Quarterback: Chase Daniel 36, Aaron Murray 31. Daniel played the first half, Murray the second. Each completed a high percentage of his passes but big plays were absent. The longest play of the night was 16 yards and the Chiefs gained just 203 yards on their 27 completions.
Running back: Spencer Ware 45, Darrin Reaves 39. Did not play: Jamaal Charles, Knile Davis, Charcandrick West, Anthony Sherman. Ware and Reaves took advantage of their playing time. They each scored a touchdown and combined to rush for 85 yards and catch 13 passes, though for just 79 yards. Davis got in two plays on special teams.
Wide receiver: Fred Williams 40, Chris Conley 36, Frankie Hammond Jr. 31, Da’Ron Brown 26, Donatella Luckett 26. Did not play: Jeremy Maclin, Albert Wilson, Jason Avant, De’Anthony Thomas. Conley and Brown were the productive ones, each catching three passes. Conley scored the first touchdown on his NFL career.
Offensive line: Daniel Munyer 67, Derek Sherrod 67, Jarrod Pughsley 67, Paul Fanaika 36, Zach Fulton 36, Eric Kush 31, Garrett Frye 31. Did not play: Eric Fisher, Ben Grubbs, Jeff Allen, Donald Stephenson, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Mitch Morse. Munyer, Sherrod and Pughsley played every snap. Fanaika and Fulton played the first half, Kush and Frye the second half.
Defensive line: Mike Catapano 55, Nick Williams 48, David Irving 28, Hebron Fangupo 27, Rakeem Nunez-Roches 10. Did not play: Allen Bailey, Dontari Poe, Jaye Howard, Mike DeVito. Catapano played more snaps than all but one defensive player.
Linebacker: Frank Zombo 51, Dezman Moses 48, James-Michael Johnson 42, Ja’Gared Davis 34, Ramik Wilson 31, Dee Ford 31, D.J. Alexander 20. Did not play: Tamba Hali, Justin Houston, Derrick Johnson, Josh Mauga, Josh Martin. Martin was in for seven plays on special teams and received a concussion on a kickoff.
Defensive back: Steven Nelson 60, Kelcie McCray 52, Daniel Sorensen 50, Marcus Cooper 49, Tyvon Branch 31, Kevin Short 26, Deji Olatoye 22. Did not play: Sean Smith, Marcus Peters, Jamell Fleming, Phillip Gaines, Husain Abdullah, Ron Parker, Eric Berry, Sanders Commings. Nelson, a third-round draft pick, played more snaps than any other defensive player.