Chiefs playing-time analysis: Tight end

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- We’ll continue our series looking at the Kansas City Chiefs' playing time with the tight ends.

Offensive snaps: 962

Anthony Fasano: 638 snaps, 66.3 percent

Travis Kelce: 634 snaps, 65.9 percent

Demetrius Harris: 59 snaps, 6.1 percent

Richard Gordon: 17 snaps, 1.8 percent

Phillip Supernaw: 17 snaps, 1.8 percent

Fasano played four more snaps than Kelce even though Fasano missed one game and was limited in six others at the end of the season because of a sore knee . . . Even though Harris didn’t play a lot in the first eight games before breaking his foot, the Chiefs were effective with him in their lineup. He played mostly at the same time as Fasano and Kelce, giving the Chiefs a versatile three-tight end offensive formation. The Chiefs averaged 25 points per game before he was injured and 19 points afterward.