Isiah Pacheco leads RBs in Week 10

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-17 in Week 10, despite failing to keep possession of the ball.

This week saw nearly an equal portion of offensive (63) and defensive (64) snaps, which meant a much less taxing game for the team. A week ago, they played 100 total offensive snaps in the overtime win over the Tennessee Titans.

What else can we learn from the weekly snapshot numbers? Here’s a look at how snaps fell in week 10:

*Snap account via NFL Game Statistics and Information System

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  • Isiah Pacheco has been the team’s starting running back in each of the last three games, but this was the first week he led the team in the blink of an eye in that position. Jerick McKinnon saw the second most snaps, while Clyde Edwards-Helaire saw a career low of just four snaps on offense.

  • Marquez Valdes-Scantling led receivers in clicks this week with Justin Watson right behind him. Skyy Moore had the fewest snaps among receivers with 16.

  • Kadarius Toney has seen his offensive snaps increase from 9 last week to 28 this week. That’s a pretty big jump in just two weeks.

  • Prince Tega Wanogho played 38 snaps at right tackle after Andrew Wylie was out with injury.

  • L’Jarius Sneed, Nick Bolton, Juan Thornhill and Justin Reid have never left the field for defense. Trent McDuffie was a snap away from playing 100% snaps for Kansas City in just his second game.

  • Joshua Williams officially sees more playing time than Jaylen Watson. Andy Reid mentioned after Week 9 that he intended to rotate them against Trent McDuffie in a peloton situation, but Williams saw more shots this week.

  • Khalen Saunders saw a slight increase in snaps in Week 10 and recorded a sack for the second game in a row.

  • Geron Christian, Chris Lammons, Jack Cochrane, Deon Bush and Ugo Amadi saw special teams-only snaps on Sunday. Leo Chenal led the team with 22 special teams snaps.

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