Chiefs vs. Patriots: Snap Counts and Playtime Percentages

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs against the Patriots in week four

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  • Six Chiefs defensive players played all 50 snaps Monday night: Husain Abdullah, Ron Parker, Josh Mauga, Sean Smith, Justin Houston and Marcus Cooper
  • The Chiefs defensive line continues to rotate with Jaye Howard (44%), Kevin Vickerson (12%) and Vance Walker (12%) splitting time as Allen Bailey (90%) and Dontari Poe (86%) get the majority of snaps.
  • Kurt Coleman played 48 percent of the snaps for the Chiefs defense and started as they came out in a dime look with six defensive backs to begin the game.
  • The Chiefs had 157 total snaps (offense, defense, special teams) from players who weren't with the team for the first preseason game. That would be LB Jerry Franklin (19), DB Kelcie McCray (20), DL Kevin Vickerson (15), DB
  • Kurt Coleman (36) and OL Mike McGlynn (67).
  • Tight end Travis Kelce saw the most action of his season with 35 of the 67 (52%) snaps on offense.
  • Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis were fairly split on carries, 18 to 16, and the same can be said for snap count. Charles had 36 snaps (54%) and Davis had 29 (43%).
  • Veteran tight end Anthony Fasano showed his blocking ability several times on Monday night, and he saw 60 of the 67 (90%) snaps on offense. 
  • The Chiefs had several receivers get on the action as Dwayne Bowe (79%) led the group with Donnie Avery (60%), Junior Hemingway (42%), AJ Jenkins (16%) and Frankie Hammond (6%) getting in the mix.
  • Fullback Anthony Sherman saw 39 percent of the snaps on offense.
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