Tight end Travis Kelce led all skill-position players in snaps with 61 (95 percent). He was the only offensive player with more than 90 percent of the snaps.
With Jeremy Maclin out with a groin injury, the wide receiver snap breakdown was as follows: Chris Conley, 54 (84 percent); Albert Wilson, 46 (72 percent); Tyreek Hill, 39 (61 percent); De'Anthony Thomas, 8 (12 percent).
The Chiefs used an extra offensive lineman—Jah Reid—twice in the game.
Three Chiefs defensive players—safeties Eric Berry and Ron Parker and linebacker Dee Ford—were on the field for 100 percent of the snaps (73).
With Jaye Howard out, rookie Chris Jones had 46 defensive snaps (63 percent) and Kendall Reyes had 35 defensive snaps (48 percent).
Defensive tackle Rakeem Nunez-Roches saw 32 defensive snaps (44 percent) in his first career start. Cornerback Kenneth Acker was on the field for 27 defensive snaps (37 percent).