Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals defensive snap distribution during the team's 28-6 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
The Cincinnati Bengals defense held the Kansas City Chiefs to 284 yards of total offense and six points during Sunday's 28-6 win. Here are a few observations from the team's defensive snap count.
- Carlos Dunlap led the entire defensive front with 49 defensive snaps on Sunday.
- Dan Skuta didn't have a single snap, but the Bengals primarily played a five-DB formation -- otherwise known as nickel.
- Rookie cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick played 26 snaps on defense.
|Michael Johnson||Robert Geathers||Carlos Dunlap||Wallace Gilberry|
|Domata Peko||Geno Atkins||Pat Sims||Devon Still||Brandon Thompson|
|Rey Maualuga||Vontaze Burfict||Manny Lawson||Dan Skuta||Emmanuel Lamur||Vinnie Rey|
|Leon Hall||Nate Clements||Terence Newman||Adam Jones||Jason Allen||Dre Kirkpatrick|
|Reggie Nelson||Chris Crocker||Taylor Mays||Jeromy Miles|
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