Chiefs vs. Steelers Snap Counts: How Much Time Did Wilson and Conley See in Maclin's Absence?

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Offensive Notes:

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

With wide receiver Jeremy Maclin out of the lineup, second-year player Albert Wilson received 57 snaps (90 percent) and rookie Chris Conley received 55 snaps (87 percent). Conley had the first touchdown of his career Sunday.

Running back Charcandrick West took 55 offensive snaps (87 percent) in the absence of Jamaal Charles. West ran the ball 22 times for 110 yards rushing and his first career touchdown Sunday.

Defensive Notes:

Linebackers Justin Houston and Derrick Johnson, safeties Eric Berry and Ron Parker and cornerback Sean Smith played in 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps (57). Johnson and Berry both recorded interceptions.

In nose tackle Dontari Poe's return to the lineup, he played in 48 defensive snaps (84 percent).

Rookie cornerback Steve Nelson played in 21 defensive snaps (37 percent), the most of his career.

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