Snap Counts: Chris Conley Played More Than 90 Percent of Snaps Sunday Night

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs against the Steelers


Offensive Notes:

Running back Jamaal Charles saw 10 snaps (13 percent) in his return to the lineup.

Three Chiefs skill position players—wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (72 snaps, 96 percent), tight end Travis Kelce (71 snaps, 95 percent) and WR Chris Conley (70 snaps, 93 percent)—all took more than 90 percent of offensive snaps in Sunday night's game.

Zach Fulton filled in at left guard (75 snaps, 100 percent) for usual starter Parker Ehinger, who was listed on the injury report with concussion-like symptoms ahead of the game.* *

Defensive Notes:

Two defensive players—safety Ron Parker and cornerback Marcus Peters—were on the field for every play (59) Sunday night.

In the absence of cornerback Phillip Gaines, who was inactive, Steve Nelson played 53 snaps (90 percent) and rookie DJ White played 29 snaps (49 percent).

Linebacker Tamba Hali was only on the field for 20 snaps (34 percent). Dee Ford led the outside linebackers with 41 snaps (69 percent).

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