The doctor spoke with the media Thursday
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Dave Toub, Eric Bieniemy, Bob Sutton, Al Harris and Mike Kafka all spoke with the media Thursday afternoon
Andy Reid on OTAs: "I can't say enough about the energy level"
Here's what we learned from Andy Reid on Thursday
New Chiefs' DT Xavier Williams Can Sense the Energy at Organized Team Activities
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The Bud Light Game Day Pass is Back, Offering an Alternative to Traditional Season Tickets
The ticketing option offers fans a seat and a $10 concession credit at every Chiefs' home game for just $20 per game
OL Cam Erving Getting an Opportunity, Says Joining Chiefs Was "Breath of Fresh Air"
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