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Snap Counts: Steven Nelson Plays Every Snap and Fills Up the Stat Sheet in Win

Here’s a look at the playtime percentages from Sunday’s win over the Raiders


Defensive Notes Cornerbacks Steven Nelson and Terrance Mitchell each played all 61 defensive snaps on Sunday. Nelson recorded four tackles (3.0 solo), a tackle for loss, a pass defensed and a forced fumble. Mitchell notched four tackles, three passes defensed and an interception.

Safeties Daniel Sorensen and Ron Parker also played every defensive snap for Kansas City. Sorensen recorded two tackles while Parker had four. Parker has been on the field for every defensive snap this season.

Cornerback Darrelle Revis played 56 defensive snaps (92 percent), tallying a pass defensed. According to Pro Football Focus, Revis allowed just one catch (8 yards) on seven attempts in his direction.

Linebacker Tamba Hali recorded a season-high 30 snaps (49 percent) on Sunday, notching a quarterback hit.

Safety Steven Terrell was on the field for 38 snaps (62 percent), recording a tackle, an interception and three passes defensed. The pick marked the first of his career, and his three passes defensed were more than he had in his first 41 games combined.

Offensive Notes

Wide receiver Albert Wilson played 66 offensive snaps (88 percent) on Sunday, catching five passes for a season-high 72 yards.

Running back Kareem Hunt was on the field for 51 on Kansas City's snaps (68 percent), picking up 116 yards and a touchdown on the ground while catching three passes for 22 yards. Hunt surpassed 1,000 yards rushing on the season during the game, joining the late Joe Delaney as the only Chiefs' rookies ever to do so.

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