Cornerback Marcus Peters was on the field for all 57 defensive snaps on Sunday, recording two tackles, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a pass defensed. In his last two games, the third-year corner has caused five total turnovers.
Linebacker Justin Houston also played every defensive snap for the fourth time this season and for the first time since Week 6, registering two tackles (1.0 solo).
Safeties Ron Parker (4 tackles) and Daniel Sorensen (4 tackles) and cornerback Steven Nelson (5 tackles) made up the rest of the group that played every snap for Kansas City on defense. It marked the 15th time in 16 games that Parker played every single defensive snap this season. The veteran defensive back recorded a forced fumble in the game.
Wide receiver Tyreek Hill played 70 offensive snaps (84 percent) on Sunday, hauling in a team-high six catches for 109 yards. That included a 52-yard grab early in the second quarter, marking the second-year wide out's sixth catch of over 50 yards this season.
Tight end Travis Kelce was on the field for 87 percent of Kansas City's snaps (72), catching four passes for 47 yards and a touchdown. Kelce surpassed the 1,000-yard mark on the year in the contest, doing so for a second-consecutive season.
Tailback Kareem Hunt tallied 58 snaps (70 percent), rushing for 91 yards and a score.