Snap Counts: Poe Makes the Most of His One Offensive Snap

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs against the Broncos

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Offensive Notes

Tight end Travis Kelce tallied 70 snaps (92 percent) on his way to his best game as a professional. The fourth-year tight end had 11 receptions for 160 yards – both career highs – and a touchdown in Sunday night's win over the Denver Broncos. Kelce has played 70-plus snaps three times this season, the most of any Chiefs skill position player.

Defensive tackle Dontari Poe logged one offensive snap (1 percent), his third of the season and the eighth of his career on Sunday night, when he became the heaviest player ever to throw a touchdown. Poe has touched the ball on offense three times in his career – twice this season – and scored every time (one pass and two rushes).  

Tight end Demetrius Harris played a career-high 50 snaps (66 percent) in the best game of his career. Harris set career highs with six catches and 37 yards receiving while also catching Poe's touchdown.

Offensive tackle Bryan Witzmann recorded his first offensive snap of the season (one percent) when he came in to block for Poe's touchdown pass.* *

Defensive Notes

Cornerback Marcus Peters and safety Eric Berry both played all 60 defensive snaps (100 percent) on the evening.

Linebacker Terrance Smith, who made his first-career start on Sunday night, logged 10 snaps (17 percent). 

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