Snap Counts: How Much Time Did Dee Ford See in Houston's Absence?

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs on Sunday in Oakland

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Offensive Notes:

When left guard Jeff Allen injured his ankle after just 7 snaps (14 percent), Donald Stephenson went into the game in his place, recording 44 snaps for 86 percent of snaps.

Both tight end Travis Kelce (48, 94 percent) and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (46, 90 percent) were in the game for more than 90 percent of the Chiefs offensive snaps. Maclin had 2 touchdowns for the Chiefs.

In his return to the lineup, running back Charcandrick West played in 34 snaps (67 percent). RB Spencer Ware took 17 snaps (33 percent). Ware recorded his 5th touchdown rushing of the season in the win.

Defensive Notes:

Three Chiefs played in 100 percent of the team's snap on defense (79): safety Eric Berry, linebacker Derrick Johnson and S Ron Parker.

With LB Justin Houston out with injury, Dee Ford played in 75 snaps (95 percent) and Tamba Hali played in 74 snaps (94 percent).

With Husain Abdullah out with an injury, Tyvon Branch played in 64 snaps (81 percent) and Daniel Sorensen played in 39 snaps (49 percent). It was the most snaps recorded for each player in a game this season. Branch had an interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.

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