Snap Counts: Which Chiefs Rookie Had a Career High in Snaps?

Here are the playtime percentages for the Chiefs against the Jaguars

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Offensive Notes:

Wide receiver Chris Conley led Chiefs skill position players in playing time for the first time all season with 51 offensive snaps (88 percent).

WR Jeremy Maclin, who left early in the game with a groin injury, only had 2 offensive snaps (3 percent). Albert Wilson saw more time in his place, taking 41 offensive snaps (71 percent).

In his return to the Chiefs, running back Knile Davis saw 10 offensive snaps (17 percent). Charcandrick West led running backs with 45 offensive snaps (78 percent).* *

Defensive Notes:

Four Chiefs were on the field for every defensive play on Sunday—cornerback Marcus Peters, linebacker Derrick Johnson and safeties Eric Berry and Ron Parker.

LB Dee Ford and CB Steve Nelson only missed one play, each tacking 76 defensive snaps (99 percent).

Rookie defensive lineman Chris Jones had the most defensive snaps of his career to date Sunday—44 (57 percent).

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