Wide receiver Albert Wilson was the only skill position player to be on the field for every offensive snap on Saturday, catching two passes for 26 yards.
Wide receiver Tyreek Hill played all but two offensive snaps (56), hauling in a team-high seven catches for 87 yards. Hill also caught one pass behind the line of scrimmage, establishing the play as a rush rather than a catch, and took it for 14 yards. It all added up to 101 yards on eight touches for the second-year receiver.
Tight end Demetrius Harris played 34 offensive snaps (59 percent), catching two passes for 22 yards. Harris saw more of the field after tight end Travis Kelce exited the game with a concussion.
Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson was on the field for 34 offensive snaps (59 percent), catching four passes for 57 yards and his first-career touchdown. All of Robinson's production was on Kansas City's final drive of the first half as he found the end zone with just seconds remaining on the clock.
Cornerback Marcus Peters played all 70 defensive snaps, tallying four tackles, two tackles for loss and an interception. It was the second pick of Peters' postseason career, and his 21 career interceptions between the regular season and playoffs rank as the second-most through a player's first three seasons in the last 25 years.
Safety Ron Parker also played each defensive snap for Kansas City, recording five tackles.
Defensive back Steven Nelson was on the field for all but two defensive snaps (68), notching three tackles (2.0 solo) and a pass defensed. Nelson returned from Injured Reserve in Week 8 and, excluding the Week 17 matchup in which many starters were rested, went on to play 93 percent of Kansas City's defensive snaps.
Linebacker Reggie Ragland tallied 50 snaps (71 percent), leading the team with nine tackles (5.0 solo).
Linebacker Justin Houston played 68 defensive snaps (97 percent) on Saturday, tallying two tackles, a sack and a pass defensed.