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QB Alex Smith says Chiefs' offense 'went into a shell' after Charles injury

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith was already under the gun for his conservative play, but after running back Jamaal Charles knee injury, the offense went ice cold. “You know, from there, production quit. I don’t know if that [Charles' injury] was it or what. Offensively, we went into a shell there for a little while and just didn’t get anything done. Had some decent...
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Alex Smith on inability to score against Bengals: 'They disguise well and all of the sudden at the snap, they've got guys coming'

Kansas City Chiefs quarter back Alex Smith can feel the heat after another loss and his growing inability to find the endzone. Smith went for 31-of-45 for 386 yards with no touchdowns in the face of a fierce Bengals pass rush, while settling for seven field goals. "At times, we handled it well," said Smith, via ESPN. "Had a good plan for it. Certainly they made their plays against...
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Kansas City Chiefs: 8 takeaways from loss vs. Bengals

The Kansas City Chiefs (1-3) continued to struggle Sunday afternoon, as they fell to the Cincinnati Bengals (4-0) by a final score of 21-36. While the Chiefs moved the ball well on offense, they failed to find the end zone as they instead settled for seven field goals, ultimately unable to match the Bengal’s offensive output. The Chiefs are now riding a three game losing streak...
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Chiefs' QB Alex Smith under fire in more ways than one

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Alex Smith is feeling plenty of heat these days. The Chiefs quarterback has been sacked 13 times through three games, putting him on pace for 69 this season. That would be the third-most in NFL history, behind the 76 times that Houston's David Carr went down in 2002, and Randall Cunningham's 72 sacks in 1986. Neither of their teams, incidentally, made the playoffs...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Chiefs throw first touchdown to WR since 2013

It had been over 18 games since the Kansas City Chiefs had done something that we take for granted when watching football. On December 29, 2013, the Chiefs completed a passing touchdown to a wide receiver. Fast forward to Monday night in Green Bay, where the Packers hosted the Chiefs. And for the first time since 2013, the Chiefs completed a touchdown pass to a wide receiver, as...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Green Bay Packers LB Clay Mathews Tries To Act Innocent After Lat Hit On Alex Smith

Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Mathews is a beast. When he is on the field he is going to do whatever it takes to make sure his presence his felt. However, sometimes he may try a little too hard to make sure that happens and do something he shouldn't--like hit someone late.During the second half of Monday night's game against the Chiefs he knew he hit Alex Smith late on one play...
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WATCH: Green Bay Packers Defenders Miss Alex Smith And Whack Each Other

During the fourth quarter of Monday night's game Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs finally started generating some offense. As much damage as the Green Bay defense did on the Chiefs offense the first three quarters it was about time Kansas City started fighting back a little. It was too little too late, but at least it made the rest of the game a little more interesting to watch...
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Lawrence Tynes mocks Alex Smith as ‘check down master’

    The Kansas City Chiefs put on nothing short of a pitiful performance on national TV against the Green Bay Packers, opening them up criticism from all angles. One of the harshest — and funniest — sources of criticism came from former NFL kicker Lawrence Tynes, who played for the Chiefs from 2004-2006. Tynes unloaded on KC quarterback Alex Smith, calling him a “check...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN’s SportsCenter trolls the Chiefs and Jeremy Maclin on Twitter

Jeremy Maclin has been one of the more dynamic receivers in the NFL for a few years, but through two-plus quarters of play on Monday Night Football against the Green Bay Packers, he was an invisible man. ESPN’s SportsCenter Twitter account made a funny, highlighting this very fact. Photographic evidence that Jeremy Maclin is still on the Chiefs. ...
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14 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...
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August 18, 2015  |  Discuss

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