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WATCH: Kansas City Chiefs QB Aaron Murray Throws Beautiful Touchdown Pass To Fred Williams

Barring an injury to Alex Smith, Aaron Murray will probably have to leave Kansas City for another team if he wants to get a chance to play. The Chiefs have committed to Smith for the next four years so unless he get hurt or starts to play horribly Murray is going to have fun in the preseason and enjoy watching the game in the regular season.Should he go when his rookie contract is...
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Smith sharp as Chiefs rout Titans 34-10 in preseason game

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Alex Smith threw for 171 yards and two touchdowns in less than a half, and the Kansas City Chiefs' offense looked the sharpest it has all preseason in a weather-shortened 34-10 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Friday night. The game was called with 3 minutes, 50 seconds remaining after thunder rumbled and lightning streaked across the sky. Heavy rains had...
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WATCH: Alex Smith Hits Travis Kelce With The 8-Yard Touchdown Pass

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is the kind of tight end every quarterback likes to have. He's a big enough guy that eh can go across the middle, catch the ball in traffic, and not cry later about getting set up by his QB to get laid out by  a linebacker. He's a great possession receiver and he has the kind of speed that can make a short reception turn in to a big play...
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Michael Bennett fined for hit on Chiefs Alex Smith

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett may not be the biggest fan in the world of how quarterbacks react to when they get hit, but that didn’t stop the NFL from handing him a hefty fine for his hit on Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith during the Seahawks 14-13 victory over the Chiefs last week. Bennett was fined $17,363 for the hit, which drew a roughing the passer...
Via EndZoneScore
1 day ago  |  Discuss

QB Alex Smith says Chiefs’ offense will go deep early and often this season

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has been a game manager who hasn't looked deep to often since joining the team, but the addition of Jeremy Maclin and a new emphasis on offense to throw deeper routes, has the signal caller ready to let it fly.  "Absolutely. I think two things: For one, the deep ball for sure is something that gets a lot of attention," Smith said, via...
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VIDEO: Kansas City Chiefs Break Streak, Throw Touchdown To Wide Receiver

It was over 19 months ago that the Kansas City Chiefs did something that we take for granted when watching football. It was almost 600 days ago that the team … wait for it … completed a touchdown pass to a wide receiver! After a season of ridicule for not being able to do something so simple, the Chiefs have finally broken that streak and remembered what it was like to actually...
Via Gamedayr
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Chiefs QB Alex Smith really throw the ball deep in 2015?

Is this the year Alex Smith finally shrugs off his short-passing tendencies and takes shots down the field? The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback has long been allergic to distributing the football to his receivers and has been the worst in the league at connecting on deep passes for years now. Scott Kacsmar of Football Outsiders—one of the best stat men in the business—has documented...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Alex Smith isn’t going to improve in 2015

It’s safe to say that Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid have made an effort to give quarterback Alex Smith the playmakers he needs to be successful. Dorsey replaced drafted tight end Travis Kelce and replaced wide receiver Dwayne Bowe with Jeremy Maclin, two of many moves to try to find the right fits for his quarterback. Despite the additions...
Via The Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Alex Smith will Need to Bolster Kansas City Chiefs’ Offense Heading into First Preseason Game

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith, right, looks to pass during NFL football training camp Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015, in St. Joseph, Mo. (Andrew Carpenean/The St. Joseph News-Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT The Kansas Chiefs will be hoping to improve their passing offense in the upcoming season in hopes of returning to the playoffs after missing out on the postseason last year...
Via The Sports Journal
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Five of the funniest / meanest memes about Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith

Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith has certainly been in the spotlight for many years. From being the No. 1 pick, to getting benched for the trendy Colin Kaepernick, to signing with the Chiefs — he’s stayed in the headlines. And for whatever reason people love to have fun at Smith’s expense. Granted, most of this happened when he was in San Francisco, but even in KC something...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

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