Wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who had the first touchdown of the year for the Chiefs in his NFL debut, was out there for 10 offensive snaps (14 percent).
WR Jeremy Maclin led all skill position players with 65 offensive snaps (92 percent), even despite temporarily being in concussion protocol late in the game.
Running backs Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West had an even number of snaps—34 (48 percent). Ware led the Chiefs in both yards rushing (70) and yards receiving (129) on the day.
Only two Chiefs played every defensive snap—linebacker Derrick Johnson and Eric Berry.
LB Tamba Hali was in fact limited, taking 42 defensive snaps (58 percent). Dee Ford took on 54 plays (74 percent).
The defensive line rotation broke down as follows: Dontari Poe: 55 snaps (75 percent), Allen Bailey: 52 snaps (71 percent), Jaye Howard: 48 snaps (66 percent), Chris Jones: 12 snaps (16 percent) and Nick Williams: 8 snaps (11 percent).