Chiefs vs. Lions Snap Counts: Only One Chiefs Player Played in All Defensive Snaps

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

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Offensive Notes:

With left guard Ben Grubbs out, the Kansas City Chiefs used a new offensive line combination Sunday. Eric Fisher (LT), Jeff Allen (LG), Mitch Morse (C), Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (RG) and Jah Reid (RT) played in 100 percent of snaps.

Wide receiver Albert Wilson led skill position players in snap percentage with 60 snaps for 92 percent.

In his first active game of the season, tight end Brian Parker played in 17 snaps (26 percent). Demetrius Harris had 19 (29 percent).

With the Chiefs holding a big lead late, quarterback Chase Daniel had 8 snaps (12 percent), his first action of the season.

Defensive Notes:

Rookie cornerback Marcus Peters was the only defensive player who played in 100 percent of the team's snaps (60).

Safety Tyvon Branch played in 40 snaps (67 percent) for the Chiefs defense, the most he's played all year.

Rookies Rakeem Nunez-Roches (7 snaps) and D.J. Alexander (4 snaps) also saw time for the Chiefs.

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