Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson played all but one offensive snap on Thursday night (61), leading all skill position players, and caught five passes for 69 yards. The second-year receiver had four career receptions entering last night's game.
Running back Kareem Hunt tallied 45 snaps (73 percent), racking up 117 yards of offense and building on his own record with a seventh-straight game of 100 or more yards from scrimmage to begin his career. Hunt is also just the second player to ever amass 1,000 yards from scrimmage in their first seven career games, joining Eric Dickerson (1983).
Wide receiver Tyreek Hill recorded 40 snaps (65 percent), tallying six catches for 125 yards and a touchdown. It was Hill's second 100-yard receiving game of his career.
Wide receiver Albert Wilson played 33 offensive snaps (53 percent) in his return to the field after missing last week's game with a knee injury, hauling in a 63-yard touchdown reception. The catch was the longest of Wilson's career, and Kansas City's seventh offensive score of 50 yards or more on the season.
Running back C.J. Spiller played 12 snaps (19 percent) in his first game as a Chief. The veteran tailback rushed twice for no gain.
Safety Ron Parker played all 82 defensive snaps on Thursday, notching five tackles (4.0 solo). Parker is the only Chief to play every defensive snap so far this season.
Cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Terrance Mitchell also played all 82 snaps on defense. Peters tallied two tackles while Mitchell recorded seven (6.0 solo) and a pass defensed.
Safety Daniel Sorensen was on the field for all but two defensive snaps, totaling a team-leading nine tackles (6.0 solo), two tackles for loss and a pass defensed.