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Chiefs snap counts vs. Rams: Offensive line gets plenty of work in preseason Week 2

The Kansas City Chiefs visited the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday night and we have the snap counts for the Chiefs to prove it. Here's how many snaps each player played - as counted by the NFL - along with some observations on each below. I have the snaps sorted by position.

(Chiefs Week 1 snap counts vs. Seahawks)


Position Player Snaps
C Mitch Morse 46
C Daniel Munyer 20
C Drew Nowak 17
FB Anthony Sherman 6
FB Trey Millard 1
G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif 46
G Zach Fulton 20
G Zach Sterup 20
G Jarrod Pughsley 19
G Jordan Devey 17
G Garrick Mayweather 17
G Parker Ehinger 46
OT Mitch Schwartz 46
OT Eric Fisher 46
OT Jah Reid 20
OT Reid Fragel 18
OT Curtis Feigt 17
QB Nick Foles 38
QB Alex Smith 28
QB Aaron Murray 17
RB Spencer Ware 42
RB Darrin Reaves 27
RB Knile Davis 18
TE Travis Kelce 42
TE Ross Travis 23
TE Demetrius Harris 13
TE James O'Shaughnessy 23
TE Brian Parker 12
WR Chris Conley 40
WR Jeremy Maclin 40
WR Albert Wilson 32
WR Tyreek Hill 20
WR De'Anthony Thomas 17
WR Demarcus Robinson 16
WR Frankie Hammond 15
WR Rod Streater 11
WR Mike Williams 9
WR DaRon Brown 8

  • Tyler Bray didn't play.
  • The first team offensive line had a pretty good sample size: 46 snaps. They blocked for Alex Smith and Nick Foles but had some issues with defensive line of the Rams, who are pretty good.
  • Chris Conley was the first one up opposite Jeremy Maclin and he had a solid game with three catches for 66 yards. I bet he's in that same spot next week too.
  • Charcandrick West was out so Spencer Ware (42), Darrin Reaves (27) and Knile Davis (18) got plenty of work.
  • Quarterbacks snaps: Alex Smith (28), Nick Foles (38), Aaron Murray (17).
  • Too many snaps for Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce if you ask me. Do they need 40-plus snaps at this point? I would've taken them out along with Alex Smith.
  • Trey Millard played one offensive snap before going down with a knee injury.


Position Player Snaps
CB DJ White 32
CB Steven Nelson 27
CB Marcus Coooper 25
CB Marcus Peters 25
CB Jamell Fleming 14
CB KeiVarae Russell 4
DE Allen Bailey 19
DE Jaye Howard 18
DE Chris Jones 17
DE Nick Williams 13
DE David King 13
DE Niko Davis 10
DE Jimmy Staten 17
LB Frank Zombo 26
LB Dee Ford 26
LB Dadi Nicolas 24
LB Derrick Johnson 22
LB Tyrell Adams 15
LB Ramik Wilson 15
LB Jonathan Massaquoi 13
LB Terrance Smith 13
LB Justin March 12
LB Andy Mulumba 12
LB DJ Alexander 6
NT Dontari Poe 23
S Eric Murray 35
S Ron Parker 26
S Johnson 19
S Daniel Sorensen 18
S Stevie Brown 10
S Shak Randolph 2

  • A few key defenders didn't play: Justin Houston, Tamba Hali, Eric Berry and Phillip Gaines.
  • Plenty of work for the Chiefs young defensive backs. DJ White and Eric Murray actually started the game. Steven Nelson led the defense in snaps last week.
  • Look how deep that defensive line is. The Chiefs are going to have to cut a good one there.
  • Stevie Brown only 10 snaps? KeiVarae Russell only four snaps? These are both guys I think the Chiefs could keep. Curious to see why they're so low this week.
  • DJ Alexander will make it on special teams but only six snaps here against the Rams.

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