Chiefs v. Texans AFC Divisonal Snap Counts

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Here’s a look at the snap counts from the Chiefs 51-31 victory over the Texans.

Here’s a look at the snap counts from the Chiefs 51-31 victory over the Texans.

Offense Snap Counts

PlayerPositionSnapsPercent
A. ReiterC64100%
E. FisherT64100%
M. SchwartzT64100%
S. WisniewskiG64100%
L. Duvernay-TardifG64100%
P. MahomesQB64100%
D. williamsRB6297%
T. HillWR6094%
S. WatkinsWR5688%
T. KelceTE4367%
D. RobinsonWR3758%
B. BellTE3047%
M. HardmanWR1117%
A. ShermanFB914%
B. PringleWR58%
D. YelderTE58%
D. ThompsonRB12%
L. McCoyRB12%

Defense Snap Counts

PlayerPositionSnapsPercent
D. SorensenFS80100%
C. WardCB80100%
B. BreelandCB80100%
T. MathieuSS80100%
K. FullerCB7391%
T. KpassagnonDE6784%
F. ClarkDE6075%
B. NiemannLB4455%
R. FentonCB4050%
D. WilsonLB3848%
T. SuggsLB3848%
D. HarrisLB3645%
A. HitchensLB3544%
D. NnadiDT3544%
R. RaglandLB3341%
K. SaundersDT1823%
M. PennelNT1316%
X. WilliamsDT1316%
D. O'DanielLB1215%
A. WattsSS45%

Special Teams Snap Counts

PlayerPositionSnapsPercent
D. SorensenFS2978%
B. NiemannLB2978%
D. O'DanielLB2978%
J. LucasSS2978%
A. ShermanFB2773%
B. PringleWR2362%
D. ThompsonRB1951%
R. FentonCB1951%
H. ButkerK1746%
B. BellTE1643%
M. HardmanWR1438%
D. YelderTE1335%
A. BrownCB1335%
D. ColquittPosition1232%
J. WinchesterLS1232%
C. WardCB1027%
A. ReiterC822%
E. FisherT822%
M. SchwartzT822%
S. WisniewskiG822%
L. Duvernay-TardifG822%
N. AllegrettiC822%
T. KpassagnonDE719%
A. HitchensLB616%
D. NnadiDT616%
M. PennelNT616%
X. WilliamsDT616%
A. WattsSS616%
D. RobinsonWR514%
D. WilsonLB411%
T. HillWR25%
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gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
01/13/2020 7:13 pm

80 – D SNAPS!!
F*CK – extreme BIG BOY CARDIO
49 – is replacement for 22

ANDY – THX U
For NOT forcing snaps to 25

Tyrone
01/13/2020 4:58 pm

I still find it crazy that Fuller is now almost exclusively playing as a deep safety. I did notice at least once (maybe more) that he played a snap at CB. It’s very impressive what Spags is doing with the DBs. They’re moving around all over the place, almost all playing interchangeably and probably confusing the offenses as to what they’re doing.

I remember when Sutton was here, people talking about him liking versatile players. I never saw this sort of versatility from his players, and that includes the ones that played under both coaches.

HawaiiFiveOh
HawaiiFiveOh
Reply to  Tyrone
01/13/2020 5:17 pm

I read somewhere that it’s because Spags treats the DBs like one unit.

Tyrone
Reply to  HawaiiFiveOh
01/13/2020 5:55 pm

He was seen often in training camp directly talking to and personally instructing players, which is more than was ever seen from Sutton.

upamtn
01/13/2020 10:43 am

once again it’s Daniel Sorensen Appreciation Week

RDD India
RDD India
Reply to  upamtn
01/13/2020 11:06 am

Dan is the new IRONMAN !! Way to go and shut up the naysayers!

zulu trader
zulu trader
01/13/2020 10:31 am

as always, seems like our “second string” does a great job in limited snaps. Ragland, K.Saunders, Mike Pennel and DOD. Heard all their names at some point yesterday. They were flying around out there.

NM_ChiefsFan
NM_ChiefsFan
01/13/2020 10:10 am

I feel like there is so much more to be learned that just raw snap counts. This just leads me to ask questions like: “what down and distance do players get in the game? does niemann play more in nickel? once Houston abandoned the run, did Hitch see the field?”

NM_ChiefsFan
NM_ChiefsFan
Reply to  NM_ChiefsFan
01/13/2020 10:11 am

Looking a bit more, it looks like once we went up by a couple scores, Pennel, Nnadi and Hitchens were done for the day…maybe?

Tarkus
Reply to  NM_ChiefsFan
01/13/2020 1:48 pm

Those guys are better in run defense, so that would make some sense.

John Doerty
John Doerty
01/13/2020 9:41 am

Dirty Dan with 100%. He was far from perfect, but dude made the plays that mattered the most. Feel bad for Shady, but I’m glad Reid isnt trying to force it for old times sake.

KCChef
KCChef
01/13/2020 9:34 am

Perfect ! … Now “Borrow ” a few snaps from X. Williams & KPass & Insert C.Jones & We’re “Golden” !!! … : )

blood
blood
01/13/2020 9:25 am

Niemann with more snaps than Hitch, woah.

Tarkus
01/13/2020 9:22 am

Wow, Damien with all but two snaps. Considering we didn’t run much, no need to share the load, I guess.

Maw423
Maw423
Reply to  Tarkus
01/13/2020 9:53 am

He looked GREAT taking it to JJ!!

irafreak
irafreak
01/13/2020 8:44 am

So shady did play. One snap. Interesting. Nice to see the online look solid in pass protection. Glad Wisniewski is starting.

Tarkus
Reply to  irafreak
01/13/2020 9:23 am

I like Shady, but given the way that game went, I was scared to death he was going to come in and give the ball away, and give them back the momentum.

Pass protection was outstanding most of the game.

irafreak
irafreak
Reply to  Tarkus
01/13/2020 10:24 am

We’ll always have the kelce lateral to shady…

Chickennpickles
Chickennpickles
Reply to  Tarkus
01/13/2020 10:47 am

I bet Andy was thinking right along those lines. A turnover by Shady would be just the thing to let the Texans back in the game & Andy wasn’t havin’ it yesterday..

starry1
Reply to  Chickennpickles
01/13/2020 1:53 pm

I really think Bienemy controlled more of the game than Andy. It’s just not like Andy to pour it on like that’. The no mercy once we were up was probably EB.

Tarkus
Reply to  starry1
01/13/2020 2:05 pm

I think it was more Watson and those weapons on the other side. Reid knew he couldn’t afford to let up. And the times they did try to run did absolutely nothing, whereas the passing offense was having their way.

I think the even bigger key was the execution. I’ve seen plenty of other games where Reid called plays down the field, but the execution was poor, and then fans say he took his foot off the gas.

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