Snap Counts: How Much Time Did Justin Houston See in His Return?

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs against the Bucs

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Offensive Notes:

With Jeremy Maclin sidelined for the second straight game, the wide receiver snap breakdown was as follows: Chris Conley—51 (96 percent); Albert Wilson—40 (75 percent); Tyreek Hill—36 (68 percent); De'Anthony Thomas—3 (6 percent)

Tight end Travis Kelce, who had a season-high 108 yards receiving, was on the field for 44 offensive snaps (83 percent).

Spencer Ware came on for 41 offensive snaps (77 percent) at running back. Charcandrick West had 10 (19 percent) and Knile Davis had 2 (4 percent).* *

Defensive Notes:

Three Chiefs—cornerback Steve Nelson, linebacker Derrick Johnson and safety Ron Parker—were on the field for 100 percent of Chiefs defensive plays Sunday.

In his return to the lineup, linebacker Justin Houston played in 55 defensive snaps (71 percent).

CB Kenneth Acker saw an expanded role—74 defensive snaps (96 percent)—in the absence of Marcus Peters.

Defensive tackle Jarvis Jenkins was on the field for 14 defensive snaps (18 percent) in his Chiefs debut.

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