Tight end Travis Kelce tallied 71 snaps (93 percent) on Monday night, hauling in a team-leading seven catches for 111 yards and a touchdown. It was Kelce's eighth game with 100-plus yards receiving since the beginning of last season, tied with Julio Jones for the most in the NFL.
Wide receiver Albert Wilson recorded 43 offensive snaps (57 percent) in what was his most productive game of the season. Wilson caught four passes for 63 yards, including a 37-yard grab with 42 seconds remaining in the game that helped set up kicker Harrison Butker's game-winning field goal.
Wide receiver Chris Conley played 71 snaps (93 percent), leading all receivers. Conley had two catches for 31 yards, and both immediately set up scores. The third-year receiver caught a 21-yard pass in the closing minutes of the first half that set up a touchdown, and his 10-yard reception in the final seconds of the game set up Butker's game-winner.
Offensive guard Jordan Devey played 74 offensive snaps (97 percent) after starting guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif left with a knee injury.
Linebacker Frank Zombo played 47 defensive snaps (94 percent), tallying five tackles (3.0 solo). It marked his highest percentage of snaps played this season. Zombo's most crucial tackle was in the first half, when he stopped Redskins' quarterback Kirk Cousins on third down near the goal line, forcing a field goal.
Safety Ron Parker played every defensive snap (50) for a fourth-straight game, recording three tackles. Parker is the only Chief to play every snap on defense this season.
In addition to Parker, defensive backs Daniel Sorensen and Marcus Peters and linebackers Derrick Johnson and Justin Houston each played every defensive snap on Monday night.
Linebacker Reggie Ragland made his regular season debut, playing 21 snaps (42 percent). He recorded one total tackle in the contest.