Linebacker Tamba Hali played 23 snaps (34 percent) in his season debut on Sunday, recording one tackle.
Safety Ron Parker was on the field for all 67 defensive snaps, tallying four tackles and a pass defensed. The seventh-year defensive back has played every snap on defense for Kansas City this season, the only Chief to do so.
Linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis played a season-high 58 percent of Kansas City's defensive snaps on Sunday (39), recording a team-high six tackles (5.0 solo) and a tackle for loss. His five solo tackles were a career-high.
Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson tallied 56 offensive snaps (98 percent) on Sunday, the most of any Chiefs skill position player. He hauled in two catches for 18 yards.
Tight end Travis Kelce recorded 54 snaps (95 percent), catching seven passes for 73 yards and a touchdown. It was his fifth score of the season, matching a single-season career-high (2014, '15).
Offensive guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif started and played every snap on Sunday after missing the past four games with a knee injury.