Tight end Travis Kelce logged 41 offensive snaps (75 percent) as he recorded his fourth-straight 100-yard receiving game. The fourth-year tight end is just the third tight end in the last 50 years to tally four straight 100-yard efforts, joining former Chief Tony Gonzalez (2000) and the Seattle Seahawks' Jimmy Graham (2011, 2013).
Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin returned to the field on Thursday after missing the past four weeks of action and led all Chiefs skill position players with 42 offensive snaps (76 percent).
Cornerback Terrance Mitchell recorded a career-high 72 snaps (96 percent). Mitchell came up big on the Chiefs final defensive snap of the game, forcing an incomplete pass on fourth down and all but sealing the victory for Kansas City.
Cornerback Marcus Peters and safety Eric Berry were on the field for all 75 defensive snaps (100 percent). Cornerback Steven Nelson played 74 snaps (99 percent). It was the eleventh time this season that Berry played every defensive snap.
Linebackers Justin Houston (68 snaps for 91 percent) and Dee Ford (66 snaps for 88 percent) were both on the field for 85 percent or more of the Chiefs defensive snaps in the same game for the first time this season.