Here were the snap counts for the Chiefs:OffenseDefenseSpecial teams (only)Starters (offense): WR Tyreek Hill, LT Eric Youth Travis Kelce Jersey Fisher, LG Cam Erving, C Austin Reiter, RG Andrew Wylie, RT Mitch Schwartz, TE Travis Kelce, TE Demetrius Harris, WR Sammy Watkins, QB Patrick Mahomes Youth Mitch Morse Jersey , RB Kareem HuntStarters (defense): LDE Chris Jones, NT Derrick Nnadi, RDE Allen Bailey, LOLB Dee Ford, LILB Anthony Hitchens, RILB Reggie Ragland, ROLB Breeland Speaks, LCB Kendall Fuller, RCB Steven Nelson, S Jordan Lucas, S Ron ParkerActive Youth Kareem Hunt Jersey , but did not play: QB Chad Henne, C Jimmy MurrayInactive: S Eric Berry, RB Darrel Williams, LB Justin Houston, LB Nate Orchard, OL Mitch Morse, OL Kahlil McKenzie, DT Justin HamiltonTakeaways (in no particular order)When left guard Cam Erving (57 snaps) “dinged his shoulder,” Jeff Allen (one snap) was the first offensive lineman off the bench. 20 offensive snaps is the most time wide receiver Demarcus Robinson had on the field since last game against the Broncos, when he had 45 offensive snaps. Perhaps the Chiefs like the way Robinson matches up against Denver.After weeks of 16 and 22 offensive snaps, respectively Youth Justin Houston Jersey , running back Spencer Ware only saw nine plays on offense against the Denver Broncos.The two Chiefs iron men (100 percent of defensive snaps) on Sunday were safety Ron Parker and cornerback Steve Nelson.Safety Jordan Lucas started the game but only ended up with 24 defensive snaps (33 percent). Safety Eric Murray had 52 snaps (71 percent).Rookie linebacker Dorian O’ Daniel had a career-high 28 defensive snaps (38 percent) after being on the field for 24 last week. Rookie linebacker Ben Niemann was on the field for five defensive snaps due to the rib injury to Anthony Hitchens.Outside linebackers: Dee Ford had 68 defensive snaps (93 percent), Breeland Speaks had 65 defensive snaps (89 percent) and Tanoh Kpassagnon had only eight (11 percent).Those Chiefs with more than 20 or more special-teams snaps are (obviously) your most important special-teamers because they play on multiple units. They are: TE Demetrius Harris, FB Anthony Sherman, S Eric Murray, LB Dorian O’Daniel, CB Charvarius Ward and WR Marcus Kemp.Dee Ford, not Khalil Mack, leads NFL in pressures, says PFF Each week, Pro Football Focus shares some notes from the Kansas City Chiefs’ previous game as part of something it calls PFF Insights. The Chiefs are coming off of a big 30-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, one that featured a marquee matchup between Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill and Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey.Here were the final results of that matchup http://www.thechiefsfootballauthentic.com/dee-ford-jersey-authentic , per PFF:On the other side of the ball, PFF provided quite the attention-grabbing note on Chiefs outside linebacker Dee Ford.With Bears linebacker Khalil Mack on the bye week, Ford now takes the league lead in pressures. In case you’re wondering, Mack has 24 pressures through four games on the season. Ford is due to become an unrestricted free agent after this season.Other notes from PFF for Week 5Chiefs TE Travis Kelce has 295 receiving yards from the slot, the most among tight ends in the NFL.Breeland Speaks totaled seven pressures against the Jaguars (0 Sacks, 2 QB Hits and 5 QB Hurries.) Speaks played a career-high 56 defensive snaps after playing a combined 60 defensive snaps in the first four weeks combined
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