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Alex Smith is extra tricky today! With one minute left in the 2nd quarter, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith faked a hand off to NO ONE and then proceeded to scramble for 5-yards and a touchdown. I am not sure if Smith just missed the running back or planned to fake the hand off like that.
Either way, the Chiefs scored and went on to take 14-10 lead into half-time.
Check out Smith’s tricky play below:
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