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Chiefs snap counts: Travis Kelce plays more than Anthony Fasano, Jason Avant more than Donnie Avery

The snap counts from the Chiefs and Broncos game. The Kansas City Chiefs tight end who didn't play a lot but made an amazing catch is ... Anthony Fasano! We're used to saying that's Travis Kelce but Kelce played a lot of snaps in this game -- 37 to be exact. Fasano played just 17 snaps. Fasano was questionable entering the game with an injury so that could have played a role in why Kelce played so much more. It's nice though to see Kelce continue to have a larger role in the Chiefs offense. New Chiefs WR Jason Avant led all Chiefs receivers with two catches for 30 yards in Sunday night's...

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