Chiefs vs. Steelers Snap Counts: Albert Wilson Leads WRs

Taking a look at the playtime percentages against the Steelers



  • Rookie receiver Albert Wilson saw the most snaps of any Chiefs offensive player (58/66) outside of Alex Smith, Jeff Linkenbach, Rodney Hudson, Eric Fisher and Ryan Harris, all of whom played every snap.
  • At tight end, Travis Kelce saw 80 percent of the offensive snaps for the Chiefs, Anthony Fasano played 35 percent and Richard Gordon just 6 percent.
  • Fullback Anthony Sherman was on the field for eight of the Chiefs 66 offensive plays.


  • Four Chiefs defenders played all 54 snaps on Sunday: Husain Abdullah, Josh Mauga, Sean Smith and Justin Houston.
  • Defensive lineman Dontari Poe missed just one snap.
  • With cornerbacks Marcus Cooper inactive and Phillip Gaines going down right before the game with an illness, Jamell Fleming played 70 percent of the snaps for the Chiefs defense.
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