Alex Smith

#11 QB / Kansas City Chiefs / EXP: 11YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 217 lb Age: 31 College: Utah Bye 9

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    Chiefs' Alex Smith: No touchdowns in blowout win

    Smith completed 20 of 25 passes for 253 yards without and touchdowns in Sunday's 33-3 win at San Diego. He also ran seven times for 33 yards. Smith has thrown for multiple touchdowns in a game just twice this year, although he's adding value as a runner, with 268 rushing yards and one touchdown. Despite the solid stats on the ground, Smith should conceivably have better passing stats with the likes of Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce on the roster. It did appear as though Smith hooked up with Kelce on a touchdown pass right before halftime, but the ruling on the field of a score was reversed via replay. The veteran QB does have a favorable schedule the rest of the way, with next week's opponent, Buffalo, probably serving as the stiffest test. However, the Bills haven't defended the pass that well this season, so the matchup isn't as scary as in years past.

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    Chiefs' Alex Smith: Efficient game in upset win

    Smith completed 17-of-31 passes for 204 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 29-13 win at Denver. He also had six rushes for 33 yards. Smith struggled in the first meeting against Denver in Week 2, and it was looking like another poor fantasy outing, until he threw an 80-yard touchdown to Charcandrick West early in the fourth quarter. He once again had a tough time finishing drives, as Cairo Santos kicked five field goals. The schedule does open up for Smith over the final seven games of the season, facing a string of soft passes defenses, including a juicy matchup with Baltimore in Week 15. Next up for the Chiefs will be the Chargers in San Diego.

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    Chiefs' Alex Smith: Three touchdowns in win over Lions

    Smith completed 18-of-26 passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Lions in London, and he also rushed five times for a career-high 78 yards and another score. The Chiefs absolutely dominated the Lions, as Smith connected with six different receivers, throwing his touchdowns to tight end Travis Kelce and wideout Jeremy Maclin. Smith has had an issue this season of not throwing into the end zone, but he threw a beautiful 17-yard strike to Maclin in the fourth quarter to put the Chiefs up 38-3. Smith has plenty of weapons as his disposal, even without running back Jamaal Charles (torn ACL), though his hesitancy to throw will cap his fantasy upside. Up next is a Week 10 divisional matchup against the Broncos following a Week 9 bye.

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    Chiefs QB Alex Smith guides team to victory

    Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith completed 21 of 32 passes for 251 yards and one touchdown Sunday against the Steelers. He also rushed three times for five yards. Playing without top wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, who was held out for one more game after recently recovering from a concussion, Smith connected with seven different receivers, throwing his lone touchdown to Chris Conley. Up next is a Week 8 home game against the Lions.

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    Chiefs QB Alex Smith tosses just one touchdown Sunday

    Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith completed 22 of 37 passes for 282 yards and a touchdown in a Week 6 loss to the Vikings. He added 10 yards on the ground on two carries. Smith was solid but unspectacular. Though he made some throws downfield, the coaches refrained from opening the offense too much despite trailing through the game. A conservative approach and the absence of a top weapon in premier back Jamaal Charles should keep Smith out of Fantasy lineups.

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    Chiefs QB Alex Smith has big yardage totals in Week 4 loss to Bengals

    Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith completed 31 of 45 passes for 386 yards in Sunday's game against the Bengals. He also rushed five times for 25 yards in the 36-21 defeat. The veteran posted his highest yardage output of the season, but he could not cash in with a touchdown, as the Chiefs were limited to seven field goals in the game. Smith has put together some respectable stat lines this season, with an improved group of skill players around him, and he is currently on pace to shatter his career-high in passing yards. Week 3 will pit Smith against a Bears team that has already allowed 10 passing touchdowns this season.

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    Chiefs QB Alex Smith throws for 290 Yards in Monday's loss

    Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith completed 24 of 40 passes for 290 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Monday night's loss to the Packers. Smith also rushed six times for 33 yards. The veteran's 290 passing yards marked a season high, but mostly came after the Chiefs fell behind early, thus resulting in an uncharacteristic 40 throwing attempts. While Smith also made a poor decision on his interception, he'll be relieved by having finally thrown a touchdown pass to a wide receiver, as new addition Jeremy Maclin found pay dirt Monday and displayed a solid understanding with Smith throughout the game.

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    Chiefs QB Alex Smith throws two interceptions in loss

    Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith completed 16 of 25 passes for 191 yards, with no touchdowns and two interceptions in Thursday's 31-24 loss to the Broncos. Smith took a beating from the Denver pass rush, but he was also responsible for a number of mistakes. The Chiefs were either leading or tied until the final 30 seconds, which contributed to a 29:25 run:pass ratio. Smith did pitch in 15 yards on three carries, but it wasn't nearly enough to save his night. He'll draw a more favorable matchup next time out, facing the Packers at Lambeau Field on Monday Night Football.

  • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

    Chiefs QB Alex Smith throws three TD passes in win over Texans

    Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith enjoyed a fine season opener against the Texans on Sunday. Smith threw three touchdowns and completed 22 of 33 pass attempts for 243 yards in the 27-20 victory. Smith connected with Travis Kelce for two touchdowns in the first quarter, one for 13 yards and another for 83 yards. In the second quarter, Smith found Jamaal Charles for a seven-yard score. Smith and the Chiefs host the Broncos in Game 2 action on Thursday.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Chiefs' Jeremy Maclin says he's off to a 'great start' with Alex Smith

    With Jeremy Maclin in the fold, the Chiefs could take more shots down the field in 2015 after totaling only 27 deep passes in 2014, which was last in the NFL. While Maclin won't hint at the Chiefs' game plan, he is pleased with the rapport he is building with quarterback Alex Smith. "I think me and Alex are off to a great start," Maclin told "I think our comfort level with each other is pretty high. It kind of feels like this is not our first rodeo. I think we've hooked up a lot in practice on timing, on plays where he is just kind of throwing the ball and trusting me to make the play and stuff like that. I think we want to continue to get better, but I think we're off to a great, great start."

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