Snap Counts: How Many Plays was Each Chiefs Quarterback on the Field For?

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs against the Colts

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Offensive Notes:

Alex Smith had to leave the game twice Sunday. Here's the final snap split between Smith and backup Nick Foles: Smith played in 29 offensive snaps (39 percent), while Foles played in 45 offensive snaps (61 percent).

Tight end Travis Kelce was the only Chiefs skill position player to finish with more than 90 percent of snaps (67 for 91 percent). He led the Chiefs with seven catches for 101 yards and a touchdown.

Wide receiver Tyreek Hill had a career high in offensive snaps with 21 (28 percent).* *

Defensive Notes:

Five Chiefs players—cornerbacks Steve Nelson and Marcus Peters, linebacker Derrick Johnson and safeties Eric Berry and Ron Parker—were on the field for all 66 Chiefs defensive plays (100 percent) Sunday.

LB Dee Ford was on the field for 62 snaps (94 percent). Tamba Hali was on for 44 (67 percent) and Frank Zombo was on the field for 16 (24 percent).

CB Phillip Gaines, who returned to the lineup this week, saw 54 snaps (82 percent).

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