With Jeremy Maclin unable to go, wide receiver Chris Conley once again led all Chiefs skill position players in offensive snaps—taking 42 for 86 percent. Conley led receivers in offensive snaps for the fifth time this year.
Tight end Travis Kelce saw 80 offensive snaps (39 percent) in a career game. His 140 yards receiving was the most yards he's had in any game, regular season or playoffs, in his four-year career.
The Chiefs brought an additional offensive lineman—Jah Reid—for a heavy set six times on Sunday.
Four Chiefs—cornerback Marcus Peters, linebacker Derrick Johnson and safeties Eric Berry and Ron Parker—were on the field for all 74 defensive snaps (100 percent). CB Steve Nelson took 73 snaps (99 percent).
Despite not practicing all last week, Dontari Poe led all defensive linemen in snaps with 48 (65 percent).
The Chiefs had a number of fresh faces in the defensive lineup, likely thanks to a combination of injury and the impending game four days from now. CB Terrance Mitchell had 36 (49 percent), DL Kendall Reyes had 20 (27 percent), DL T.J. Barnes had 18 (24 percent) and DL Jarvis Jenkins had 17 (23 percent).