Chiefs vs. Packers Snap Counts: CB Marcus Cooper Plays Every Defensive Snap for the Chiefs

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs on Monday

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Defensive Notes:

  • After 1 defensive snap last week, cornerback* *Marcus Cooper played in 100 percent of snaps (76). CB Marcus Peters and linebacker Derrick Johnson also played in 100 percent of defensive snaps for the Chiefs.
  • Rotation along the defensive line continued against the Packers, as Dontari Poe (51), Allen Bailey (49), Jaye Howard (43) and Mike DeVito (27) were all in the mix.
  • LB Dee Ford saw 15 snaps (20 percent), a 4 percent increase from last week against the Denver Broncos.

Offensive Notes:

  • Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, who led the Chiefs in yards receiving with 141 and also recorded a touchdown, played in the most offensive snaps (69, 97 percent) for a non-quarterback or non-offensive lineman.
  • WR Chris Conley, who made his first career catch, played in 35 snaps (49 percent), a dramatic uptick from 1 last week. 
  • Offensive lineman Eric Fisher played every offensive snap (71) in his return to the lineup at right tackle.
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