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Cincinnati Bengals Week 11 Defensive Snap Count Against Kansas City Chiefs

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Breaking down the Cincinnati Bengals defensive snap distribution during the team's 28-6 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

Peter Aiken

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.

DEFENSIVE END

Michael Johnson Robert Geathers Carlos Dunlap Wallace Gilberry
47 34 49 28
77% 56% 80% 46%

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Domata Peko Geno Atkins Pat Sims Devon Still Brandon Thompson
30 46 12 DNP DNP
49% 75% 20%

LINEBACKERS

Rey Maualuga Vontaze Burfict Manny Lawson Dan Skuta Emmanuel Lamur Vinnie Rey
54 56 17 0 5 5
89% 92% 28% 0% 8% 8%

CORNERBACKS

Leon Hall Nate Clements Terence Newman Adam Jones Jason Allen Dre Kirkpatrick
55 43 32 48 DNP 26
90% 70% 52% 79% 43%

SAFETIES

Reggie Nelson Chris Crocker Taylor Mays Jeromy Miles
DNP 56 23 5
92% 38% 8%

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