Chiefs v. Bears Snap Counts

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Here’s a look at the snap counts from the Chiefs 26-3 victory over the Bears.

Here’s a look at the snap counts from the Chiefs 26-3 victory over the Bears.

Offense Snap Counts

PlayerPositionSnapsPercent
S. WisniewskiG66100%
M. SchwartzT66100%
A. ReiterC66100%
LDTG66100%
E. FisherT66100%
P. MahomesQB6598%
T. KelceTE6192%
T. HillWR5989%
S. WatkinsWR5177%
D. RobinsonWR3553%
D. WilliamsRB3553%
B. BellTE2639%
S. WareRB2436%
M. HardmanWR2335%
D. ThompsonRB69%
A. ShermanFB46%
B. PringleWR46%
N. AllegrettiC23%
M. MooreQB12%

Defense Snap Counts

PlayerPositionSnapsPercent
C. WardCB63100%
K. FullerCB5790%
T. KpassagnonDE5689%
D. SorensenFS5486%
T. MathieuSS5486%
J. ThornhillFS5486%
B. BreelandCB5486%
F. ClarkDE4368%
C. JonesDT4267%
A. HitchensLB3759%
D. NnadiDT2743%
B. NiemannLB2641%
D. HarrisLB2133%
K. SaundersDT1829%
T. SuggsLB1727%
M. PennelNT1422%
R. RaglandLB1219%
A. WattsSS1117%
J. LucasSS914%
D. LeeLB914%
A. BrownCB914%
D. WilsonLB610%

Special Teams Snap Counts

PlayerPositionSnapsPercent
S. WisniewskiG525%
M. SchwartzT525%
A. ReiterC525%
LDTG525%
E. FisherT525%
D. RobinsonWR315%
B. BellTE1050%
S. WareRB210%
M. HardmanWR525%
D. ThompsonRB630%
A. ShermanFB1890%
B. PringleWR1470%
N. AllegrettiC525%
C. WardCB420%
T. KpassagnonDE210%
D. SorensenDFS1575%
C. JonesDT15%
A. HitchensLB15%
D. NnadiDT15%
B. NiemannLB1575%
D. HarrisLB15%
A. WattsSS1365%
J. LucasSS1575%
D. LeeLB1470%
A. BrownCB840%
D. O'DanielLB1575%
H. ButkerK1155%
D. ColquittP840%
J. WinchesterLS840%
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KCChef
KCChef
12/23/2019 1:37 pm

Taking MVPat out for the “Kneel Down” was Idiotic IMHO …If you’re gonna keep him in Up 23 Points in the 4th Qtr ( WHY ?!!! ) , Then Let The Man Drive the Stake Through Their Heart …

MasterChief
MasterChief
Reply to  KCChef
12/23/2019 3:07 pm

Protect his knee?

Spider
Spider
Reply to  KCChef
12/23/2019 8:17 pm

Having the backup do it was the correct move.

ChiefOfTheWolfpack
ChiefOfTheWolfpack
12/23/2019 11:02 am

No surprise Suggs wasn’t very involved. He’s very old and needs his workload managed plus he just got here and Spags runs a complex scheme so even with his smarts and familiarity it will take a game or two to get all the wrinkles down.

Still, he looked very impressive in his limited work. This defensive line was already a force to be reckoned with and now you casually add a seasoned veteran with just enough juice left for one last ride. This season feels special.

Tarkus
12/23/2019 10:40 am

Glad to see Fuller back healthy. He hasn’t been great, but we need the depth.

4thQtrMagic
12/23/2019 10:33 am

I wondered why Irving was not at LG last night. He seemed adequate at the position last year. Not so much at LT. The run (and well pass) blocking could use improvement. I know at this point it is what it is.

Damien Williams looks like the best RB we have. 4.1 yds a carry last night. His burst and power are clearly tops. Resting McCoy for the playoffs is some kind of a joke. Shady has some shake left but not much bake.

John Doerty
John Doerty
Reply to  4thQtrMagic
12/23/2019 11:28 am

Erving is the swing tackle. I think they dont want to risk an injury at G since there is no other T.

4thQtrMagic
Reply to  John Doerty
12/23/2019 1:56 pm

I would say you play your top 5. Makes no sense holding troops in reserve if they can contribute now.

CHIEFSandSABRES
CHIEFSandSABRES
12/23/2019 10:15 am

100% happy that C. Ward continues to get 100% of the snaps. Dude has earned them along with an extension of some sorts. He can line up behind CJ95 and sign a new contract with the same pen.

Tyrone
Reply to  CHIEFSandSABRES
12/23/2019 2:29 pm

I doubted him early in the season when he made a few plays where it seemed like he just didn’t have the football instincts. Haven’t seen anything to doubt his instincts lately though. He’s been excellent.

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