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Snap Counts: Tyreek Hill Makes the Most of 42 Snaps in Career Game

A look at the playtime percentages for the Chiefs against the Jets


Offensive Notes

Wide receiver Tyreek Hill played 42 offensive snaps (91 percent), hauling in six catches for a career-high 185 yards and two touchdowns. It marked Hill's first-career game with multiple touchdown catches, and his 185 yards through the air were the most by a Chief since Jamaal Charles on Dec. 15, 2013.

Offensive lineman Bryan Witzmann played 29 snaps (63 percent) at guard on Sunday after starting center Mitch Morse suffered a foot injury in the second quarter. Starting guard Zach Fulton took over at center, moving Witzmann into Fulton's positon.  

Tight end Orson Charles played three snaps on offense (three percent) and 18 snaps on special teams (56 percent) in his season debut. Charles was elevated to the active roster from the practice squad last week.

Defensive Notes

Safety Ron Parker was the only Chief to play all 91 defensive snaps on Sunday, recording three solo tackles.

Cornerback Darrell Revis was on the field for 36 snaps (40 percent), notching five tackles (4.0 solo) in his season debut.  

Rookie linebacker Tanoh Kpassagnon played a season-high 28 defensive snaps (31 percent), tallying one tackle.

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