Tight end Travis Kelce led all skill position players with 62 snaps (95 percent). Fellow TE Demetrius Harris took 30 offensive snaps (46 percent) and scored his first career touchdown on Sunday.
Wide receivers Jeremy Maclin and Albert Wilson garnered the same number of offensive snaps, 49 (75 percent). Despite missing a game earlier this season, Maclin broke the record for receptions by a Chiefs WR in a single season on Sunday.
Running back Spencer Ware played in 29 snaps (45 percent), the most since injuring his ribs three weeks ago. Ware scored his 6th touchdown of the season and ran for 76 yards Sunday.
Five Chiefs defenders were on the field for the entire game (57 snaps, 100 percent). They were: safety Eric Berry, linebacker Derrick Johnson, S Ron Parker, cornerback Marcus Peters and CB Sean Smith.
With LB Justin Houston out for his fifth game in a row, Dee Ford had 51 snaps (89 percent) and Frank Zombo had 34 snaps (60 percent). Tamba Hali was limited with just 14 snaps (25 percent).
The Chiefs defensive line continued to rotate late in the season, as no member of the line garnered more than 63 percent of the snaps (NT Dontari Poe).