KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- We'll start our look at seasonal playing time for all of the Kansas City Chiefs players with the defensive line.
Defensive snaps: 1,062
Dontari Poe 946 snaps, 89.1 percent
Allen Bailey 750 snaps, 70.6 percent
Jaye Howard 437 snaps, 41.1 percent
Vance Walker 229 snaps, 21.6 percent
Kevin Vickerson 168 snaps, 15.8 percent
Mike DeVito 26 snaps, .024 percent
Nick Williams, 1 snap, .001 percent
Poe, Howard and Walker were the only ones to play in all 16 games ... Poe played an uncommon amount for such a big man. Of course, few other 346-pound players inhabit the NFL, or otherwise have his ability. But he didn't play as well this season, perhaps because of his workload ... Howard filled in adequately for DeVito, who ruptured his Achilles tendon in the first game of the season. But DeVito was still missed. He would have made a difference in a consistently leaky run defense ... By the money, Walker was the Chiefs' big offseason free-agent signing. But he was mostly a backup. He started just two late-season games when Bailey was out with an injury. Those were the only two games in which he played at least half of the snaps. He had five games with six snaps or fewer.