Linebacker Reggie Ragland played 42 snaps (60 percent) on Sunday, leading Kansas City with nine tackles (8.0 solo) and three tackles for loss. The second-year linebacker has seen an uptick in playing time over the past two games and has made the most of it, tallying 18 tackles (16 solo) and four tackles for loss in that span.
Defensive backs Daniel Sorensen (7.0 tackles), Steven Nelson (5.0 tackles), Marcus Peters (6.0 tackles) and Ron Parker (3.0 tackles) each played all 70 defensive snaps on Sunday. Sorensen recorded a sack on the afternoon, establishing a career-high with 1.5 on the season. Parker has played every defensive snap for Kansas City this season – the only Chief to do so.
Linebacker Tanoh Kpassagnon played a season-high 14 snaps (20 percent) against Buffalo.
Cornerback Terrance Mitchell played 39 defensive snaps (56 percent), recording a solo tackle and two passes defensed.
Wide receiver Tyreek Hill played 48 snaps (83 percent), catching seven passes for 41 yards. The seven catches matched a season-high.
Tight end Travis Kelce played all but two offensive snaps (56) against the Bills, hauling in three catches for 39 yards.